Tag Archives: data

Under Threat: Why Higher Education needs to lock down its data

Tim Wallen, Regional Director, UK&I , LogPoint explores why higher education colleges and universities are now under pressure to protect their data. Higher education institutions are under increasing pressure to protect their data. The open nature of campus networks and IT systems alongside the valuable intellectual property and sensitive information …

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Scandit Smart Data Capture Now Available in Pega Marketplace Providing unmatched speed, accuracy and intelligence for scanning via smart devices

Scandit’s Barcode Scanner SDK including MatrixScan is now available in Pega Marketplace. Enterprises are increasingly addressing these changing workforce dynamics to empower existing employees, reduce complexity and increase operational efficiencies. “Complimentary partners like Scandit are essential for extending value for our clients as their needs evolve,” said Jason Masciarelli, VP, …

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Tech Data Partners With Proofpoint on Email Security

Tech Data and Proofpoint are embarking on a new partnership that will increase availability of Proofpoint’s enterprise-grade email security solutions. “Email protection is a vital element of perimeter defences for all organisations now – from the largest global enterprise to small businesses with just a handful of workers – and we …

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e92plus partners with HelpSystems

e92plus has signed a UK partnership with HelpSystems to provide email security, data protection and secure file transfer solutions. HelpSystems’ data security solutions enable organisations to identify, secure and share their sensitive data in on-premise, cloud, or hybrid environments. “With their investment in best-of-breed security technology to cover the entire …

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Snowflake Expands Native Python Support and Data Access to Advance Programmability in the Data Cloud

 Snowflake’s launch of Snowpark for Python is a native integration with Streamlit for rapid application development and iteration, currently in development.  Snowpark, Snowflake’s developer framework, opened up a rich programming environment for data scientists, data engineers, and application developers to build scalable pipelines, applications, and machine learning (ML) workflows directly in Snowflake using …

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Exabeam Partners with Google Cloud on Cybersecurity Analytics Offerings

Exabeam is focusing on its security information and event management (SIEM) and cybersecurity analytics solutions on Google Cloud. “Exabeam is unlike any other SIEM vendor in that we leverage our machine learning-based, cyber analytics product to help security teams be more efficient,” said Michael DeCesare, CEO and president, Exabeam. “With …

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How the ICT industry can become the catalyst for green development across industries  

Yao Wenbing, Vice President, Huawei UK discuses how the ICT industry is uniquely placed to leverage energy efficiency as a means of accelerating green development across various sectors. The global energy crisis is impacting all our lives. Worryingly, experts warn that rocketing prices for households and businesses are yet to …

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Kingston Digital Releases Latest Hardware-Encrypted USB Drive for Data Security

Kingston Digital Europe Co LLP, has released its latest encrypted USB drive, Kingston  IronKey Vault Privacy 50 (VP50) with FIPS 197 certification and AES 256-bit hardware-encryption in XTS mode for data security. Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 50 supports Admin, User, and One-Time Recovery passwords with Complex or Passphrase modes. Admin can …

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How businesses can realise the full potential of data through web scraping

Julius Černiauskas CEO of Oxylabs, a premium proxies and public web data gathering solutions company, shares his insight into how current tools are changing the way we do business. Web scraping, the process of automating public data collection online, and proxies are intimately intertwined. Both of these tools have created …

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Smart Station tech and IoT-driven workflows ease understaffing

Britain’s rail network is understaffed, and this issue isn’t going anywhere fast; rail companies need to invest in the Internet of Things (IoT), adaptive software, and real-time data to help fill the gaps, says Chris Chinnapan, Sector Director at mpro5. Staffing has been a permanent issue for the last few …

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