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Stronger and safer edge AI solutions the goal for partners Advantech, Allxon and Trend Micro

IPC provider, Advantech, has launched edge AI (artificial intelligence) inference systems that meet rising demands for AI image recognition. As AI devices are widely deployed at the edge, remote management and information security at the cloud/edge remain key concerns.

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When two become one: Marrying networking and security with SASE

The security measures we rely upon to protect our networks and defend against those looking to exploit them are no longer up to the job. Some of the most devastating cyber attacks to have ever occurred have taken place over the past year, with SolarWinds and the Colonial Pipeline attacks being a couple of the most infamous, to name a few.

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VMware propels app modernisation for customers on any cloud

As organisations come to grips with the reality of a permanent digital-first world, the pressure to digitise and modernise operations remains high. While this modernisation is imperative, it’s equally difficult; true digitisation and transformation efforts are complex, extensive, and must happen without compromising a company’s ability to support ongoing business needs.

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Over 30,000 mobile malware attacks in Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa in just 6 months

There were more than 206,000 mobile malware attacks blocked by Kaspersky solutions for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) region in 6 months measured. between January to June 2021. Of these, more than 30,000 attacks originated from Nigeria (14,071), Kenya (10,697), and South Africa (5,499).

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‘4×4’ Quad AI server for defence and government applications

General Micro Systems launched its Velocity “4×4” quad GPGPU artificial intelligence (AI) server designed for battlefield applications. These include command posts, tactical operation centres (TOCs) and protected platforms such as autonomous vehicles, wide body airborne sensor fusion, surveillance, data mining, synthetic vision and any platform than needs massive computational resources from a small, air-cooled rackmount server.

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Cisco’s global index shows hybrid work is powered by mobile and AI, talent is everywhere

Cisco has unveiled its Hybrid Work Index (HWI) based on millions of aggregated and anonymous customer datapoints. The index, which will be updated quarterly, examines how people’s habits and technology interactions have permanently reshaped work a year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Would you risk it if you knew what you were risking?

Most of us are aware that we need to keep security risks front-of-mind when we’re doing things online. We don’t open any email attachments or links that look even vaguely suspicious, we have a secure password vault so that we don’t use the same password over and over again, and we warn our friends and family if we think their WhatsApp has been hacked rather than clicking on the dodgy-looking link they’ve sent through, says Paul Balkwell, vice president, international sales at Zix.

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EPA honours 2021 award winners, announces strategic rebrand to payments association

Payment organisations came together to celebrate innovation in the financial sector last night at the Emerging Payments Association’s (EPA) 14th annual Emerging Payments Awards (EP Awards) ceremony. Held at JW Marriot Grosvenor House Hotel, London, the event was attended by over 750 individuals from the most influential companies in fintech.

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ScaleOut reveals the ML capabilities for its digital twin streaming service

ScaleOut Software has announced extensions to its ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service . These are said to enable real-time digital twin software to implement and host machine learning and statistical analysis algorithms that immediately identify unexpected behaviours exhibited by incoming telemetry.

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Research finds integrated visibility and automation needed to combat threats

New cyber security research on European enterprises suggests an expanding attack surface due to cloud transformation, staff shortages and poor visibility are systemic weaknesses. This is prompting a focus on threat intelligence, automation and integrating disparate tools in the upcoming year. About a quarter of respondents plan to invest in managed services to boost their security operations capabilities by extending them with outside expertise.

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Nearly 2/3 of consumers more likely to buy from brands with real user customer service reps

As Customer Service Week begins, new research from gig customer experience (GigCX) platform Limitless has revealed that consumers are more loyal and more likely to buy from brands that feature customer-led customer service. When it comes to getting advice and support on products and services, the majority of consumers want to communicate with tried and tested product users versus customer service call centre agents.

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UAE research protects blockchain apps against quantum computing crypto attacks

Researchers at the Technology Innovation Institute (TII) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are said to have improved the feasibility of a new class of algorithms to protect blockchain applications against quantum computing cryptographic attacks. This builds on the considerable research already underway across the cryptographic community in developing better protocols for improving zero-knowledge proofs.

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UnionBank of the Philippines selects Finacle digital banking solution suite on cloud

Infosys Finacle, part of EdgeVerve Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Infosys, and UnionBank of the Philippines (UBP), a bank in the Philippines, announced that the bank will migrate from an on-premise deployment to the state-of-the-art Finacle Digital Banking Solution Suite on Cloud.

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Intelligent features added to customer satisfaction management system

RavenCSI is releasing new functionalities for its real-time customer experience and staff survey & research management system. The enhancements, developed since its initial launch at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in April 2020, will give organisations access to powerful and secure market intelligence capabilities.

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