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Pegasystems and KPMG to woo US Government agencies

Pegasystems and KPMG LLP have announced a strategic alliance. Its purpose is to offer Pegasystems (Pega) products to US Government agencies as they look to digitally transform. KPMG will help sell and...
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Ramco to help US Army

Ramco has announced that it has won a bid to provide its MRO software to Advanced Global Resources, LLC (AGR), to support its contract with the US Army. The key contract...
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East Midlands gets all Digital with Oracle

Oracle has announced that East Midlands Shared Services (EMSS) will implement Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud. This sees the shared service operation, created in September 2012, moving to the next...
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DASA launches Predictive Cyber Analytics competition

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) has launched a new competition looking for novel approaches to predictive cyber security. The competition runs until the 5th November 2018. There is £1 million...
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Bristol City Council chooses iTrent for £4 million contract

MHR has announced that Bristol City Council has chosen an integrated HR and Payroll solution to replace its current Vision HR system. The contract, potentially worth up £4 million went out...
Hacking prosecutions in UK fell in 2017

Hacking prosecutions continue to fall

There were just 47 prosecutions for hacking under the Computer Misuse Act in 2017 claims UK legal firm RPC. It is 18% lower than 2016 and the second year in a...
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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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Finding the cell that contains just a space in Excel

I have many clients who have the same problem with importing data from other applications into Excel. All seems perfectly well until they start...
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Rani Osnat talks about containers and security

At the KubeSec day in Seattle, Enterprise Times talked with Rani Osnat, VP Product Marketing at Aqua Security. ET had just spent the day...
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Research undertaken for a SAS Report indicates that British companies, on average, lose significantly more money to procurement fraud, and the country is far...
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Verasity blockchain integrates with Vimeo video

Verasity offers a blockchain-based platform which supports the infrastructure and tools for video publishers to serve rewarded video and loyalty programs to viewers. It...
Finance companies suffer the most cyber attacks

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The NTT Security 2019 Global Threat Intelligence Report (registration required) is out. It reveals that 32% of all attacks observed globally, targeted web applications....
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BT widens its deal to support NATO

British Telecom (BT) has announced a new deal with NATO worth €5.9 million. It has signed a three year agreement with the NATO Communication...