Integrated Data Network Headlines

  • ANA Acquires Data & Marketing Association to Help Marketers Adapt to a Data-First World

    One of the ad industry's best-known trade associations is merging with another: Today, the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) announced their acquisition of the Data & Marketing Association (DMA, previously known as the Direct Marketing Association). As a part of ANA, DMA will operate as its own division within the company and will be led...

    @adweek
  • Apple’s new Data and Privacy page offers data access to European users

    As promised in March, Apple today unveiled a new Data and Privacy section of its website to comply with Europe’s GDPR privacy regulations. The page enables some European users to automatically request downloads of personal data Apple has previously collected, and to temporarily deactivate their Apple accounts. Apple says that it will roll out the same […]

    VentureBeat
  • Here's how to get your data from Apple

    Want to know every song you've ever purchased on iTunes? It will take a few weeks, but here's how to get your data from Apple.

    CNET
  • Why Women Should Network With Each Other at Cannes

    On the eve of Cannes Lions 2018, I invite us all to consider a different M.O. at the festival this year. Not an "or," but an "and." Celebrate, yes. Ros?, yes. Breathe, yes. Embrace those who have been in the trenches with you, yes. Take a spin on Ron Perlman's yacht (if you can), yes....

    @adweek
  • Are your networks 100% secure?

    Business disruption, downtime, technical failure, and data loss are all real risk factors – how secure are your networks?

    @mybroadband
  • Successful Networking Is All About Having the Right Energy

    Carrying the right energy is what makes your connections work.

    Entrepreneur
  • Know Your Customers and Protect Their Data

    Concerns about data privacy have certainly escalated following the news of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica's misuse, but despite the lively and well-deserved public debate, customer-facing businesses can still provide a rich experience where personalization and privacy are in harmony. Facebook, recent corporate data hacks and new data privacy regulations such as General Data Protection Regulation...

    @adweek
  • Fetching Data in Your React Application

    React is arguably the most popular library for building interactive web applications. However, React is not a full-fledged web framework. It focuses on the view part of the venerable MVC model.  There is a whole React ecosystem that addresses other aspects. In this tutorial, you'll learn about one of the most basic elements of any web application—how to fetch data to display. This is not trivial. There are several places in the React component hierarchy where you can fetch data. When to fetch...

    Code Envato Tuts+
  • Microsoft's underwater data centre

    Microsoft sinks a data centre in the sea off Orkney to see whether it can boost energy efficiency.

    www.bbc.co.uk
  • Superdrug is launching a mobile network

    Superdrug attempts to tie more users into its loyalty programme with Three

    www.techradar.com
  • YAHOO! DATA BREACH TIMELINE

    During the second half of 2016, Yahoo! reported two major data breaches perpetrated by hackers.

    Mail Online
  • Food Network Winner From Cleveland!

    Salt+ 17625 Detroit Ave. Lakewood, OH 44107 http://www.saltcleveland.com/

    fox8.com
  • GDPR: What the data companies are offering

    EU's General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect today. Here's what some of the specialty and Hadoop platform vendors are offering to help their customers be compliant and stay that way.

    ZDNet
  • watchOS 5: How to clear Website Data

    One smaller change Apple is making in watchOS 5 is adding a variation of WebKit in the operating system. For now, it’s limited to Messages and Mail. This allows you to lightly access the internet from Apple Watch, however Apple will aggressively try to use reader mode whenever possible, among other limitations. more…

    9to5Mac
  • Indoor positioning using a wireless network

    Scientists from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania, have developed an innovative method for indoor positioning of people and things using wireless network. It localises a human being or an object within an accuracy of one meter, it works in any Wi-Fi-equipped device, and has multiple commercial applications.

    phys.org
  • Calls for kids' data protection in Aust

    Australia will inevitably need to follow other countries legislating against the collection of data about children from the internet, a data privacy...

    Mail Online
  • Innovo Networks – Transforming SMEs through ICT

    Innovo Networks takes SMEs to the next level through the use of the latest communications technology.

    @mybroadband
  • This Social Media Network Is Changing The Game

    Check out the platform for free speech advocates.

    www.infowars.com