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Face mask detecting CCTV Cameras coming to a shop near you

CCTV Cameras that can detect if you are wearing a face mask or not are being installed in shops across the UK because of increasingly non-compliant customers. Shops across the UK are using technology to help staff tackle awkward customers who will not wear face masks in their stores. The …

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AMD EPYC processors offer 30% performance on data analytics workloads to Microsoft Azure data explorer users

AMD’s Azure Data Explorer, a Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution for data exploration and near real-time analytics, now comes with access to Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines featuring AMD EPYC processors. AMD collaborated with Azure compute and Azure Data Explorer, to enable the Azure Data Explorer service to now offer …

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Login VSI Releases Login Enterprise 4.3

Login VSI has announced the general availability of Login Enterprise 4.3. The release includes performance improvements and an enhanced API, enabling customers to easily integrate Login Enterprise 4.3 into their existing automation and workflows. Customers can drive Login Enterprise configurations via the new read/write APIs to automate acceptance, load, and …

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IBM and ServiceNow help businesses use AI to automate IT and reduce costs and risk

 IBM and ServiceNow are developing a new joint solution, which will combine IBM’s AI-powered hybrid cloud software and professional services with ServiceNow’s intelligent workflow capabilities and IT service and operations management products. The solution will help to gain deeper insight into AI-driven data, create a baseline of a typical IT …

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Research reveals streaming reaches all-time high during lockdown

Online video is more popular than ever with the average global viewer watching nearly eight hours (seven hours, 55 minutes) per week. With consumers homebound during the pandemic, 46 percent of UK viewers signed up to additional streaming services and video viewing increased 14 percent in the past year. This …

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Voxility delivers scalable 100Gbps bandwidth to serve demand from cloud, gaming and video content    

Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, Voxility‘s scalable bandwidth offering delivers 100Gbps bandwidth across its global network with greater cost-efficiency. Customers can combine flexible IaaS with low-latency Internet access to connect and optimise applications and services. The company offers enterprise-grade hardware and network equipment in the best inter-connected Internet hubs, as well as …

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86.4% of UK&I businesses prioritise employee empowerment in their future workplace strategy

 NTT Ltd. has released its 2020 Intelligent Workplace Report ‘Shaping Employee Experiences for a World Transformed’, which highlights that the pandemic has put employee wellbeing at the forefront of the business agenda. Almost four-fifths (77.6%) of UK&I-based organisations agree that home-working during the pandemic has been challenging for employees. Connectivity and workspace …

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Zoom outlines future of virtual communication at Zoomtopia 2020

 During the vision keynote of Zoomtopia 2020 Zoom Video Communications, Inc. unveiled major developments to its platform. Some of the more significant developments to the Zoom platform inlude: OnZoom: An online event platform for Zoom users to create and host free, paid, and fundraising events. . Zoom users can sign up …

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iPhones could lose up to 35% of their value in coming weeks

With the 2020 Apple Keynote just around the corner, Apple fans are eagerly awaiting news about the latest handsets. However, those who are looking to get their hands on the new model need to be aware of the best time to trade in their old device to get the highest …

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Analysis reveals two key reasons behind 65% of GDPR fines

New analysis from Exonar has revealed that organisations across Europe have suffered GDPR fines to the tune of £313m by failing to have appropriate security in place and storing unsecured data. So far 50 penalties totalling £482m* have been issued under GDPR, with the vast majority (almost 65%) down to these …

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