Great news - you can now add Fitbit data from all devices to digi.me - see more in our demo video below. Track steps, workouts, sleep and more, and drill down into specific tiles to search or compare activities over time. Use digi.me to help stay on top of your goals - Garmin and Apple … Continue reading Get your Fitbit data in digi.me now!
By Shane Green (@shanegreen on Twitter) and Tarik Kurspahic (@TarikTech) Anyone familiar with digi.me and our mission knows we are focused on empowering people with their data. We are building a data-driven future aligned with the needs and interests of people — where individuals can securely and privately aggregate, analyse and share massive quantities of data from … Continue reading Why digi.me is launching a new API and SDK for integrated social data
GDPR, calls for accountability for hacks and online behaviour and a growing awareness of the impacts of internet monopolies - the times they are very much a-changin'. So why is this year different? First and foremost because of the General Data Protection Regulation, aka GDPR. This game-changing regulation, which comes into force in May, firmly … Continue reading 2018 will be the year personal data privacy finally gets serious
Here at digi.me, updates are coming to our app at a dizzying pace. We're always looking at what new data streams we can add, and once these are in place we ask our trusted Insiders Community to give them a final test before we release them to the live version. What is our Insiders Community, … Continue reading Use digi.me? Join us to help test new features!
We're delighted to be able to announce that digi.me has been named as one of the top 10 companies in the Digital Innovators Power List today. A judging panel of digital experts has helped whittle the initial 50 inspiring companies down to ten for the list, which is run by international law firm Bird & … Continue reading Digi.me makes the top 10 of the Digital Innovators Power List!
Digi.me is delighted to have sponsored today's Trust Framework workshop, hosted by the MEF at the Kuppinger Cole Identity event in Paris. Our Founder and Executive Chairman Julian Ranger made a speech there emphasising the need for an internationally-agreed Trust Mark and associated Trust Framework. Digi.me is already at the forefront of trust because one … Continue reading Why we need an international personal data Trust Mark online
Say hello to Source! We'd like to introduce digi.me's new B2B newsletter providing regular updates on important developments in the Personal Data Ecosystem, which we know as the Internet of Me. Source is a one-stop shop for all the latest developments on what's happening at digi.me with both the company and our products, as well … Continue reading Want to be in the know? Sign up for digi.me’s new B2B newsletter Source!