For those ready to say “Yes” to the virtual workplace, but who need some guarantees.
Companies are increasingly asking how we can make their transition to a mobile, virtual workplace more secure, efficient, and cost-effective in the long term. The answer, says Jacques Bonifay, Transatel CEO, is it’s all in the (cellular) connectivity.
A new survey of UK security practitioners by Exabeam shows a marked increase in the adoption of cloud-based security tools compared to an earlier study carried out in March prior to the COVID-19 lockdown. The latest data shows 88% of recent respondents said the accelerated move to the cloud was driven by the need to support a remote workforce. The survey tracks the adoption and use of cloud-based security tools.
Data compiled by in-house Mode Banking analysts reveals that Bitcoin (BTC) investments have been doubling every month since February 2020 among older age groups (Baby Boomers and Gen-X), signalling wider crypto adoption.
UK-based integrated marketing services, events and brand solutions company, CI Group aims to enhance its data analytics capabilities, in a new partnership with BRIDGEi2i Analytics Solutions, a global, asset-based consulting and AI solutions company.
Nemesysco, a provider of voice analytics technologies and solutions for genuine emotion detection, has deployed a voice analytics solution called LVA with its local integration partner Softtekfor the China Pacific Insurance Company(CPIC).
Cloud-first WAN company, Aryaka delivering a managed SD-WAN solution, has partnered with Alibaba Cloud. Aryaka aims to extend the global cloud service provider’s services to enterprises, both within China and internationally, in support of their digital transformation initiatives.
Researchers from the University of Warwick, Imperial College London, EPFL (Lausanne) and Sciteb Ltd have found a mathematical means of helping regulators and business manage and police artificial intelligence (AI) systems’ biases towards making unethical, and potentially very costly and damaging commercial choices. This, they say, is keeping an ethical eye on AI.
On average, IT experts are concerned about ‘untrained and malicious users’ 125% more than other threats. This is one of the findings of The 2020 What Keeps You Up at Night Report, conducted by KnowBe4, security awareness training and simulated phishing platform provider.
At this point in history, the digital revolution has turned nearly every industry upside-down in one way or another. The disruptions are clearly visible in industries like retail, where the rise of eCommerce has changed everything, and in media, where nearly every outlet has been challenged and disrupted by digitisation, says Mark Broadly, a Journalism Major and Spanish Minor at NYU.
Pactum, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based platform that enables global companies to automate personalised commercial negotiations on a massive scale, today announced the closing of a $3 million (€2 million) seed financing round. This was led by Berlin-basedProject A, a venture capital firm focused on innovative start-ups, with investments by DocuSignand other previous Pactum investors.
More than half of all distribution centres are still using paper to pick, pack, and ship. The results from this archaic approach are high levels of mis-picks, mis-packs, and mis-ships. Enter 5G. 5G networks offer paper-based, antiquated distribution centres (DCs) the opportunity to build smart facilities and create new revenue streams, says Thomas R. Cutler. Warehouse automation statistics show that automation is making a big impact on warehouses and distribution centres.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has arguably been one of the most disruptive technologies in the past few years. AI has played a vital role in progressing technology advancements across a variety of industries and is set to make big changes in the future.
Psychologists at Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, have provided the first scientific evidence of the link between violent behaviour towards the telecommunications sector staff and 5G COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs.
Breed Reply, a European investor in early-stage Internet of Things (IoT) businesses, has increased its investment in Dutch agritech company, Connecterra. As part of its Series B funding round, Connecterra has secured €7.8 million from existing investors, Breed Reply and Sistema, alongside new investors including AgTech specialists ADM Capital, French food safety enterprise Kersia Group and Dutch impact investor, Pymwymic.
Kinaxis, a specialist in confident decision-making in an unpredictable world, has agreed to acquire Toronto-based Rubikloud for US$60 million (€53 billion). Rubikloud is an emerging provider of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions that automate supply chain prescriptive analytics and decision-making in the retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) industries.
The latest Netskope research has found that 44% of security threats start in the cloud. Hackers target popular cloud apps and services using well-known techniques of phishing and malware to get access to valuable enterprise data.
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) has launched Amazon Honeycode, a fully managed service that aims to allow customers to quickly build powerful mobile and web applications – with no programming required. Among the first customers will be Slack and SmugMug.
Verizonhas joined forces with Digital Catapult, the UK-based advanced digital technology innovation centre, to launch an immersive accelerator programme to develop innovative 5G solutions for enterprises.
Olea Edge Analytics, an intelligent edge computing platform for the water utility industry, has released EdgeWorks Platform 2.0. This combines blockchain technology, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in a solution for water billing, delivery and conservation.
The late May bank holiday in Britain gave a real sense of the future of power generation. With significantly reduced demand thanks to the COVID-19 lockdown, at lunchtime on 25th May, over half of the electricity mix was being met by wind and solar. Over that weekend, we saw the energy mix of 2025 – today, says Thomas Jennings, head of Optimisation, Kiwi Power.
Crowdsourced security company, Bugcrowd has released its 2020 Inside the Mind of a Hacker report, studying the global hacking community. One of its key findings is that human ingenuity supported by actionable intelligence of the Bugcrowd platform were found to be critical ingredients in maintaining a resilient infrastructure.
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