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Amsterdam makes it 4 for 100TB

100TB has announced the opening of a new datacentre in Amsterdam as part of its global expansion program. They have also added virtual private server locations in Los Angeles and Toronto,...
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CenturyLink lights up CyrusOne

CenturyLink has announced that it has lit up several more CyrusOne data centres in the US to its fibre network. This will improve the interconnected cloud offering that both customers of...
SAP and Google in groundbreaking cross licensing deal

An end to patent wars?

SAP and Google have entered into an agreement to cross license their patents not just those that exist but any that might be filed in the next five years. This is a...
BAT renews End user agreement with Fujitsu

BAT keep Fujitsu habit going

This seems to be the week for BAT (British American Tobacco) to be renewing it IT agreements. Fujitsu has announced that they have renewed the agreement to support global service desks...
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Bond is back for Microsoft

Following it's Q1 2016 results last week Microsoft has quickly sought advantage from the positive vibe it received to launch an offering of a bond, in the form of $13 billion...
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Oracle to use ACE for mobile development

VMWare has announced that Oracle will be using the ACE (App configuration for Enterprise) best practices for future development within the Oracle Mobile Cloud. This is a boost for ACE, an...
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SAP achieves grand HCM

SAP has announced that it has reached a milestone of 1,000 cloud-based human capital management (HCM) customers in EMEA. Included on this list is BAT (British American Tobacco) who have selected SuccessFactors...
WiFi Master Key takes Thailand by storm

Who needs WiFi passwords? 

WiFi Master Key has become Google's top app in four Asian countries in the last month The latest country in Asia to fall to WiFI Master Key is Thailand. Last week it...
Equinix Cloud Exchange integrates with Oracle Cloud Services

Equinix Cloud Exchange captures Oracle 

Equinix has announced that they are to work with Oracle to integrate Oracle Cloud Services into Equinix Cloud Exchange across six global markets. The announcement is just the latest from Equinix who...
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Pay bills from anywhere with Sage Payments

Sage has developed a new feature for Sage 50 Accounts and Sage 50 Payroll software that users to make payments to clients quickly and easily. The solution, Sage Payments is an...

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Kimble targets Australia with new team

Kimble Applications has announced the opening of a new office in Australia and the appointment of Steve Litsos as General Manager for the region....
Mihoko Matsubara talks about Cyber Security strategy at NTT 

Mihoko Matsubara talks about Cyber Security strategy at NTT

A cyber security strategy has to encompass the entire company. For many businesses, it is a fragmented set of policies, procedures and approaches that...
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Givex launches POS system in partnership with Brazil’s Ofner

Givex, a solution provider for gift card, voucher and loyalty services and Ofner, a traditional coffee chain in Brazil, announced a partnership in the...
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Why is empathic explainable AI so important ?

Peter van der Putten is the Director of Decisioning Systems at Pega Systems. Enterprise Times spoke to him during the PegaWorld conference where the...
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Deutsche Telekom and Software AG to create global Internet of Things platform

Deutsche Telekom and Software AG have announced a partnership to deliver Internet of Things (IoT) services on a global scale. Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise customer...
Matthew Gyde takes over at NTT Security

Matthew Gyde takes over at NTT Security

NTT Security has announced Matthew Gyde is its new Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Gyde's previous job was as Group Executive...
Facebook gets derisory $5 billion fine

Facebook gets derisory $5 billion fine

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has voted to fine Facebook US$5 billion. News of the fine came from the Wall Street Journal who...
BlackBerry goes threat hunting with CylanceGUARD

BlackBerry goes threat hunting with CylanceGUARD

BlackBerry has announced CylanceGUARD, the second new product from the security company it acquired earlier this year. CylanceGUARD is a Managed Detection and Response...
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New LastPass study finds 92% of businesses experience identity challenges

LastPass by LogMeIn today announced the results of a new study conducted by Vanson Bourne into the state of identity and access management (IAM). The report...
Amazon Alexa to dispense NHS advice

Amazon Alexa to dispense NHS advice

NHS England has signed a deal with Amazon to provide health information via its Alexa voice assistant. The deal is aimed at two groups....
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Worldpay partners with University of Cincinnati to help close skills gap

Worldpay Inc and the University of Cincinnati (UC) are on a mission to help fill a widespread skills gap, while creating career opportunities for...
Banks vulnerable to cyber attack

Banks vulnerable to cyber attack

Are the world's top 100 banks secure from cyber criminals and hackers? Based on the recent ImmuniWeb's State of Application Security at World's 100...
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Poor shipping experience turns off online shoppers says report

BigCommerce, has released a new report, Shipping, Delivered: Best Practices & Expectations for 2019. The study examined survey responses of 3,000 digital consumers and...
Marriott next in the ICO firing line

Marriott next in the ICO firing line

Having announced its intention to fine British Airways £183.39 million, the UK Information Commissioners Office has now turned its sights on Marriott International. It...