At the beginning of this month, WSJ announced that third-party app developers can read the email of Gmail users. According to Google, we, users, have given […]
Last week we were scared twice: Google reads our emails and with Microsoft Office365, users can be monitored. I was surprised that apparently there are companies […]
Everyone collects data. Then why do many of us think it’s perfectly ok if Canonical collects data but are upset when Microsoft and Google do so? What is your opinion on usage data collection? What is acceptable and what is not?
Giants of the software industry like Microsoft have control over our data and use it to make money. As long as you trust a cloud provider with your data, your data privacy is not guaranteed. Therefore, you have to decide. Either you benefit from the insights provided by them and accept that your data is being stored and used by others. Or you stay in control of your data by self-hosting your software.
Last week, Kopano’s CEO Brian Joseph signed the open standards suppliers manifesto of the Standardization Forum at the ECP Annual Conference in The Hague, The […]
Today, Kopano published a whitepaper by open source specialist Dan Shearer and an interview with ICT lawyer Arnoud Engelfriet, on the impact of GDPR on the US and EU Cloud.
As we all know, communication-related data – especially in corporations – belongs to the most sensitive of all information groups. The newly surfaced KRACK attack brought […]