It seems as though not a day goes by where we’re asked if AudioAcrobat can host webinars, and while we are not a full-fledged webinar hosting service there are several major players to choose from, as well as several up-and-coming startups that are entering the space. In today’s post we aim to share with you […]
Well… it was bound to happen sooner or later. The greatest internet privacy bug of all time, dubbed “Heartbleed” has sent the internet into an uproar regarding security, passwords and presumably safe (encrypted) information that could have possibly fallen into the hands of those who live by less than scrupulous ethical codes. It’s bad, folks. VERY bad.
We’ve already received several inquiries here at AudioAcrobat regarding our servers and how Heartbleed might affect AudioAcrobat. To be blunt, it doesn’t. Read on for helpful Q&A to put inquiring minds at ease.
In today’s post, we will dive deeper into the tweets of Riga, Latvia-based data visualization software, infogr.am (@infogram) and the Twitter accounts they have chosen to follow … a mirror, if you will, into the soul(-cial media) behind a software company helping non-designers to create professionally designed infographics and visualizations in minutes.