For this week’s tech recap, we look at: Google Drive Big Changes, New age security measures, Apple parental advisory measures, and data automation.

Google Drive Big ChangesGoogle Drive Big Changes: Google has remained innovative and as users, we have always been kept on our feet.

When it comes to technology, one thing you can count on is that nothing is going to stay the same. Technology answers all the demands of today’s constantly evolving fast-paced society.

One of the major factors of change in the industry is data and how it is being used today. As databases continue to grow, technology companies that provide solutions must be prepared to offer new answers to developing questions based on new technology.

For this week’s tech recap, we look at what you need to know about Google Drive changes and how they might affect how you store your data, Google’s new line of home security cameras, Apple parental advisory measures and data automation.

Google Drive Changes:

Big changes are coming to Google Drive, and they affect the way that you share, back up, and manage files from your computer.

If you use Google’s cloud file storage system, here’s everything you need to know about the most recent upgrades from security and shared files to Google Drive for Desktop.

Google’s New line of Home Security Cameras:

Are you considering beefing up your security? Google can help!

Google has announced a new line of home security cameras and a video doorbell under its ‘Nest’ brand.

The new models, which include an indoor-only camera, an indoor / outdoor camera, a floodlight, and the video doorbell, replace the older Nest IQ cameras and Nest Hello doorbell.

The main themes with the new devices are a unified design language and more accessible pricing — each model costs less than the camera it’s replacing, while adding more capabilities.

Learn more here the features and designs.

Apple Parental Advisory Measures:

Are you worried about the type of content your children are exposed to social media?

Apple later this year will roll out new tools that will warn children and parents if the child sends or receives sexually explicit photos through the Messages app. The feature is part of a handful of new technologies Apple is introducing that aim to limit the spread of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) across Apple’s platforms and services.

As part of these developments, Apple will be able to detect known CSAM images on its mobile devices, like iPhone and iPad, and in photos uploaded to iCloud, while still respecting consumer privacy.

The new Messages feature, meanwhile, is meant to enable parents to play a more active and informed role when it comes to helping their children learn to navigate online communication.

Read more here.

Robotic Data Automation

AI has certainly become the hallmark of digital transformation strategy.  According to research,
up to 73% of company data is unused for analytics and insights.

Businesses have also faced challenges because most predictive models only use historical data and not streaming (i.e., real-time) data.

Now, what is the solution for storing all this unused data?

Click here to find out.

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