Friday, September 21, 2018
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Infor gains FedRAMP Authorisation

Nearly two years after it first announced its application Infor finally achieved FedRAMP authorized status on 10th July 2018. The process is not quick and it has taken a year following...
Pentagon draws up Do Not Buy software list

US DoD prepares software “Do Not Buy” list

The Pentagon is drawing up a list of software that should not be used by the US Department of Defense (DoD) or its contractors. The details were announced by Ellen Lord,...
OTS wants gig worker platforms to deduct tax

OTS wants gig worker platforms to deduct tax

The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has reported on how PAYE for gig workers could be simplified. The report, entitled Platforms, the Platform economy and Tax Simplification runs to just 20-pages....
GDPR data request costs likely to burden NHS

Exonar warns over costs of GDPR data requests

Data discovery tools vendor Exonar has warned that data requests under GDPR could cost the public sector millions. The claim is made in a report entitled The Impact of Privacy on...
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ResourceLink hits G-Cloud

NorthgateArinso UK Limited has announced that ResourceLink is now listed on G-Cloud 10. This will enable it to access public sector customers in the UK that are increasingly turning to the...
GDPR draining organisations resources 

GDPR draining organisations resources

A new poll shows how heavily implementing GDPR has affected the resources of organisations. It has resulted in organisations having to hire additional staff or external consultants as they lacked the...

Cambridge University builds on core competence and adds Ivanti

Stephen Hoensch is Head of Frontline Services at Cambridge University. He is responsible for introducing and extending the University’s core services beyond its fibre network which criss-crosses the city to support...
UKFast Apprentices

Time to rethink tech apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are seen by many parents, teachers, career counsellors and even employers as a poor substitute for a degree. It's a model of thinking that has become commonplace in the last...
Dragos claims Covellite has stopped attacks in North America

Has Covellite threat to US gone away?

Back in September 2017, Dragos warned of a new hacking group it named Covellite. It was monitoring phishing attacks by the group that were focused on US electric companies. Further investigation showed...
Unit4 Connect Ambassadors (c) Unit4 2018

Unit4 – Better Focus, more flexible and forward looking

Unit4 held its annual Connect ambassadors conference this week in Amsterdam. The conference focused on the current strategy and latest product news from Unit4. During the two day event Unit4 made a...

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Swisscom + CA Technologies launch Open Banking Hub

CA Technologies is partnering with Swisscom in a strategic alliance to create an innovative 'Open Banking Hub' (OBH). With Swisscom being a leading Swiss...

Trustchain, a high performance block-less blockchain 3.0 protocol

COTI has launched the Trustchain protocol. This claims to provide an end-to-end solution for enterprises, merchants, developers of payment apps and stable coin issuers...
Engaging people with cyber security

Colin Lobely and Bryony Chinnery on changing cyber security perceptions

The Cyber Security Challenge Face2Face competitions are always interesting to attend. They give attendees a chance to showcase their capabilities and sponsors a chance...

NY AG’s VMI Report slates crypto-currency platforms/operations

New York Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood released its Virtual Markets Integrity (VMI) Report. This derives from an inquiry into the policies and practices...
Jenkins unleashes 5 new super powers

Jenkins unveils five super powers

Software developers love their super heroes but its time for a changing of the guard. Out go Batman, Superman, the X-Men and The Avengers....
SCYTHE gets $3 million investment into cyber attack simulation platform

Cyber attack simulation platform, SCYTHE, gets $3 million investment

A year after its launch, cyber attack simulation platform SCYTHE has secured a $3 million investment. The investment was led by Ron Gula of...
Jenkins World 2018

Sacha Labourey on cloud, Kubernetes and Jenkins

At the DevOps World and Jenkins World conference, Enterprise Times caught up with Sacha Labourey, CEO, CloudBees. As Jenkins has grown, CloudBees has found...

InstaSupply joins Sweetbridge blockchain network

Sweetbridge Alliance Network, a global organisation driving liquidity and transparency for global supply chain networks through blockchain technologies has added InstaSupply. The latter, known for...
Singtel adds new threat hunting capabilities to ASOCs

Singtel boosts managed security services in Asia Pacific

Singtel subsidiary Trustwave announces new and enhanced cyber threat hunting capabilities. This includes actionable threat intelligence for Singtel's Advanced Security Operation Centre (ASOC) in...
Mr Bitcoin heads home to Russia

Mr Bitcoin avoids US extradition and heads home to Russia

Alexander Vinnik, otherwise known as Mr Bitcoin for the amount of cryptocurrency he laundered, has avoided extradition to the US or France. The Court...
Jens Schumacher talks about incident response

Jens Schumacher talks incident response, cloud and code bases

At the Atlassian Summit in Barcelona, Jens Schumacher talked with Enterprise Times about the new announcements that the company had made. The big announcement...

Block Commodities launches Ugandan blockchain ecosystem pilot

Block Commodities (Block), a commodity trader operating in Africa, is partnering with Pure Grow Africa (Pure Grow), a supplier of high-quality agricultural produce based in...
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Salesforce goes greener but it cannot win every decision

Salesforce has continued its announcements during September around its Green agenda. Its most recent was to reinforce its strategic corporate commitments to ensure a...
Atlassian's journey to diversity and belonging

Aubrey Blanche on diversity and belonging

At the Atlassian Summit in Barcelona, Enterprise Times caught up with Aubrey Blanche to find out how the company's diversity programme had progressed in...