STEVE: So to no one’s surprise, this week we’re going to take a deep technical dive into what exactly it is that Apple and Google have combined their intelligences to design. And then we’re going to take a full technical deep dive into the joint Apple/Google contact tracing system, to the level that our listeners have come to expect from this podcast. Companies that seek a Secure Data Room must be confidant that they can have a Secure Document Exchange within their company, as well as externally with other companies with which they do business. Ed Bifulk, president of the Merrill DataSite virtual data room business at Merrill. One of the ways companies can improve further on the efficiency of their business processes is ensuring that the flow of communication between teams and employees is always seamless and efficient whether in person or online. Not having enough cash to sustain a new business is one of the key reasons why businesses fail. Have you used one before? Data has been created with the help of GSA Content Generator DEMO!
And by the end of the podcast, everyone will understand exactly what Google and Apple have done, how the systems function in detail, and what it means. And then Steve will talk about Apple and Google’s plan to support quarantine and tracking using your iPhone and Android. The best virtual data rooms will also feature dynamic watermarking, making it impossible to distribute the file without appropriate crediting. “By making online localization easily approachable, Limpid Translations has opened China’s virtual gateway for navigation and integration by non natives. So I wanted, since that was Zoom Go Boom was last week’s topic, I wanted to sort of catch up on what’s been happening since. And I’m expecting that we’ll have some time for you and me, Leo, to talk about, sort of to put this into context in terms of abuse and bad news and so forth. And it wouldn’t do us any good to have it a year from now, which is what the government would provide. STEVE: And a progress report on SpinRite which is all good news. We’ve got some browser news. LEO: And that’s exactly what Rene and the team on Tuesday, you know, earlier today concluded is, look, you’ve got two of the best companies in the world doing this, that nothing’s going to be that surprising to them.
Another worrisome look, I heard you talking about Android, Leo, on MacBreak Weekly, and I couldn’t agree with you more. STEVE: Bottom line is these guys really nailed it as an underlying platform from which more can be built. Actually it looks like little Susie is in a wheelchair, so a little more vulnerable. In this picture we have two construction workers, one with a sledgehammer, that have just blasted, like pounded a hole in someone’s wall and interrupted the family meal. Companies in the life sciences industry only have a shelf-life if they can protect their Intellectual Property. It’s little wonder so many of these companies depend on VDRs to securely organize this data so that they’re on top of the process, regardless of how many deals they have in the pipeline. With the latest in customizable virtual data room (VDR) solutions from Epiq, you’ll have a highly secure turnkey solution that enables you to share privileged information beyond the firewalls with bidders, investors, counterparties and other restricted audiences.
But anyway, we’re going to have a great podcast for our listeners once again. LEO: I went to – so I’m not going to say what it is. I’m glad you’re going to talk about this because I also think it’s kind of clever. But we’ll talk about it. STEVE: So, but we’ve got a bunch of stuff to talk about. We’ve got an interesting and sad bit of miscellany, and I know you already know what it is. LEO: You’ve got a big hole. LEO: No, but also they own the platforms. LEO: He envisioned a DDoS attack using this. LEO: Right. We can do this. LEO: Well, I think you’re kind of sassy. The meeting ID has been moved from, well, removed from the title bar and placed into a drop-down panel for the sessions info icon, which is in the top left of the Zoom app. This behavior, which had presumably caused no trouble at all during Zoom’s first nine years of life, since its birth back in 2011, had suddenly become a significant liability as new Zoomers were sharing screen shots of their Zoom meetings on social media, without stopping to consider that their meeting ID was also being shared because the screenshot contained the title bar.