SETI #12: Women who inspire, Design, Schrems II


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Posted by Jennifer McCormack on November 12, 2020

SETI #12: Women who inspire, Design, Schrems II

In our last SETI, Desigual virtual store, Apple apology and daily productivity hacks. Our twelfth SETI includes OneTrust Trust week, What does Schrems II mean for your data and why great design is timeless.

  1. Technology: Microsoft announces the launch of .Net 5.0

Yesterday Microsoft launched .Net 5.0. It’s a major release — including C# 9 and F# 5 — with a broad set of new features and compelling improvements. It’s already in active use by teams at Microsoft and other companies, in production and for performance testing.

  1. Cookies: Are Irish companies compliant?

With the 6 October deadline just days away for 'cookie' GDPR compliance, a survey carried out by Dmac Media has revealed that 87% of Irish businesses are not aware of the looming cut-off date.

  1. Covid19: Re-Open EU interactive traveling map

This tool provides an overview of the health situation in European countries, based on data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The information is updated frequently and available in 24 languages.

  1. Events: OneTrust Trust week

TrustWeek is officially in over, but here you can find the highlights of the main conference days, sessions, materials and other best takeaways.

  1. Schrems II: What does it mean for your data?

In July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) declared that the EU-US Privacy Shield was no longer valid as a lawful personal data transfer mechanism in the case of Data Protection Commissioner vs. Facebook Ireland Limited and Maximilian Schrems (Schrems II).

  1. Podcast: Women who inspire

Listen to this podcast to hear the stories of many inspirational women from all around the Globe, working in different industries.

  1. Design: Why great design is timeless

The design language is the very DNA of a product and thus defines the brand and its identity. Learn how Apple’s great product design makes it timeless.

  1. UX: How to create accessible images

This article reviews the different types of images, dives into some real-world examples of inaccessible public service announcements (PSAs) and discusses which elements matter most when critical messages need to reach everyone.

  1. Data: A short history of data storage

From punch cards to holograms – this article looks at some of the technologies that shaped modern data storage, as well as where we could go from here.

  1. eCommerce: 200 Irish retailers for Christmas shopping

Irish Times compiled together two hundred Irish retailers for all your online Christmas shopping - from beauty and books to toys and tech, there’s a huge selection of homegrown companies to choose from. Support local this Christmas!

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About the Author

Jennifer McCormack
Jennifer McCormack

Jennie is a Marketing Executive at Arekibo. She has an interest in social media, creating engaging content and keeping up to date on the latest technology.