SurveyMonkey has listened to customer feedback and has launched its Enterprise product designed to allow businesses to collate data from multiple accounts, and will be opening an office in Sydney to provide ground support.
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Potential uses of the headwear include in road navigation, checking blood pressure or flipping through of slides in a presentation. Besides wireless communication, it will also include tactile feedback.
Indian government departments are turning to Google Hangout as a platform to gather public feedback, offering citizens three occasions to use the platform to query government officials about the economy and road safety.
The ioSafe Rugged Portable isn't the smallest, lightest, fastest or most affordable external hard drive, but it performs well enough and is extremely rugged. If you really need to protect your data on the road, look no further.
Facebook has outlined significant changes to its privacy (aka Data Use) policy and is asking its users for feedback. The company has also scheduled a live Q&A video for this coming Monday.
There's a new way of datacentre networking coming down the road: software-defined networking (SDN). Powered by the Open Flow protocol, the idea is that the control plane -- the intelligence that routes packets -- is separated from the data plane -- the mechanism that actually shunts packets from one port to another.
Country's telecom regulator seeks feedback from operators in view of expected rise in mobile phone rates and data usage.
Online feedback for Singapore's proposed data protection law closed last week, marking another step closer to the start of the country's data protection regime.Outlining enforcement rules and penalty for organizations, the proposed framework seeks to protect consumers' personal data through regulating the collection, use, disclosure, transfer and security of such data.
Facebook has agreed to sign a voluntary code of conduct in Germany to protect users' data. The social networking giant's problems in the European country may finally be on the road to resolution.
Students in the UK can use the data protection laws to receive often-withheld details of their exam results, the UK's data protection agency said today.
Like to have your favorite 100 GB of data accessible to you on the web? You can, with something called Pogoplug. While it has some rough edges, it is a handy addition to the road warriors toolkit.
A couple of months back, I wrote about how the federal government had begun a massive data center consolidation project on the road to seeking both green and operational efficiency. Well, looks like the feds have made progress already.
In my capacity as man with finger in more than one editorial pie (or freelance journalist I suppose), I have been getting some feedback from Windows 7 users that the data movement wizard Windows Easy Transfer is, when using Windows 7, actually sometimes a little difficult.This tool, which I understand has been around since Vista if not before, is said to allow the user to transfer personal files, e-mail, data, files, media and settings from an old computer to a new one.
A gaping security hole in cable modems distributed to Time Warner/Road Runner customers could potentially be exploited remotely to access private networks and possibly capture and manipulate private data.
We collect a lot of data on our students. State standardized tests, DIBELS, and RTI feedback from Lexia and Symphony software in particular all provide us with the opportunity to modify instruction based on specific student needs.
European researchers are working on a project named I-WAY, an acronym for 'Intelligent co-operative system in cars for road safety.' The goal of this project is to develop new automotive safety systems that will alert drivers to potential hazards by using data obtained from in-vehicle sensing systems, the road infrastructure and other road users. With this system, drivers will receive warnings and alerts for weather conditions, traffic jams or accidents, so that they could avoid crashes. The I-WAY project started in February 2006 and should be completed in January 2009 for a total cost of 4.59 million euro, with a EU funding of 2.6 million euro. But read more...
Here in the States, most of us are now teaching to some sort of standardized test. The original goal of these tests was to provide data and feedback to increase student achievement nationwide.
With PDC on the rapidly approaching horizon there is already talk of ‘how to prepare for the development road ahead’ – and discussion around ‘Oslo’, Microsoft’s “family” of technologies for data-driven development and execution of services finally seems to have started bubbling up after being announced way back in Oct 07. Even the partner expo section this year is modestly titled “Amazing Scenarios”, gosh!
It's getaway day and as we prepare to hit the road, trudge through airport security and snag that car rental, spare a thought for the valuable data that travels with you on that trusty old laptop.According to a recent study by the Ponemon Institute, more than 637,000 notebooks vanish each year in mid-to-large airports.
According to European researchers, modern buses could be used as mobile sensing platforms, sending out live information to be used to control traffic and detect road hazards. The 3.83 million euro EU-funded MORYNE project was completed in March 2008 with a test in Berlin, Germany. During this test, the researchers 'equipped city buses with environmental sensors and cameras, allowing the vehicles to become transmitters of measurements, warnings and live or recorded videos to anyone allowed to access the data.' But read more...
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)