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RealWire is an award-winning online press release distribution service with over 10 years of expertise and is first choice for many of the UK’s top digital PR and internet marketing professionals. RealWire has been the UK’s leading innovator in press release distribution introducing a Social Media News Release option in 2007 and its patent pending targeting system, PRFilter, in 2010.

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New Research: 61% of Fashion Shoppers Put Price Above Sustainability as Living Costs Rise

Consumers want online fashion retailers to address sustainability by offering slower deliveries, enabling apparel repairs and reducing product returns

NEW YORK and LONDON (October 4, 2022) - New research suggests that 57%[1] of consumers want fashion to be more sustainable. But with living costs rising, 61% will prioritize price over sustainability when shopping for fashion. 55% agree that sustainable fashion is often too expensive.

Upstream’s Mobile Identity: Online identification and first-party data collection in a post-cookie world

London, October 4th, 2022 – MarTech experts, Upstream, say its new patented technology can identify up to 85%[1] of a website’s visitors allowing for accurate and efficient mobile marketing in a fully private and compliant way. Upstream’s newly introduced Mobile Identity technology, part of the company’s mobile marketing automation platform, Grow, comes in time to address the digital advertising industry’s search for new identification methods, necessary due to the upcoming demise of third-party cookies.

Logicalis UK&I officially named a 2022 UK’s Best Workplace™ in Tech

Logicalis UK&I’s supportive and collaborative environment is just one of the reasons why its employees believe it is a great place to work

London, UK, 30th September 2022: Logicalis UK&I, an IT solutions and managed service provider, announces it has been recognised as one of the UK's Best Workplaces™ in Tech, 2022. The list was launched by Great Place to Work® UK, ranking Logicalis UK&I 59 out of 67 medium-sized organisations.

Simpson Associates officially named a 2022 UK’s Best Workplace™ in Tech!

“We hire great people who contribute both on a personal and technical level” is just one of the reasons why employees at Simpson Associates believe they are a great place to work!

York, UK, 28th September 2022: The 2022 UK’s Best Workplaces™ in Tech list was launched this morning by Great Place to Work® UK, recognising Simpson Associates among the medium size ranked organisations.

WatchGuard Threat Lab Reports Decrease in Malware Volume, Surge in Encrypted Malware and Actively Exploited Office Vulnerabilities

The Emotet comeback continues as threat actors target SCADA systems

28 September 2022: The latest Internet Security Report from the WatchGuard Threat Lab, shows a reduction in overall malware detections from the peaks seen in the first half of 2021, along with an increase in threats for Chrome and Microsoft Office and the ongoing Emotet botnet resurgence.

OpenLogic by Perforce and the Open Source Initiative Announce 2023 State of Open Source Survey

MINNEAPOLIS, September 27, 2022 – Perforce Software, a provider of solutions to enterprise teams requiring productivity, visibility, and scale along the development lifecycle, today announced the beginning of their 2023 State of Open Source Survey – a collaboration between OpenLogic by Perforce and the Open Source Initiative (OSI), a non-profit that raises awareness and adoption of open source software (OSS).

The survey, which measures the day-to-day use and management of open source software, will run through November – with the resulting data used as the basis for the 2023 OpenLogic and OSI State of Open Source Report.

SaaS Data Was the Target of 51% of Ransomware Attacks in the Last 12 Months

SAN FRANCISCO - September 27, 2022 - Odaseva, the leading enterprise data protection platform for Salesforce, today released the findings of a global survey that shows that organizations are largely unprepared for ransomware attacks on their data stored in SaaS platforms. Attacks on SaaS data are an increasingly common cybersecurity target, and they succeed in encrypting SaaS data half the time, leaving only half of the victims able to fully recover. Differentiating from other ransomware studies, the survey queried senior data professionals at large enterprises of 10,000 employees or more.

Ransomware attacks are successfully targeting both SaaS and cloud data

Paying the ransom is still the most common response to a ransomware attack

Although progress has been made, organisations are still paying out

New research from Databarracks reveals 44% of organisations that suffered a ransomware attack, paid the ransom. 34% recovered from backups, while 22% used ransomware decryption tools.

The findings come from the Databarracks 2022 Data Health Check. Running since 2008, the annual report surveys over 400 IT decision-makers in the UK on Ransomware, Cyber, Backup, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity.

Quocirca Future of Work Study Tracks Rise of the Employee-centric Hybrid Workplace

London, UK, 27th September 2022: Quocirca today published the third edition of its Global Print 2025 study, analyzing how print and digital convergence is shaping today’s workplace. ‘The Future of Work, 2025’ reveals that post-pandemic transformation is proceeding at pace and that the role and requirements of the modern workplace are undergoing fundamental changes. As the energy crisis and ‘Great Resignation’ add increasing complexity to decisions by both employers and employees on the balance between home and office working, changes are set to continue.

The in-depth study was conducted among 1021 office workers and 521 IT decision-makers in SMBs and large enterprises in the UK, France, Germany, and the US.

UK Energy Providers Inundated with Customer Calls Due to Price Hikes, Infinity Data Reveals

London, 27th September 2022: Infinity, the global call intelligence and speech analytics platform, can today reveal that it has seen significant spikes in call volumes to utilities providers using its platform relating to energy price cap increases. Infinity’s call data shows that there was a week-on-week increase of 50.1% in calls between March 20th and 27th, the week preceding the April 1st price hike. A spike of 10% could also be seen between August 28th and September 4th, the week Ofgem announced the October 1st price cap increase.