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Automate Security Compliance in Private and Public Clouds.

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Along with the performance, privacy and security are the critical challenges progressively overcome within the cloud computing industry. Turn-key solution for automating, DISA and NIST approved technical controls across private and public cloud virtual machines, gain in maturity. 
The flexibility to run your applications on a private or public cloud is henceforth indispensable when it comes to streamline your IT experience. So Connectikpeople.co salutes the integration of Cloud Raxak Protect automated security with HP’sCloud Service Automation.
Meaning that, henceforth, IT organizations and application development teams can secure and ensure compliance of their compute infrastructures, starting with their environment provisioning process and through the lifecycle, for both public and private clouds.

Download your past searches and delete your searches and browsing activity: stakes, process,realities and recommendations.

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Connectikpeople.co salutes the new momentum from Google Search when it comes to privacy. Henceforth you can download all of your saved search history and get access to your data when and where you want and delete your searches and browsing activity. The process is quite simple and effective. For those who unfamiliar, Connectikpeople.co recalls that your history aims to make your Google experience better. It can help you find what you're looking for faster and can give you quick access to pages you've visited before.When it comes to Security tips, never download your past searches on public computers and protect your account and sensitive data with 2-Step Verification, which helps keep others out of your account even if they have your password.

Allow organizations to easily collaborate on security incidents.

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In our digital age where data is the most critical asset, where data, tools and expertise are widely shared ,foster collaboration is henceforth necessary to counter the rapidly rising and sophisticated threats that companies are facing from cybercriminals and sophisticated attacks.
Connectikpeople.co salutes the launching of IBM X-Force Exchange, a new cyber threat intelligence sharing platform that can provide access to volumes of actionable IBM and third-party threat data from across the globe.
With this cloud-based platform, organizations can inter alia: easily collaborate on security incidents, as well as benefit from the ongoing contributions of IBM experts and community members.

In-store data in our data-driven age

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Analytics for Any Retail Professional is henceforth an indispensable way when it comes to:Actionable in-store data Drive more traffic to your storeGenerate higher shopper engagement Build customer loyalty Increase comparable store salesReduce theft and fraud Connectikpeople.co talks about the most comprehensive set of critical insights around customer shopping behaviors and store performance. The ability to collect, analyze, and visualize in-store data. The deep insights available and predictable to make data-driven decisions and implement strategies that generate further growth. 
For the informational purpose only, Connectikpeople.co recalls that RetailNext paves it way in this vertical.

Wearable Camera in our mobile age.

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It is clear that, we are still at the early stage when it comes to wearable Camera in terms of adoption, maturation, market, applications and security. But progressively, it will be more and more moving to observe how the smartphone has revolutionized the way cameras are used.
Henceforth, the camera is highly portable and convenient. It provides the ability to easily capture, edit, share and upload pictures and video content is unprecedented. According to a new report from Tractica, the wearable camera shipments will increase from 5.6 million in 2014 to 30.6 million units annually by 2020. 
Beyond aggressive offers from China, GoPro still drive momentum in Sports Applications, while the public safety sector is experiencing growth in the adoption of body-worn cameras for police officers provided by companies like Taser, Vievu, and Digital Ally.