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Future-proofing following Covid-19: The key is embracing automation

Most businesses suffered, some businesses failed, but for those who survived the ravages of the pandemic, what lessons have been learned and, perhaps more importantly, what plans are now in place to make businesses more resilient moving forward? History is littered with pandemics; following bird flu & swine flu, and COVID-19 has arguably been the worst since the Spanish flu.

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Beating background noise in remote working

Gone are the old background noises of office chatter and printers whirring. Since remote working has become the norm, more homely sounds have come to the foreground. Although these sounds might add a personal, mildly endearing touch to your calls, it’s not always welcome. Here, Doug Mulvihill, UK marketing manager at Cloud phone system provider Ringover, explains how to use technology to keep things professional while working remotely.

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Artesian-Duedil modernises UBO strategy for banks and insurers with new API endpoint

London. 1 December 2021 – London-based RegTech Artesian : DueDil has announced a solution to one of the most complex challenges impacting banks and financial service institutions. The company is set to launch its new Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO) API endpoint, to improve onboarding speed and customer experience, whilst vitally mitigating regulatory, financial, and reputational risk.

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Karma.Vc raises €100mn to continue backing European deep-tech start-ups

London. 29 November 2021 – Karma.vc, an early-stage venture capital fund committed to European early-stage deep-tech entrepreneurs, has announced the closing of its second fund ‘Karma Ventures II’ at a hard cap of €100 million. The new fund will target investment in early stage deep-tech start-ups across Europe that focus on commercialising technology innovation needed to solve significant global challenges.

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Netwrix SbPAM 3.5 now covers new devices and web interfaces

London, UK, 30 November 2021 – Netwrix, a cybersecurity vendor that makes data security easy, announced the release of Netwrix SbPAM 3.5. This solution simplifies how customers secure, control, manage and monitor privilege usage by eliminating standing privileged accounts. The newest version offers support for more platforms as well as a bevy of additional features.

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Give employees correct tools to work from home effectively or expect decline in productivity

While hybrid working has now become an established practice, debate has continued around whether workers can maintain similar productivity at home as in the office. According to research sponsored by Kyocera and conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit, 64% of employees that fully support using digital tools have seen an increase in productivity when working remotely.

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Laiye partners with HUAWEI CLOUD to drive Brazil’s digital transformation

Laiye, a provider of intelligent automation, and HUAWEI CLOUD, a global provider of cloud services, announced a strategic alliance to drive digital transformation in Brazil through of cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and big data. The alliance will be implemented in the rest of Latin America. 

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Online fraud attempts to spike by up to 60% around Black Friday

This holiday season, eCommerce retailers are expected to generate sales reaching up to $218 billion (€194.24 billion) in the United States alone, according to Deloitte. Globally, Adobe Analytics projects the eCommerce sector to generate revenue of up to $910 billion (€810.80 billion), an increase of 11% compared to the same period in 2020.

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Technology essential to eradicating modern slavery in retail supply chains

London, UK. November 25th, 2021 – A new report published by ethiXbase an Environmental, social and governance (ESG) and value chain sustainability solutions company, highlights how the technology industry is essential to eradicating forced labour in retail supply chains. Value chain sustainability solutions company, ethiXbase, is now calling for more in-depth auditing and thorough risk assessments of retailers’ third-party networks to eradicate modern slavery.

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AI in the workplace: Co-bots not robots

No handshake, no deal. Life has been tough for sales people raised on face-to-face meetings and networking, says Andy McDonald, CEO, Cloudapps. Yet while some have railed against the lack of personal contact over the past 18 months, digitally empowered individuals have gone from strength to strength, tapping into deep online data and fast video access to prospects to transform the sales process.

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F-Secure, CyberPeace Institute team up to counter attacks against vulnerable communities

Helsinki, Finland. 26 November 2021 – Global cyber security provider F-Secure has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with the Switzerland-based CyberPeace Institute, an independent non-governmental organisation whose mission is to protect the security, dignity, and equity of people in cyberspace. The letter outlines a broad plan for cooperation in a number of areas, including the forensic analysis of cyber incidents which increasingly affect vulnerable communities. 

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Cyren phishing by the numbers research shows October’s most effective attacks

This month, the research team analysed the data by industry to confirm our suspicion that certain types of companies are targeted more than others. Some of the findings were quite surprising, however, it is important to note that this data represents incidents that Cyren detected and remediated.

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