Global Encryption Software Market revenue (US$ Mn/Bn) estimation and projection during 2017-2026

MarketResearch.biz, in its upcoming report “Global Encryption Software Market Forecast 2026” covers detailed analysis on Encryption Software market trends, Market Drivers, Encryption Software market opportunities and other necessary details on global market. Besides, Encryption Software market research report covers threats, Encryption Software market share, size, revenue as well as Encryption Software market growth till the forecast year 2026. The global Encryption Software industry report has been segmented on the basis of application, deployment, industry type, and region.

Encryption is a method which is used to convert plain text into a cipher format at the time of transmission. This method uses mathematical algorithms for conversion of information into an unreadable format which can be retrieved using a secret code only. The strength of an encryption code is calculated by its length which is determined by the number of encryption bits used. The primary goal of encryption software is to encrypt and decrypt data. Encryption software provides safety to confidential information stored in files and folders and data transmitted over networks as per security requirements of organization.

The global Encryption Software market was valued at US$ XX billion in the current year, and which is expected to reach US$ XX billion till 2026. That means global Encryption Software market is growing at CAGR of XX%. GLobal Encryption Software market report includes the regional analysis which has been detailed in Encryption Software market report: In 2017 North America Encryption Software market is valued at US$ XX billion.

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Global Encryption Software Market: Segmentation:-

Based on application, the global Encryption Software market is mainly classified as: Disk encryption, File/folder encryption, Database encryption, Communication encryption, Cloud encryption

Based on deployment, worldwide Encryption Software market is mainly classified as: Cloud, On-Premise

Based on industry type, the global Encryption Software market is mainly classified as: Banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), Healthcare, Government & public sector, Telecom & retail, Aerospace & defense, Others

On the basis of region, the global Encryption Software market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa.

Global Encryption Software Market: Regional Analysis

The global Encryption Software market is spread across the globe including North America Encryption Software Market, Europe Encryption Software Market, Asia-Pacific Encryption Software Market, Latin America Encryption Software Market and the Middle East as well as Africa Encryption Software Market. Use of advanced technology is driving the global Encryption Software market in North America.

Global Encryption Software Market: Competitive Players

The global Encryption Software market is witnessing a cutthroat competition. Local as well as global Encryption Software market players make the competition aggressive and ruthless. Key players in the global Encryption Software market are Microsoft, Sophos Ltd., Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., Trend Micro Inc., Symantec Corporation, IBM Corporation, SAS Institute Inc., Intel Security Group (McAfee), EMC Corporation, WinMagic Inc.

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Twitter Decided To Drop Default Egg So As To Crack The Perfect Profile Picture

Twitter Decided To Drop Default Egg So As To Crack The Perfect Profile PictureTwitter has finally decided to crack down the default egg picture on the various accounts trying to scam people. The default profile picture which was introduced in 2010 in order to illustrate that the new user was about to “hatch” has become visual shorthand for trolls, bots and fury. The default egg picture is now replaced with temporary shadowy head and shoulders. You would now be able to imagine that it’s an actual human being behind terrifying conspiracy theories about fluoride, rather than your breakfast.

The design team on Twitter says that they have made these changes to encourage users so that they can upload their actual photos and express themselves more freely and independently. So now saying goodbye to Twitter egg and hello to decapitated oblong head! There were many reasons so as to why twitter decided to drop the egg. Among them, the main reason was to encourage the creation of accounts specifically used only to tweet at other users.

The design team had noticed the behaviour with the accounts that are created only to harass other, often they don’t take the time to personalise their accounts. “This has developed the connection between the default egg profile photo and negative behaviour, which isn’t fair to people who are still new to Twitter and haven’t yet personalised their profile photo.”

The motive behind this was to keep it simple, said Olly Osborne, head of social media for Vice in Europe. “It should be close enough to work on mobile, and avoid other people just focus on yourself, otherwise it’s too busy.” “Forward-facing eye contact will catch the attention of the person who is scrolling.” There are certain groups of people who know about the internet than people whose job it is to know about the internet – they are the teenagers.


In Search Of Revenue, WhatsApp Tests Business Chat Tools

In Search Of Revenue, WhatsApp Tests Business Chat ToolsAccording to communications about the project seen by Reuters, Facebook-owned messaging service, WhatsApp, that is used by more than 1 billion people worldwide, is testing a system that would let businesses talk directly to WhatsApp users for the first time. The tests, which are being conducted with a handful of companies that are part of the Y Combinator startup incubator, are an important signal of how WhatsApp decides to make money from its massively popular service.

WhatsApp has not developed a business model in the three years since Facebook Inc bought it for a hefty US$19 billion. WhatsApp, a play on the phrase “What’s up?”, has helped to upend mobile services by allowing users to call or text family and friends for free, without text message charges. It competes with similar services such as WeChat, a unit of China’s Tencent Holdings Ltd. One potential revenue source is to charge businesses that want to contact customers on WhatsApp.

But the company is working carefully to deal and avoid problems with spam messages, the documents show. According to the documents, WhatsApp is also assessing users about the extent to which they talk to businesses on WhatsApp, and whether they have ever received spam. WhatsApp last year announced its plan to develop the system, known as an application programming interface(API), citing examples such as a user talking to a bank about a fraudulent transaction or to an airline about a delayed flight.

Previous month WhatsApp struck a deal with Y Combinator, which provides training and advice to startups that show potential, to have a small number of companies take part in an early trial, according to messages and emails posted on a Y Combinator forum. Admission to Y Combinator, founded in 2005, is very competitive, and past participants include such companies as Dropbox and Airbnb.

Y Combinator President Sam Altman said in an email he was unaware of the WhatsApp test but added: “We do generally see a lot of companies wanting to test their products with YC cos.” Umer Ilyas, co-founder of Cowlar Inc, one of the startups involved said a trial is still in the early stages. The system is highly anticipated in remote places where WhatsApp is especially popular, he said. Cowlar makes collars for dairy cows, collecting data on their activity and recommending changes to improve milk yield.


Facebook Is Testing A Reactions Feature In Messenger Including A Dislike Button

Facebook Is Testing A Reactions Feature In Messenger Including A Dislike ButtonAfter the release of iOS 10 last fall, Apple introduced a host of changes to the Messages app, including a new reactions feature. This feature allows users to long-press on an iMessage and adds a reaction like a thumbs-up or a thumbs-down to it. When Facebook rolled out a wider selection of reaction buttons a year ago, there was one button conspicuously missing: a dislike button. Facebook is now testing out a thumbs down reaction, not for posts but for Facebook Messenger. 

The company is testing new reactions feature in Messenger, which would allow users to add reaction emojis next to text in conversations. Users would do this by clicking on a button next to the text, which would bring up a series of reactions. What’s different about the reactions available in Messenger compared to the Newsfeed, however, is the inclusion of a Dislike button. The feature also includes a reaction counter, which would list the number of reactions on any given line.

Facebook interpreted that in Messenger, it sees the Dislike button as more of a way to say “No” to something. It said, “We’re always testing ways to make Messenger more fun and engaging. This is a very small test where we allow people to share an emoji that best represents their feelings on a message.”

While a Dislike button has been frequently requested by users, Facebook had resisted creating one, opting instead to create the wider range of reactions. According to the information available, Facebook is treating the thumbs down as “more a ‘no’ button”, and that the test is to see if the “reactions are helpful for quick voting and logistics.”

The feature doesn’t appear to all users, but the company has conducted tests on small groups of users before rolling it out to the larger population. Messenger reactions are incredibly similar to what’s available in iMessage right now. For a full rundown of everything that was introduced to Messages in iOS, read our full breakdown here.