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Over 31,000 stolen and leaked credentials from the FTSE 100 on the Dark Web

London, 10 May 2022 – Outpost24, an innovator in identifying and managing cybersecurity exposure, announced the results of its 2022 FTSE 100 Credential Theft Study outlining the number of breached credentials from the UK’s most profitable companies online ready to be exploited by threat actors.

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Panasas adds all-flash and massive-capacity data solutions to activeStor portfolio

London, UK. 4 May 2022 – Panasas, the data engine for innovation, today unveiled its new portfolio of high performance storage solutions for the complex data challenges. Two new ActiveStor systems will accelerate advanced AI/ML training, modelling and simulation, high performance data analytics, and massive-scale data workloads.

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Embrace the edge to avoid unscheduled downtime

According to Arimo, manufacturers can deal with up to 800 hours of downtime per year. As unscheduled downtime is far more costly than planned downtime, it’s important that manufacturers have real-time information about their equipment and processes to avoid unexpected faults and failures. Here Johan Jonzon, CMO and co-founder of edge analytics platform developer, Crosser, explains how edge analytics provides instantaneous data to prevent unscheduled downtime.

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How mixed reality technology helped transform the three pillars of sustainability

Sustainability is a broader term than it used to be. Today, it is often seen as consisting of three pillars: environmental; business and human impact. The traditional view of sustainability was that if you wanted to favour one of these pillars, you had to sacrifice, or at least neglect the others, says Yan Simard, CEO, Kognitiv Spark.

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What can ASICs do for the smart cities of the future?

According to the United Nations, we can expect 68% of the global population to live in urban areas by 2050. To cope with this increase, cities are focusing on the use of technology to improve equity for residents, facilitate more sustainable living and encourage better use of resources. Here Richard Mount, director of sales at ASIC design and supply company Swindon Silicon Systems, explores the sensor-driven technologies that enable smart cities, and the application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) that support them.

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New EMA and Auvik Research reveals significant lack of confidence in network operations

Waterloo, Ontario – New research by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and Auvik, a provider of cloud-based network management software, revealed organisations’ confidence in their network operations groups has dwindled amid staffing shortages and network data quality issues.

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TigerGraph graph for all million dollar challenge finalists push the boundaries of graph and AI technology

Redwood City, USA. 5 May 2022 – TigerGraph, provider of a graph analytics platform, revealed the Graph for All Million Dollar Challenge finalists a group of innovative projects that offer transformational ways to address social, economic, health, and climate-related issues that affect us all. The challenge, launched in February, is a global search for innovative ways to harness the power of graph technology with machine learning and AI to solve real-world problems. The competition attracted more than 1,500 registrations from 100+ countries.

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Why threat actors have set their sights on the insurance industry

The reason the insurance industry is ranked so highly in the eyes of threat actors is due to the amount of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) they hold. PII data points such as dates of birth and U.S. Social Security numbers hold the greatest value to cyber criminals, with these serving as the key ingredient when committing identity theft operations, such as fraudulent credit applications, says Paul Prudhomme, head of threat intelligence advisory at Rapid7.

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Swindon partners with Liberata to modernise services in £30mn contract

London, United Kingdom. 04 May 2022 – Swindon Borough Council, a unitary authority in the South West of England, has awarded a multi-year contract to Liberata, the business process services provider, to enhance and modernise a wide range of its services. The new partnership will support Swindon’s digital transformation programme as well as deliver efficiency savings and significant improvements to revenues & benefits performance.

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Getting the data lifecycle right to accelerate digital transformation strategies 

Data is the key to transforming any business. Accelerated by COVID-19, businesses have started to become more data-driven and embrace digital transformation strategies. However, these often become wasted endeavours as organisations are not brave or honest enough to look at their existing data resources and realise what they have been missing from the start: the right data, says Peter Ruffley, CEO at Zizo.

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Is cloud-calling the answer to teacher’s stress?

The pandemic has made educator’s jobs even more challenging according to the Times Educational Supplement staff wellbeing survey, 67% of teachers had an unmanageable workload in 2021, compared to just 22% in 2020. To prevent work from spilling over into their home life, educators must ensure their work hours are as productive as possible, says Douglas Mulvihill, marketing manager, UK and Ireland of cloud communications provider Ringover, explores the role of cloud communications in reducing educator stress.

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Surge in digital demand necessitates building enterprise network of the future

If businesses want to win in the 21st century, then harnessing the power of the network across the entire organisation is essential because digital is the new front door for every enterprise. Customer and workforce demands on the network are evolving faster than the pace of traditional businesses and the Covid-19 pandemic has only accelerated this change. The digital winners of tomorrow don’t think in terms of building solutions that merely solve today’s challenges. Their eyes are set on being ready for challenges that are yet to materialise. They build for change, says Jeff Gray, vice-president, Americas, Xalient.

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Essential wi-fi network optimisation for video conferencing

Video conferencing can be a lifesaver when it comes to promoting business continuity and operational efficiency. The ability to connect with colleagues around the world for what is essentially a face-to-face, real-time conversation without requiring anyone to drive across town or board a plane is a critical business capability. As such an important business driver, it’s necessary for enterprises to ensure that their wired and wi-fi networks are optimised to support video conferencing, says Roger Sands is CEO and Co-founder of Wyebot.

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Alkira launches free tool to tame ‘cloud bloat’  

San Jose, CA. 27 April 2022 – Cloud networking specialist Alkira has launched Cloud Insights, a free tool to improve the networking and security of enterprise cloud deployments. Nearly a third (32%) of cloud spending is wasted, according to Flexera’s State of the Cloud Report 2022, which identifies optimisation of existing cloud resources as the top priority for enterprises.

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Study shows core challenges with managing open source risk in software supply chains

London, United Kingdom  Synopsys, Inc has released its 2022 open source security and risk analysis (OSSRA) report. The report, produced by the Synopsys cybersecurity research center (CyRC), examines the results of more than 2,400 audits of commercial and proprietary codebases from merger and acquisition transactions, performed by the Black Duck audit services team.

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Electro Rent brings online purchasing to the CPO test equipment market in France and the UK

Harrow, UK. 28th April 2022 – Electro Rent, a provider of test and technology solutions and services, has introduced a new e-commerce feature to its website in France and the UK. This user-friendly feature provides current and new customers with the ability to purchase certified pre-owned (CPO) test equipment directly online. Supporting the company’s reputation as an easy trading partner, the customer purchasing experience just became even more efficient and effective.

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