Information Technology

Founder of Support Revolution Named As Tech Leaders Award Finalist

23 August 2017: Mark Smith, Founder and CEO of Support Revolution, a third-party support and maintenance provider of Oracle and SAP systems, has been named a finalist in this year’s Tech Leaders Awards as ‘Disruptive Leader of the Year’. 

Founded in 2012, Support Revolution is the only UK headquartered, third-party support and maintenance provider of Oracle and SAP systems. The company provides first-class support to Oracle and SAP customers whilst saving their customers between 50% and 90% on their support bills.

Flexera announces collaborative Software Asset Management vision to fix today’s complex and broken software supply chain RealWire Thu, 08/17/2017 - 07:32

Maidenhead, UK - August 17, 2017 - Flexera, the company that’s reimagining how software is bought, sold, managed and secured, laid out a game-changing Software Asset Management (SAM) vision today during a global Live Streaming Event. The company is pioneering a new collaborative plan to repair the broken software supply chain and reduce the risk, waste and unpredictability of buying and managing software.

How to Choose the Ideal Business Intranet Solution for Your Company

Intranet solutions are at the heart of many businesses today, helping to facilitate a seamless flow of information across all levels of the organisation and streamlining the core business processes. In an agile work environment, a business intranet helps the employees to stay connected with each other and correspond over a secure shared network.

WatchGuard’s New Fireboxes Chew Through Encrypted Traffic 94 Percent Faster Than Competitors

15 August 2017 – WatchGuard® Technologies has announced hardware upgrades to its Firebox® M Series to handle the rapid proliferation of encrypted web traffic and offer more flexibility. With the new M470, M570 and M670 appliances, users can add additional network modules to increase the number of copper or fibre ports available to support the growing use of 10G fibre in midsize enterprise data centres. The new Firebox M Series appliances also enable users to inspect encrypted traffic with industry-leading performance with all security services enabled.

New web interface for IBM i performance management solution available

PETERBOROUGH, NH – July 27, 2017 – The new web interface for SUPERMON for iSeries, the IBM i performance management solution from SoftLanding® Systems, a division of UNICOM® Global, provides an easy, convenient way for companies to keep a watchful eye over the performance of their entire network of IBM i systems.

The SUPERMON for iSeries web interface displays real-time metrics for multiple IBM i systems in an interactive performance dashboard, as Jim Fisher, SoftLanding Operations Manager, explains:

10 Steps To Improve Intranet Engagement The Hub Thu, 07/27/2017 - 05:56

The modern social intranet has changed the traditional company intranet forever as their functionality and ease of use is no different to social networking sites, which makes collaboration much easier than before. By taking the key steps to boosting engagement through your intranet, you can foster better communication amongst your employees, helping to improve the performance and productivity of your business.

RiskIQ Reveals Digital Footprint Snapshot – On-demand, Cost-Effective External Asset Intelligence Report

LONDON, UK – July 25, 2017 – RiskIQ, the leader in digital threat management, today unveiled RiskIQ Digital Footprint Snapshot, which provides organisations with an automated, on-demand intelligence report of their internet-facing digital assets. Snapshot reports offer a quick, easy, and cost-effective way to discover and understand the diverse, distributed, and dynamic set of digital assets connected to an organisation outside the firewall.

In an Evil Internet Minute, £656,393 is Lost to Cybercrime, Reveals RiskIQ

London, UK, 19 July, 2017 – With cybercriminals costing the global economy £345 billion last year alone[1], Digital threat management leader RiskIQ has examined the growing volume of malicious activity on the Internet to reveal the inaugural ‘Evil Internet Minute’. In a single evil internet minute, close to £656,393 is lost to cybercrime and 1,080 people fall victim. Despite businesses’ best efforts to guard against external cyber threats, spending up to £109,942[2] in 60 seconds, bad actors continue to proliferate online.

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