#TelekomChallenge: Chocolate Cloud and O&O Software among the Top 10

The Telekom Challenge jury has nominated the Top 10 finalists. In recognition of their ideas for new products, Berlin-based O&O Software GmbH together with its Danish partner Chocolate Cloud ApS are among the best ten participants in the category Development, beating out competition from 35 countries and 5 continents.

Chocolate Cloud is the first Scandinavian company to be Intel SGX white-listed for production

After a year-long process, Chocolate Cloud has become the first Scandinavian company to be white-listed for production in Intel SGX. Intel SGX is an architecture extension designed to increase the security of application code and data by using secure enclaves within the CPU. Chocolate Cloud uses Intel SGX in two solutions. One of them is […]

Chocolate Cloud appears in the local news due to a project recently supported by the Danish Market Development Fund

Getting closer to launching its very first software product which goes under the name – SkyFlok, Chocolate Cloud has already grabbed the attention of the media.  A local Danish newspaper published on their website an interview with Chocolate Cloud’s CEO Daniel Lucani in which he reveals more details about SkyFlok and the support given to Chocolate Cloud by the Danish Market Development Fund.   Recently Chocolate Cloud received DKK 2.7 […]

Chocolate Cloud is one of the companies chosen for co-financing by the Market Development Fund

The Market Development Fund has chosen to support 20 promising projects with total financing of 46.4 million. kr., which will help companies’ innovative ideas to come to the market faster and achieve success. The aim of the Market Development Fund is to promote growth, employment, and export, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises in areas […]

10 steps to prepare for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation

In less than 6 months, all companies operating with data belonging to residents of the European Union will be expected to meet the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), coming into force on 25 May 2018. The requirements are tough, the penalties are big and if you haven’t started preparing for the new rules, it […]

European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) -what is it and what are the key changes?

Strict new rules for protecting customer data are just around the corner. Companies which collect data on people in the European Union countries will have to prepare to comply with the new regulations starting in May 25, 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) aim is to set a new standard for consumer rights regarding […]

Chocolate Cloud’s team presenting at the 5G Summit in Dresden

The 5G Lab Germany at TU Dresden organized the IEEE 5G Summit for the second time in Dresden. This was held on September 19, 2017 at International Congress Center Dresden, Germany. It addressed a holistic approach on 5G system design, ranging from silicon hardware, wireless, networks, edge clouds towards Tactile Internet (an internet network that […]

An enterprise-oriented overview of cloud computing

ENTERPRISE CLOUD COMPUTING Enterprise cloud computing refers to the special case of using cloud computing for competitive advantage through the decrease of costs, as well as for business innovation in terms of speed and agility where collaboration among business partners and customers is highly improved.  According to surveys, more than half of all enterprises consider […]

Presenting the Secure Cloud project at the NetFutures 2017 concertation meeting

Chocolate Cloud’s CEO Daniel Lucani was invited to present at the CloudWatch Concertation meeting as part of the NetFutures 2017 Conference. The conference, held on 28-29 June in Brussels, aimed to identify the direction market players need to take to make the cloud a trusted and resilient commodity that can enable innovation in Europe.With the market […]

Don’t WannaCry? So BACKUP!

May 12, 2017 saw one of the biggest global cyberattacks in recent years. The WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm managed to infect more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries within a day.  WannaCry targeted computers worldwide running the Microsoft Windows operating system by encrypting data and demanding ransom payments in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. It spreads across […]