Average data breach cost now over $4mn, shows 10% growth

According to data presented by Atlas VPN, the average financial damages caused by a data breach increased by nearly 10% year over year to $4.24 million (€3.57 million)in 2021. This is the highest spike since 2015.

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Eliminate IT bottlenecks with simplicity: Low code platforms hold the key

Albert Einstein famously said, “Genius is making complex ideas simple”. The digital transformation of industrial processes can be challenged by a cloud of data complexity, but a simplified IT platform can reduce the workload.

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octoScope announces availability of new octoBox software suite

octoScope, a Spirent company and the provider of accurate, repeatable and automated wireless personal testbeds, announced the release of octoBox software 2.0, a new version of the web user interface (UI) that controls octoBox testbeds.

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Bundled know-how for IIoT applications: cooperation between Moxa Europe and Robotron

Moxa Europe GmbH and Robotron Datenbank-Software GmbH announce their collaboration in the configuration and provision of IIoT platforms. The two partners are focusing on the “Industrial Internet of Things” applications in demanding industries such as process technology, oil & gas and energy technology. The first joint IIoT projects have already been realised for customers in

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Hospitality organisations must accelerate digital transformation to secure long-term recovery

As hospitality’s doors finally reopen, the sector is quickly getting a sense of the evolved “digital-first” world in which it’s now operating. The past year has seen a significant step change in the adoption of technology and digital services, but while some hospitality businesses were able to welcome online models, huge swathes of the industry

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Tableau, the data behind the information

Where SQL shines in analytics, queries, and calculations, Tableau is a visual tool for representing data points in a way that is meaningful but more importantly accessible to the less tech-savvy users.

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Virgin Media O2 selects Ericsson 5G core to power standalone network deployment

Ericsson has been selected by Virgin Media O2 to deploy cloud native, container-based dual-mode 5G Standalone Core on cloud infrastructure in the UK, paving the way for Virgin Media O2 to deliver ultra-fast connectivity to consumers and develop advanced enterprise use cases.

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Couchbase in IPO, lists on Nasdaq under BASE ticker

Couchbase has entered its next chapter as a publicly traded company, having begun trading on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “BASE.”

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Softing introduces software module for connecting modbus TCP controllers to IIoT applications

Softing adds to its Docker technology-based edgeConnector product family. The new edgeConnector Modbus is a flexible Docker container application for Modbus TCP controllers.

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Bairong Inc. launches Indra, a secure AI-powered multi-party computing platform

Bairong Inc., an independent AI-powered technology platform in China, has officially launched Indra, a groundbreaking secure multi-party computing platform that meets key privacy protection needs in the process of data development.

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IoT and your understanding of data

As cloud-based sensing and actuation along with compiling of data expands, we need to realise the lack of commonality in our understanding. Sometimes it’s just the words we use, sometimes it’s semantics, and still other times it’s our confusion of expected outcomes.

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First blended connectivity capabilities for IoT claimed by Soracom

Soracom, Inc., a global provider of advanced IoT connectivity, announced the launch of Soracom Arc, a service that allows anyone developing IoT solutions to leverage Soracom’s IoT platform using any internet connection, including cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite.

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IoT in desperate need of more robust identity and access management

The future of Identity and Access Management (IAM) in the Internet of Things (IoT) will escape the confines of user-focused identity and transition toward a more inclusive model.  The new multi-faced approach will include machine and system identity along with IoT device and platform management operations, according to a new analysis research report by global tech market advisory

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KX joins THINGS network and AWS’s ISV workload migration program

KX, the streaming analytics platform provider, has joined the Stockholm-based THINGS network. Among other applications, KX’s platform enables a number of Formula 1 teams, major investment banks and other industries to analyse their data in real-time; they do so on-premises, on the edge, in the cloud or in combination.

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Raxio Group continues its pan-African expansion by its next carrier neutral, colocation data centre investment

The Raxio Group, a pan-African data centre developer and operator, announced that it is establishing and investing in ‘Raxio Mozambique’, with a state-of-the-art, carrier neutral, data centre in Mozambique.

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How data preparation automation accelerates time to insights?

The amount of data generated and consumed are just massive. The advancement of technology makes sure that the amount of data that we deal with will only keep increasing in the upcoming years, says Yash Mehta, an IoT and Big Data Science specialist.

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