Description Google project that allows users to transfer data directly from one service to another, without the need to download them and then re-raise it again.
No doubt that with the use of technical and development benefits that have facilitated much of the affairs of our lives, it must be the price we pay for it, and things that must be sacrificed is the data that we share on the internet, which is becoming bought and sold. As you may become that data is so huge that led to the emergence of the new field is “big data”.
In the context of the data also, announced a range of technology companies yesterday, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft and twitter about the launch of a new initiative known as “project data transfer” Data Transfer Project, which is said to be designed as a new way to transfer data between platforms.
In a publication on her blog, described the Google project that allows users to transfer data directly from one service to another, without the need to download them and then re-raise it again.
And with that the transfer of the data currently available to allow the transfer of images, email contacts, and calendar data and tasks by APIs and the APIs provided by companies like Google, Microsoft and others, only “data transfer project” aims to develop a mechanism to take me with him on the fact of software traditional.
Launched the companies participating in the “project data transfer” source code for the project is now available on GitHub, and has developed code to allow making photos of Instagram easily work on Flickr and vice versa.
Because privacy is of utmost concern these days, confirms the organizers of the new project is open source, that data is encrypted during transport between platforms.
But the question remains is? You can trust the condition of technical assets on the statement?
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