September 2016

Swiss Post Solutions and Celaton announce strategic partnership RealWire Thu, 09/29/2016 - 07:03

Zurich – 29, 09, 2016 – Swiss Post Solutions (SPS), a global full-service provider in physical and digital document management, and Celaton, an artificial intelligence software company, today announced a strategic partnership. The partnership will combine SPS’ expertise in process optimisation and the automation of manual tasks, with Celaton’s inSTREAM™ software, to deliver solutions that address the increasing demand for fully automated business processes.

SDL Advances Online Capabilities for OMRON with SDL Web

Global leader in automation enhances its web presence with SDL’s cloud-based Web Experience Management solution

Wakefield, MA – September 29, 2016 – SDL today announced that leading automation technology provider OMRON Automation Americas has expanded its use of SDL solutions, selecting SDL Web for Web Experience Management to build a scalable, future-proof web presence.

The 2016 WordPress.org Vs WordPress.com Infographic

If you are already obsessed with WordPress and planning to set up your website or blog, then you must know what the key differences are between the two; WordPress.org and WordPress.com.

Knowing this beforehand would certainly help you to decide the one suitable for you.

Let’s talk about WordPress.org first. Simply speaking, if you are ready to shell out a bit and have sufficient time to devote, then WordPress.org takes an edge.

EBSCO Health Selects SDL Knowledge Center for Accelerated Information Management of Proprietary Point-of-Care Content RealWire Thu, 09/22/2016 - 09:50

Leading healthcare information provider uses SDL Knowledge Center to streamline point-of-care content creation

Wakefield, MA – September 22, 2016 – SDL today announced that EBSCO Health, a division of EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO), the leading healthcare information provider for libraries and hospitals worldwide, selected SDL Knowledge Center to simplify content management processes for its point-of-care clinical content resources.

RiskIQ sees 130% growth in malicious mobile apps leveraging top UK brands

Risks highlighted as malicious apps target businesses and their customers

LONDON, UK — 22 September 2016 — New research from RiskIQ, the leader in external threat management, reveals that the number of malicious apps leveraging top UK brands has grown by 130% year on year[1]. The study by RiskIQ, examined mobile apps owned by or leveraging the brands of 45 top UK companies across five vertical sectors, to give a snapshot of the threats facing UK organizations and their customers from 2015 to today[2].