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8 Intelligence-Driven Health and Safety Approaches to Adapting Operations

Alan Stoddard, VP & GM, Verint Situational Intelligence Solutions discusses 8 emerging features of intelligence-driven platforms that are allowing organisations to centralie communication and information sharing, implement new processes and enhance overall situational awareness. For many businesses, the initial steps towards reopening after the disruptions caused by the global health …

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Launch of Redstor Marketplace gives MSPs enhanced data management control

Redstor has launched its Redstor Marketplace, a self-service portal for MSPs designed to simplify and speed up backup, recovery and archiving of customers’ on-prem and cloud data, including Microsoft 365 and G Suite. This well priced solution is accessible to businesses of all sizes. MSPs are placed in full control, …

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Kingston Digital releases 128GB capacity addition to DataTraveler 2000 encrypted USB

 Kingston Digital Europe Co LLP, has released its 128GB DataTraveler 2000 encrypted USB flash drive. This new addition features an alphanumeric keypad that allows users to lock the drive with a word or number combination for an easy-to-use PIN providing an extra layer of protection. For additional security, an auto-lock feature …

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Research from Nortonlifelock reveals pandemic tech crunch hit families hard

New research from NortonLifeLock, has revealed that technology dependency for working and learning during the pandemic hit parents hard. Parents were caught off guard with neither the time nor the tech to give kids safe access to online learning. According to ‘Pandemic Parenting’ – a study of 5,000 parents across …

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Solidatus expands senior team with round of multiple hires

Solidatus has made a series of strategic hires in support of its recent growth and the significant acceleration of its ambitious business vision, during its most successful year to date. John Tobin joins following 15 years at Goldman Sachs, taking up his role as Data Architect at Solidatus. Previously a Senior Engineer …

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Kramer’s end-to-end solution for 4K auto-switching/scaling over HDBaseT

Kramer has introduced a multi-input transmitter and receiver that provides switching and scaling up to 4K60 4:4:4 to power the meeting spaces of today. The KIT-400 enables end users to store pre-defined room setups, meaning meetings can be started instantly and connections to wireless host devices, such as the Kramer …

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Wipro and ProcessMaker join forces to upscale efficient workflow management

Wipro Limited  and US-based software company ProcessMaker, have entered into a partnership agreement for delivering innovative workflow management to Wipro’s customers in Latin America. This collaboration will leverage Wipro’s proprietary technology platform iCaaS (Intelligent Content as a Service) along with ProcessMaker’s Workflow automation platform to deliver Cognitive Content Automation solutions …

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TP-Link delivers Omada Cloud networking business solution for 100% centralised cloud management

 TP-Link has unveiled three new products in its Omada range.  Omada SDN integrates network devices, including access points, switches, gateways to deliver a complete centralised cloud management for highly scalable networks controlled from a single interface. It provides fast, reliable wireless connections with Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6, as well …

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Technology partner relationships becoming more equal, New CompTIA research brief finds

Relationships between technology companies and the partners they rely on to sell, refer and consult on their products and services are evolving from alliances dominated by vendors to true partnerships, according to a new research brief published by CompTIA. The widespread adoption of cloud computing and the emergence of an …

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Okta appoints Alvina Antar as CIO

Okta Inc. has appointed Alvina Antar as its new Chief Information Officer. Antar formerly headed up subscription-management company Zuora, where she spent six years as the company’s first ever CIO, leading it through a successful IPO in 2018 and seeing its revenue grow from $30 million to $300 million. Prior to …

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