Datto announces availability of Datto continuity for Microsoft Azure

Datto Holding Corp. , the global provider of cloud-based software and security solutions purpose-built for delivery by Managed Service Providers (MSPs), announced the commercial availability of Datto Continuity for Microsoft Azure, a comprehensive Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solution that protects MSPs and their clients’ data in the public cloud in the event of malicious ransomware

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Tollring launches new workplace analytics app for Microsoft Teams

Global software developer, Tollring, launches Analytics 365, new native app for Microsoft Teams, to deliver new high-level insights and analytics on the workplace. Analytics 365 delivers a holistic view of people, wellbeing and engagement, and is available.

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MYHSM makes full cloud payments solution available in AWS marketplace

MYHSM by Utimaco, announces its Payment Hardware Security Modules (HSM) as a Service is now available in AWS Marketplace. Customers can now directly connect to and deploy the MYHSM Service, providing Financial Institutions around the world with a full-cloud, multi-cloud or hybrid cloud payments strategy.

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Workz releases the open eSIM platform

Mobile IoT solutions provider Workz Group launches Multi-eSIM Hub (MeSH), the multi-tenant eSIM management platform that enables mobile network operators (MNOs) to manage the eSIM lifecycle across any mix of vendors, clients, entities, or locations, through a single platform. Before now, eSIM platforms operated as closed systems, otherwise known as walled gardens, making a multi-partner

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How 5G private networks are revolutionising industrial IoT performance

5G is gaining momentum rapidly with more than 170 operators having launched networks globally and over 260 additional operators investing to deploy the technology1, writes Sebastiano Di Filippo, Senior Director for IoT Business Development at Qualcomm Europe, Inc. There will be more than one billion 5G connections by 20232, with 5G reaching this milestone two

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IoT Contract Hot List – July/Aug 2021

IoT Hot List July and Aug 2021 Get the inside track on who’s winning what IoT business.

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Appian unveils latest version of the Appian low-code automation platform

Appian announced the latest version of the Appian Low-Code Automation Platform. The new release makes it faster and more efficient to build enterprise applications through major enhancements in low-code data, complete automation functionality, user interface (UI) creation, and application deployment.

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What does the edge mean for IoT?

A lot has been written about the IoT revolution and how the technology has the capability to revolutionise industries, transform productivity and unlock new levels of insight. But for those intrigued by the possibilities and looking to dip their toe in the water, the potential myths of high price point, infrastructure and connectivity challenges, as

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US$8bn market for IoT security services predicted on 4G and 5G networks by 2026

Global tech market advisory firm ABI Research forecasts that by 2026, Internet of Things (IoT) cellular connections will number more than more than 3 billion. 4G LTE and LPWA networks will bear the brunt of these new connections and drive a US$8 billion market for IoT security services, says the firm.

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Vodafone expands Curve range with new solution for pet owners

Vodafone is evolving Curve range with the launch of its Pet tracker pack comprising Curve, the smart GPS tracker, new pet features in the Vodafone Smart App, and a Pet tracker clip.

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How to accelerate industrial performance with a digital thread of information

When looking at the different functions across an industrial enterprise today, think product and machine design, production engineering, plant operations, and supply chain, you will find many legacy software applications where data is locked up. For manufacturers, data siloes typically build up in systems used for day-to-day planning and operations, including enterprise resource planning (ERP),

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Subex rebrands IoT and OT cybersecurity product as Sectrio

Subex announced the completion of the rebranding exercise of its Internet of Things (IoT) and Operational Technology (OT) cybersecurity product Subex Secure. Subex Secure will henceforth be called Sectrio.

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Commit buys Israeli tech firm ITSoft to bolster its team-building model and cloud of people

Commit, a global technology services company focused on custom software and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, is reportedly expanding through the acquisition of ITSoft.

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BigChange mobile workforce technology drives business growth for Brewster Bros.

Recycled aggregates and waste management specialist Brewster Bros. has doubled its business with the help of the latest mobile workforce management technology from BigChange. The cloud-based system has completely automated the sales process, from initial enquiries through to order fulfilment and invoicing, as part of a move to paperless working.

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A third of suspicious emails reported by employees are phishing

33% of emails employees report as phishing are either malicious or highly suspect, according to new research. The finding comes from an analysis of emails reported by employees from organisations across the globe during the first half of 2021, and highlights the efficacy of employee-led efforts in preventing cyber attacks.

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Connectivity and device management doesn’t have to be complex with a unified, holistic view

Charlene Marini is the chief product and marketing officer at Pelion, the provider of connectivity and device management platform and services, that has established itself as a fully-owned subsidiary of Arm. Pelion focuses on enabling enterprises who want a unified solution that delivers a holistic view of their IoT network that allows them to control

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