Technical Notes of Ehi Kioya

Technical Notes of Ehi Kioya

Cloud Storage and Digital Content – an Uncertain Future for Providers and Consumers

Cloud Storage and Digital Content – an Uncertain Future for Providers and Consumers

A double revolution is happening to digital content. First, the companies that sell most of the content we consume are suddenly being forced to compete with most of the cloud companies that store and stream that content for them. Second, so much content is streamed or stored in the cloud that consumers no longer actually own or possess any of the content they pay for. This article examines these fundamental changes to content distribution and ownership.

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How OAuth Can Make Your Web App Safer and More Useful

How OAuth Can Make Your Web App Safer and More Useful

Building web apps that require logins are difficult when you aren’t familiar with standard security procedures. You can help secure your applications and avoid the security for usernames and passwords by implementing OAuth logins in your web development projects. OAuth lets you create a “Log in with Facebook” button on your website, and it makes login authorization much simpler for new website coders.

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5 Reasons To Use Infographics for Marketing

5 Reasons To Use Infographics for Marketing

Infographics are being used by a wide variety of businesses for marketing and advertising. They can be used in creative ways to inform and entertain potential customers. This article explains five reasons why you should be using infographics for marketing.

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Is a 3D Printer Right for You?

Is a 3D Printer Right for You?

It was not long ago that 3D printers were unaffordable for all but the largest businesses and universities, but things have changed dramatically. As prices come down and technology improves, ordinary people are starting to look at this innovative technology. This article helps you decide if a 3D printer is right for you.

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