Information Technology

OutSystems Recognised as a 2019 Top Rated Low-Code Platform for the Third Year in a Row by TrustRadius

LONDON - 9th April 2019 - OutSystems, provider of the number one platform for low-code rapid application development, today announced that it has been named a 2019 Top Rated Low-Code Platform by TrustRadius, the most trusted site for business technology B2B software reviews. 

This distinction, based entirely on the feedback and rating from end users, evaluates the likelihood-to-recommend ratings and evaluation frequency by buyers. OutSystems was named one of the best low-code software platforms with a score of 8.9 out of 10 among 125 reviews as of April 3, 2019.

What Is Your ERP System Lacking?

An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system ties everything in your organization together and allows you to take advantage of big data to grow your business. However, not all ERP systems are created equal, and some lack essential features.

About 50 percent of companies surveyed state that they plan to either implement or upgrade an ERP system. If you already have an ERP system in place, you might wonder what you should work toward for improvement. Fortunately, there are some common areas where ERP systems fail that you can focus on to improve all your business processes and data processing.

OKI Expands Revenue Streams for Customers of the Pro8432WT White Toner Printer with Addition of Interchangeable Black Toner

New update to ‘ROI in a box’ printer enables transfer printing on both white and dark backgrounds, expanding business opportunities for print shops

Egham 2nd April, 2019 – Designed to increase print for profit potential, OKI’s Pro8432WT White Toner Transfer Media Printer has received a ground breaking new update, enabling end customers to switch between white and black toner. This will allow print shops to extend their service offering to printing true black on light colour garments or textiles and materials.

New Global Study of Financial Sector Shows Deep Concern About Third-Party Cyber Risk, Reveals Major Opportunity to Improve Monitoring and Reporting

London, UK — 2nd April 2019 — BitSight, the Standard in Security Ratings, and the Center for Financial Professionals (CeFPro) today released a joint study shedding light on how financial institutions are addressing challenges associated with third-party cyber risk. Based on a survey of financial services professionals from around the world, the “Third-Party Cyber Risk for Financial Services: Blind Spots, Emerging Issues & Best Practices” report found that managing third-party cyber risk is critical to their businesses, but a lack of continuous monitoring, consistent reporting, and other blind spots are creating challenges that could leave organisations vulnerable to data breaches and other consequences.

Unbabel Wins UK National Innovation Award with Concentrix Partnership

  • Winners in the “Blending Human & Artificial Intelligence” category
  • Chosen by a panel of 60 senior customer service leaders
  • Enterprise multi-language solution wins competitive section including Astute, Noetica and Synthetix

London, UK; Lisbon, Portugal. 29 March 2019. Unbabel, the leading enterprise multilingual support provider, has won the UK National Innovation Award for “Innovations in Blending Human & Artificial Intelligence”.

Brexit far more difficult to prepare for than Y2K, Eggplant survey reveals

London, UK, 26th March 2019: 81% of businesses are likely to review or update existing business processes and software as a result of Brexit, a survey from Eggplant, the customer experience optimization specialist today revealed. The survey also found that 65% of organizations believe it is certain or very likely that Brexit will impact software systems and processes.

When it comes to an organization’s systems, 57% believe the impact of Brexit to be far more complex to prepare for than Y2K/the Millennium Bug, a problem in the coding of computerized systems that was projected to create havoc in computers and computer networks around the world at the beginning of the year 2000.

International Humanitarian Technology NGO to partner with the Datacloud Global Congress in Monaco 4-6 June 2019

London/Monaco, 25 March 2019 - BroadGroup, the information media technology company, is proud to announce that Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) will be participating at the 16th Annual Datacloud Global Congress taking place in Monaco at the Grimaldi Forum 4-6 June 2019 (http://www.datacloudcongress.com/). Conference delegates will have the opportunity to learn more about how TSF helps to provide the world’s disaster zones with much needed access to communications.

CIOs and Employees Differ on Data Ethics, Ownership and Root Causes of Insider Breaches

25th March 2019, London: People-centric data security company Egress today announced the results of its first Insider Data Breach survey, examining the root causes of employee-driven data breaches, their frequency and impact. The research highlights a fundamental gulf between IT leaders and employees over data security and ownership that is undermining attempts to stem the growing tide of insider breach incidents.

Employee Intranet: What is it and Why Every Business Should Have One?

Employee intranet isn't the latest buzzword in HR, that’s for sure. It has been around for some time, however, back in the day, the intranet was a simple database whereby employees could access documentation and information that related to their role, and that is related to the business as a whole. With time employee intranet has changed and grown. Rather than being an entirely one-way communication tool, it has become a place to share information and knowledge, all in one place.

WatchGuard Finds Explosion of Attacks Targeting Leading Web Conference Solution

WatchGuard’s Internet Security Report also shows growing use of a new sextortion phishing malware customised to individual victims

21 March 2019 – Network attacks targeting a vulnerability in the Cisco Webex Chrome extension have increased dramatically according to WatchGuard® Technologies. In its latest Internet Security Report for the last quarter of 2018, they were the second-most common network attack. The vulnerability was first disclosed and patched in 2017 and attacks were almost non-existent in early 2018, but WatchGuard detections grew by over 7,000 percent from Q3 to Q4.