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Sunsetting SHA-1 for SSL certificates

Starting this week, KidoZen is using SHA-2 for SSL traffic. This is part of a global effort to deprecate the use of SHA-1 encryption algorithm which may have mathematical weaknesses. Collision attacks against SHA-1 are too affordable to consider it safe now. Companies like Microsoft and Google developed an agenda to stop trusting SHA-1 certficates […]
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KidoZen Connects your Mobile Apps to SAP HANA

In recent years, SAP HANA has become one of the most important technologies in the new big data and real time data processing ecosystem. In a nutshell, SAP HANA provides an in-memory, real time and transactional capabilities to data processing solutions. From the functionality standpoint, SAP HANA enables capabilities such as predictive text analytics, spatial […]
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Scaling Enterprise Software Companies is Harder than Ever

There is a common misconception within the startup community that building companies is easier than ever. Part of the argument is the amazingly cheap costs of infrastructure available with cloud infrastructures such as AWS or Google Cloud, the relatively easy access to early stage capital as well as the free distribution and commercialization channels available […]
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Announcing KidoZen Mobile Data Virtualization and Mobile Data Management Platforms

At KidoZen, we are committed to focus on providing solutions for some of the hardest problems in enterprise mobility. Today, we’ve achieved another major milestone by announcing the general availability of our mobile data virtualization and mobile data management platforms. Accessing and securing business data from mobile applications is, without a doubt, the number one […]
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The DNA of a Mobile-First Middleware

A few blog posts ago ;), we talked about the evolution of enterprise integration and the emergence of the mobile-first middleware. That blog post triggered a series of interesting debates so we decided it was worth continuing the dialog and start by going one level deeper and explains some of the conceptual components of a […]
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