Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Cloudtenna brings AI to file search

Cloudtenna targets enterprise file search with DirectSearch

Cloudtenna is the latest company to jump into the enterprise file search market. It has launched the public beta of its solution called DirectSearch. This announcement is seen as Cloudtenna coming...
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Oracle powers up Oracle NetSuite

Oracle is making good on its promise to invest in NetSuite. We caught up with David Turner, UK Marketing Director for Oracle NetSuite at the Oracle Modern Business experience to discuss...
Equinix number one in Australia

Equinix takes number one spot in Australia

Equinix has continued its global acquisition spree by closing the deal to acquire Australian data centre provider Metronode. The acquisition propels Equinix to number one in data centre operators in Australia....
Pegasystems adds Google Cloud Platform to deployment options

Pegasystems adds Google Cloud to deployment options

Customer engagement software vendor, Pegasystems, has added Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to its list of supported cloud platforms. The move comes just before the annual PegaWorld Conference in Las Vegas. It...
Tricentis launches Tosca 11.2 for SAP

Tricentis delivers improved testing of SAP applications

Continuous testing tools vendor, Tricentis, has released the latest version of Tricentis Tosca v11.2. This version of the software adds support for the latest versions of software from SAP. Among the...
OpenStack Summit Vancouver 2018

Zuul graduates to independent project status

It appears to be the season for big open source projects to graduate and leave home. At the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in Copenhagen, it was Kubernetes that graduated. Today, at the...
Kata Containers 1.0 launches

Kata targets secure container infrastructure

In December 2017, the Kata Container project was launched by the OpenStack Foundation (OSF). Its goal is to deliver the speed of a container environment with the security of VMs. The...
Workday Rising in Barcelona (c) 2016 S Brooks

Workday is rising with record growth and big customer wins

Workday posted record revenues in the fourth quarter driven by subscription revenues up 35% year on year to $436.7 million. Full year total revenues were also up 35% to $1.57 billion. Aneel...
Inspur announces InCloud OpenStack 5.5

Inspur launches InCloud OpenStack v5.5

Chinese technology giant, Inspur, has announced the release of Inspur InCloud OpenStack v5.5. This latest version of InCloud OS is based on OpenStack Ocata which was formally launched in February 2017. Since...
Box delivers record results

Box revenues hit new record

Cloud content management company Box has reported record revenues for Q1/2019. Revenue was US$140.5 million for the quarter which represents an increase of 20%. The company also reporting billing for the...

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Okta finds Microsoft MFA vulnerability

Vulnerability hits Microsoft MFA

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Oracle punches Rimini Street hard in court

Oracle has issued an almost gleeful announcement after its latest win in its ongoing litigation battle against Rimini Street. In contrast Rimini Street issued...

Partnership to accelerate space exploration through blockchain

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KeyPass ransomware starts to spread

KeyPass is the latest ransomware to hit computers

In the last week security researchers from several companies have reported seeing a new ransomware. It is called KeyPass and, according to Bleeping Computer,...
Cyber Resiliency with Felicity March

Talking Cyber Resilience with Felicity March

The risk of a business threatening cyber-attack is ever present today. Ransomware locks up data making it hard for businesses to operate. The impact...
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4 million malvertising hits blocked in a single day

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Do you have sufficient in-house cyber security skills?

Struggling to find staff with cyber security skills? Can't find affordable staff to protect your data? That's not the case for customers of backup...
Duo Security investigates Twitter bots

Duo Security hunts Twitter Bots

There is considerable attention on the problem of fake social media accounts. These accounts are enrolled into botnets that are used to push fake...
FAXPLOIT

 Hackers give the Fax a new lease of life

Forgotten about that fax in the corner of the office? Once the ‘must have’ communications device in every office, it has since be usurped...