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Why Should Banks Have All The Fun?

In this day and age of sophisticated technology and rapid economic growth, India still has a largely unbanked and underserved population by the country’s financial institutions. 447 kata lagi

Borrower

Never Use Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Networks

July 22, 2015

Why You Should Never Use Peer-to-Peer

For those of you who don’t already know, peer-to-peer file sharing is a big deal, not only for “legitimate” purposes (i.e., trading of non-contraband files), but also for more nefarious purposes such as trading in illicit images and videos. 1.520 kata lagi

Digital Forensics

Self-regulation benefits

That sort of trust, in sharing economy participants and the intermediary itself, is paramount. Recent PwC research suggested those who participated in the sharing economy were more interested in a service regulated by their peers – effectively determining the reputation of those who transact in this economy – rather than by government. 312 kata lagi

Peer-to-peer

Air Traffic Control, iTunes and the IoT: Curation Resolves Chaos

There’s no doubt that the Internet of Things (IoT) is here and growing at a staggering rate. Millions of devices, structures and moving machines, existing and new, are being fitted with sensors that provide information used in their operation. 1.069 kata lagi

Voices

Not firms but commons and market networks

Many people see peer-to-peer platforms as game changers in the world of work with the potential of reinventing the economy and giving individuals the power of the corporation. 1.247 kata lagi

Digital Work