Friday, April 20, 2018
James Dumay talks Blue Ocean and DevOps

James Dumay talks UX, DevOps and better software

As the fight to own the DevOps space hots up, one vendor in particular, CloudBees has a substantial lead. It is the commercial face of the open source Jenkins project. It...
Impact of cryptojacking

Google cracks down on cryptojacking

Google has announced a complete ban on any browser extension that does cryptocurrency mining in the Chrome Web Store. The news came in a blog post from James Wagner, Extensions Platform Product...
Avanti announces new service bot

Your next service desk may not be human

Ivanti has announced new AI driven capabilities through a Hub with Bot capabilities. The Bot capabilities initially include a Virtual Support Agent (VSA) that integrates with the Ivanti Service Manager: Help...
Oracle wins latest round of Java war with Google

Oracle wins latest round of Java war with Google

Oracle has won the latest round of an eight year old copyright case against Google. The case was heard by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. As...
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Oracle transforms the database offering

Oracle has announced its autonomous database is now generally available as Oracle Database 18c. It also announced the first service built on its autonomous database, the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud....
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Upland spends $37 million on a Fax software company

Upland Software has announced the acquisition of InterFAX Communications Ltd for $37 million. This is the first European acquisition that Upland Software has made. Interfax offers a cloud based faxing solution...
IBM and Rambus to boost hybrid memory 

IBM and Rambus to boost hybrid memory

IBM and Rambus are to collaborate on research into hybrid memory systems. At the moment, DRAM is the fastest way to deliver data to CPUs but it is expensive and limited...
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A reality for Artificial Intelligence (AI) at HIMSS 2018

AI’s conundrum: Is it just correlation or cause? We need to know this. If we know what determines a condition, we will be in a better position to treat and prevent sicknesses....
Joe Baguley talks to Enterprise Times

Joe Baguley talks about the challenge of choosing the right virtualisation

Enterprise Times recently caught up with Joe Baguley, VP and CTO EMEA, VMware. Baguley describes himself as both Chief Technology Officer and Chief Talking Officer and is a hard man to...
BenevolentAI buys UK company for drug discovery

BenevolentAI acquires new drug development lab

Private AI company, BenevolentAI, has acquired a UK state-of-the-art drug discovery and development facility. The facility is located on the Babraham Research Campus in Cambridge. AstraZeneca, Medimmune, One Nucleus and RxCelerate are...

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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...
Small merchants struggling with compliance and cyber security 

Small merchants struggling with compliance and cyber security

The latest survey from Sysnet Global Solutions claims that SMEs are struggling with PCI compliance and security. The survey was conducted across a number of...
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Exit from an application in Windows.

Do you get thoroughly frustrated when you have worked hard all day and then you need to spend what seems like half an hour...
Privacy

VPN’s sharing data with Facebook

Using the Internet can be dangerous. There are lots of people who like to intercept messages and steal data. The solution, we've been told...

Track.Capital triple-entry accounting built on blockchain

GovernanceChain has launched its first product, Track.Capital. It works with a customer's existing accounting solution to provide an immutable third ledger. The objective is...
BenevolentAI get more funding

 BenevolentAI raises $115 million

Cambridge-based BenevolentAI has raised $115 million from new and existing investors. The funding values the company at around $2 billion. It takes the money...
Damon Anderson talks about accountants and new services

Damon Anderson talks about accountants and new services

Enterprise Times sat down with Damon Anderson, Xero, to talk about partners. Xero is focused on helping accountants move beyond the boundaries of ledgers. It...
Santander

Santander One Pay FX, a blockchain-based international money transfer service

Banco Santander has launched a new service, Santander One Pay FX. This makes it possible for customers to complete international transfers on the same...

Russia’s Grizzly Steppe cyber war on UK and US

The UK and US have issued a joint warning on sustained malicious cyber activity by Russian Government cyber groups. The US has called the...
Jonathan Bathurst talks cyber security engineering, skills and SMEs

Jonathan Bathurst talks cyber security engineering, skills and SMEs

At CYBERUK 2018, Enterprise Times caught up with Jonathan Bathurst, Business Development, Cyber Solutions, Lockheed Martin UK. Many people know Lockheed Martin as a defence...
Google wins one and loses two

Google wins one and loses two

In the last few weeks Google has lost two and won one case around the Right to be Forgotten. This is a piece of legislation...
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Shortcut keys in Excel – Function Keys (6 of 8)

In all my years of training I am always stunned that most people don’t even know that there are keys at the top of...
NCSC implements new cyber incident priorities

NCSC implements new cyber incident priority framework

The NCSC has today announced a new cyber incident prioritisation framework. The framework will be used by all law enforcement agencies in the UK. With...
Amber Rudd targets the Dark Web

Amber Rudd announces crackdown on dark web

The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd MP, has announced plans to crack down on the dark web. The government is providing a £9 million fund...