November 2017

IT departments pose the biggest security risk to business

More than a third of IT professionals (35%) see themselves as the biggest internal security risk to networks within their organization, according to new research from Balabit, a leading provider of Privileged Access Management and Log Management solutions. IT professionals may understand what their most valuable assets are, but they are still struggling to safeguard IT assets against the unpredictability of human behaviour.

LANSA: 2018 Will Be the Year of Low-Code RealWire Thu, 11/30/2017 - 06:24

With the increasing realization that Low-Code technology can break the corporate application delivery log jam, the prospects for enterprise grade Low-Code tools are buoyant; particularly with mid-size organizations. Low-Code platform vendor LANSA, believes that 2018 will be the year of Low-Code. Here’s why:

Network Security Threatens Operator Revenues

Bristol, November 29: Research commissioned by Evolved Intelligence shows that an overwhelming 80 percent of mobile subscribers would lose trust in their mobile operator’s brand if it suffered an attack by hackers and fraudsters hijacking the network signalling system known as SS7. Indeed, some 25 percent of the customers said it was likely they would change their mobile operator as a result.

What’s more, when the research focussed solely on the customers who had suffered any form of attack, it found that 33% percent had changed or intended to switch provider. 

Invenias Continues to Pioneer Innovation with New GDPR Module

29 November 2017, London - Invenias, the leading cloud-based platform for executive and strategic hiring, has today announced the Invenias GDPR Module, which is the latest update to its flagship product Invenias 9. The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 will materially impact the way in which data is captured, stored, shared and moved. As a result, the working practices of the executive search profession will be required to be fully aligned with the requirements of the new legislation.

Using Movavi Video Editor In Online Marketing Campaigns

There are many different programs that you will need to use in modern online marketing campaigns. In the past, all you had to do was rely on text but nowadays we need to always focus on video use. People look for videos so modern marketing is all about high-quality video production. Thankfully, video editing is getting easier than it ever was. This is because of the different programs available. One that you surely want to learn more about is Movavi Video Editor.

Movavi Video Editor is great for online marketing campaigns because:

Major new study reveals the true ROI of database DevOps

DevOps is moving into the mainstream, and the database is now being included, but what holds many C-level executives back is the thorny issue of calculating the Return on Investment. They need to know that a change to the software development process as well as the tooling used will deliver tangible results.

To directly address this concern, Redgate Software today launched a new research study that reveals the benefits different stakeholders can expect from DevOps, and provides a powerful methodology for calculating the ROI of introducing DevOps for the database.

HD Streaming Surges to 38% of Mobile Video Traffic

REDWOOD CITY, Calif - November 21 2017 - Analysis of live operator data conducted by Openwave Mobility, the market leader in mobile data traffic management solutions, has found that 38 percent of all mobile video traffic globally is now High Definition (HD) - far beyond what mobile operators had predicted. While HD video was only 5.7 percent four years ago, it is now expected to reach at least 50 percent of video traffic by the end of 2018, reflecting the popularity of Over The Top (OTT) streaming video services such as YouTube and Netflix on mobile devices.

Review of Intel's Revolutionary New 3D Xpoint Storage Technology Kaya Johnson Mon, 11/20/2017 - 17:00

The computer world has been rocked recently by one of the biggest leaps forward in storage in over a decade. Intel have announced their revolutionary new 3D Xpoint technology, a format that can potentially provide up to 1,000 times the storage of an SSD card. It’s a major progression and what does it mean for the tech world?