Enlaces semana 17 de octubre 2016

Publicado por en blockchain, Enlaces, Macrodatos, Seguridad, seguros

EnlacesUna semana más dejo aquí reseña de los enlaces compartidos.

Semana que ha estado claramente condicionada por el ataque DDoS que afectó a gran número de páginas web muy relevantes y del que me hago eco en el último enlace compartido.

A Powerful Insight Into Why Long Form Content Will Boost Your Conversions

Long form content typically performs better, be it on social media sites or increasing your Google rankings. However, make sure you don’t just ramble on in order to increase the word count of your article. Instead, try and provide some solutions to your readers through your content so that they eagerly wait for the next one!

How to win in the game of odds in the next fintech frontier — insurance

While the insurance industry is preoccupied with making the widget more efficient, startups are talking to customers and changing the basic structure of insurance.

Do ISIS Fighters Drink Coca-Cola Or Pepsi? And Why It Matters

Alto Data Analytics research, using Alto Analyzer and proprietary technology, has revealed ISIS’s ability to create effective digital media strategies for a clear, very segmented target audience with consistent branding, as well as how to connect with audiences using the most relevant messages and visuals on the digital media channels with the most value.

Look out for the ugly data monster coming over a hill near you soon

Data has been referred to as the new oil. Hans asked if it could be the next asbestos. There is an ugly data monster coming over the hills of Europe in 2018. The GDPR will fundamentally increase the risk of litigation and fines to any company that handles personal data.

European Insurance Firms Launch New Blockchain Consortium

Five major European insurance and reinsurance companies (Allianz, Aegon, Munich Re, Swiss Re and Zurich) have partnered on a new blockchain initiative, seeking a potential new path for delivering faster and secure client services.

La red distribuida ya no es invulnerable

Hacía mucho tiempo que no compartía un enlace a un texto de Enrique Dans. Creo que esta reflexión al hilo del ataque DDoS masivo que vivimos el viernes 21 de octubre y que yendo a por un proveedor crítico de DNS dejó inaccesibles durante horas muchas webs de todo el mundo, esta entre ellas, merece la pena para entender la realidad del mundo digital en el que vivimos:

Vendemos dispositivos fabricados por compañías completamente irresponsables, y los ponemos en manos de millones de personas suficientemente ignorantes como para asumir la responsabilidad de protegerlos.