For all the opportunities IT developments bring when it comes to storing or transferring sensitive data internationally, they naturally bring challenges, too. We’ve rounded up a few of the fears international IT managers are facing at the moment.Continue reading →
The great firewall of China is no secret. Our experts have been blogging about it and providing data sharing solutions for years, but some people are still struggling to complete online business or use the internet for private use while in the People’s Republic.Continue reading →
The complications of file sharing with China are commonly known and solutions like our FTP-Stream China are an effective way of circumnavigating this. But, as the largest developing nation and the second largest economy in the world, China has a constantly developing tech industry and has legislation updates on a regular basis, so what does the future hold for file sharing with China?Continue reading →
From Dropbox to Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive to Yunio, a number of file sharing applications are blocked by the People’s Republic of China. So, how can your company complete business deals and trade successfully with customers and suppliers from the region? Enlisting the services of a local data partner, like Maytech, may be the answer to your Great Firewall of China woes.Continue reading →
Sharing files in China is problematic. Businesses of all shapes and sizes find it tough to send important data to and from Chinese locations.
Here are five reasons why:
When Microsoft completed its acquisition of the Nokia Devices and Services business in April of this year neither party was legally allowed to discuss details about the deal in public leaving experts and commentators to speculate about how things would change.
What is known is that Nokia devices Lumia, Asha and X series would all now fall under Microsoft's umbrella with design teams, supply chain, accessories, employees, developer relations and most ofNokia's manufacturing plants and testing facilities coming over as well.
In addition, as the largest producer of smartphones and one of the last nations to approve the deal, the Chinese government revealed 310 patents Microsoft could use to extract licensing revenue from Android device makers.Continue reading →