Mobile Apps

How VA mobile apps protect your private information – VAntage Point Blog

There are many health and wellness apps to choose from. When deciding, you should always consider how they use and protect your personal information. VA-developed apps use evidence-based content to improve Veterans’ health. They also expand access to care beyond the traditional office visit. Just as importantly, they are built with the highest security standards to keep your information safe. …

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International: Privacy implications of Coronavirus tracking mobile apps – Lexology

The World Health Organisation declared, on 11 March 2020, COVID-19 (‘Coronavirus’) a pandemic. In light of the rapidly evolving situation, contact tracing has been prioritised by many countries as a fundamental part of outbreak control, along with self-isolation and lockdown measures to minimise the exposure of individuals to risks. Governments, as well as technology companies, have been trying to digitise …

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Cloud Computing Model: Making Mobile App Development Less Complicated – South Florida Reporter

Before Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), there was Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). And before SaaS, mobile app development around the world relied on On-Premise resources for their mobile app development needs. On-Premise, the resources needed to build mobile apps were housed in the same buildings as the individuals in the IT teams which proved difficult due to space constraints, financial constraints, and licensing constraints – …

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COVID-19, mobile apps that preserve privacy. And the winner is …. – Elemental

Anyone can publish on Medium per our Policies, but we don’t fact-check every story. For more info about the coronavirus, see cdc.gov. Abdelkrim Apr 19 · 6 min read The World struggles and needs to choose between data privacy and the interruption of new chains of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19, Coronavirus) transmission. Here is a summary of the best mobile apps preserving …

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Facebook to Introduce an App for Gaming – The New York Times

Facebook plans to introduce the Facebook Gaming mobile app on Monday, the social network said, in its most decisive move into the video game business as people seek entertainment during the pandemic. The free app caps several years of investment at Facebook, which said more than 700 million of its 2.5 billion monthly users already engaged with gaming content. The …

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How to survive and utilise the lockdown period using mobile apps? – Elemental

Anyone can publish on Medium per our Policies, but we don’t fact-check every story. For more info about the coronavirus, see cdc.gov. ITSpectrum Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Apr 17 · 3 min read The government of India is motivating people through social mediaplatforms in order to stay at home and suggesting different ways toutilize their time by creating new habits and …

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EU wants voluntary, privacy-based virus-tracking mobile apps – iTnews

Mobile apps used by EU countries to help contain the spread of the coronavirus should comply with the bloc’s privacy rules and seek people’s consent to use personal data, but exclude location data, the European Commission said on Thursday. The EU executive’s recommendations are part of a unified European approach for using technology to combat COVID-19 and come after several …

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