The OmniIndex Connectors and Apps utilize our blended mix of advanced patented cryptography, established security protocols, and decentralized technology to upgrade your existing workflow. This is because customers can securely access the encrypted data stored in their OmniIndex Blockchains within their favourite tools and perform analytics on that data without decrypting it. Our OmniIndex connectors […]
OmniIndex’s Web3 Data Storage is provided by our Hybrid Blockchain. We chose this because of its security and privacy strengths, and our ability to fully integrate it into the leading productivity and collaboration tools. Definitions: Web3 is a new stack of technologies for the development of decentralized web applications that enable users to control their […]
Q: Let’s start with a broad and fairly obvious question! What does data security and privacy mean to you? Security means my privacy. My data, my choice. It also means responsibility, because any custodian of data has to ensure they keep the data in their care safe from anybody who should not have access to […]
OmniIndex CEO Simon Bain discusses the OmniIndex Blockchain Over the past 12 months or so my views on Blockchain have changed dramatically. I’ve gone from asking “How is this viable within an organization’s trust model?”, to “How is it possible that organizations are not seeing the benefits of a Hybrid Blockchain?” So what has changed? […]
How The OmniIndex Platform adds Web3 security and privacy to your existing workflow.
Data is becoming both more important in modern business, and more regulated with it crucial that personal and private information is protected and remains confidential. While important, these regulations have made it increasingly difficult for companies to analyze and distribute this business critical data – from Personally Identifiable Information (PII) including protected health information (PHI), […]
If you are not obsessively trawling crypto chatrooms like most people, the terms ‘Proof of Work’ and/or ‘Proof of stake’ probably mean little to you.
However, there are 3 crucial reasons you need to care which type of blockchain you are using, and why these terms really should matter to you.
DICOM stands for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine. It is an international standard related to the exchange, storage and communication of digital medical images and other related digital data. This post looks at how the data hidden in these images can be a valuable addition to analytics.