HubStor adds support for Google drive to its backup-as-a-service platform

HubStor, a cloud data management provider, announced the availability of its Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) and Archive-as-a-Service (AaaS) offering for Google Workspaces with support of backup, recovery, replication, and archiving of Google Drive. The announcement continues HubStor’s expansion of its BaaS unified backup and archive platform.

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Microblink is bringing AI-driven ID scanning to web browsers

Microblink’s software for identity document scanning, BlinkID, works on all major web browsers.

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Protection for cloud-based applications from Trend Micro

Trend Micro Incorporated, the provider in cloud security, announced the availability of its Trend Micro Cloud One Application Security, a cloud native security solution for modern applications and APIs. Delivered as part of its platform, Cloud One Application Security provides code-level visibility and protection against the latest cyber threats.

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Making production processes more sustainable: How industrial software can simplify sustainability

In 2015, government leaders from around the world reached the Paris Agreement, pledging to keep global temperature increases to below two degrees celsius. Achieving this goal requires a significant shift in energy globally, both in terms of generation and use in energy-intense markets such as the industrial sector. Here, George Walker, managing director of Novotek UK

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Natural Cycles notifies FDA for wearable birth control

Natural Cycles, which claims to be the first and only FDA-cleared birth control app in the United States and CE-marked birth control app in Europe, announced that the company has submitted a 510(k) Premarket Notification to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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How the industrial IoT is creating a safer workforce

“The robots will steal our jobs!” has become a well-worn cry in recent years, as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and automation gain traction. And gain traction they have, says Mikael Schachne, CMO and VP Mobility and IoT Business, BICS.

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VR means business: How organisations can harness the power of virtual reality

Evidence is building that virtual reality (VR) has the potential to supercharge corporate training, says Justin Parry, co-founder and COO of Immerse.

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GeoSpock attracts another $5.4mn investment to speed adoption of database tech

GeoSpock has announced $5.4 million (€4.60 million) in additional funding. This is to accelerate the development and adoption of what is claimed to be the fastest, most scalable database on the market. This strategic investment round brings the total GeoSpock has raised to date to more than $32 million (€27.28 million).

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Artificial intelligence plays a major role in the IoT

Businesses across the globe are leveraging the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) in various industries to create new and optimised business opportunities.

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Senet wins $16mn funding to spread adoption of low power wide area networks and solutions

Senet, Inc., a provider of cloud-based software and services platforms that enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the Internet of Things (IoT), has secured a US$16 million (€13.75 million) funding round led by Fisk Ventures.

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BSS research uncovers gains that could reap big operator rewards

Commissioned by MDS Global, a research report by telecoms analyst house STL Partners has revealed that fully embracing digital business support systems could enable operators and service providers to unlock a 34% boost to their current profit margins for enterprise services. The report The Digital BSS Dividend says that digitising BSS systems will allow operators to increase EBIT profit margins

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Seebo raises $9mn to help OEMs prevent production losses

Predictive quality and yield solution for manufacturers, Seebo completed a US$9 million (€7 million) funding round.

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Closer to the edge: How edge computing will drive Industry 4.0

We’ve been in the process of transitioning to Industry 4.0 (aka the fourth industrial revolution) ever since the German government coined the term in 2011. It’s proven to be a long and complex journey, and by 2025, the World Economic Forum has estimated that the worldwide impact of Industry 4.0 will reach UK£2.7 trillion(€2.9 trillion)

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Nintex expands cloud options for organisations in Asia Pacific

Nintex, the global standard for process management and automation, announced that in response to customer demand for cloud-based workflows its flagship process automation platform Nintex Workflow Cloud is available to organisations in Australia and New Zealand through a Microsoft Azure data centre in Victoria.

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Connected devices have a key role to play in an era of pandemics

Technology has a history of helping to track and treat viruses. And, with the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, people are rightly asking themselves how new technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and Big Data can be employed to slow down the proliferation of pandemics and

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AIoT: The powerful convergence of AI and the IoT

From fictional characters like Joey and Phoebe in Friends to the hamburger & fries combo for foodies, the greatest and most powerful duos have existed throughout the history of mankind. They may have a unique individuality but when clubbed together boom! Together, says Dinesh Soundararajan of Contus, they create an awesome and wonderful impact.

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