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M-Files surpasses 100 per cent growth in subscription-based annual recurring revenue in 2019

M-Files surpasses 100 per cent growth in subscription-based annual recurring revenue in 2019

Continued expansion of its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model drives growth with intelligent information management solutions in the UK.

Snom Academy makes partners fit for the future of IT

Snom Academy makes partners fit for the future of IT

Snom, the international premium manufacturer of professional and business IP phones, has significantly expanded the "Snom Academy" learning platform for its partners. In addition to classroom training, the platform now offers a variety of modular online courses, with content covering the VoIP and DECT markets and technologies.

Almost 20,000 fraudulent verification applications in the last five years

Almost 20,000 fraudulent verification applications in the last five years

3% of the professional verification applications processed by the DataFlow Group in the last five years have been found to be fraudulent, reveals TrueProfile.io, the provider of Primary Source Verification (PSV) services.

Tripwire Survey: 83% of security professionals feel overworked in 2020

Tripwire Survey: 83% of security professionals feel overworked in 2020

Tripwire, Inc., the global provider of security and compliance solutions for enterprises and industrial organisations, has announced the results of a survey examining how organisations are experiencing skills gap issues going into 2020. Dimensional Research conducted the survey, which included responses from 342 IT security professionals, in late December.

The rise of IPv4 address thefts: How can IP data centres ensure better security?

The rise of IPv4 address thefts: How can IP data centres ensure better security?

IPv4 addresses are becoming scarce, which emerges in thefts and scams. Due to the lack of tangible evidence, it’s challenging to investigate IP address thefts and find the source of a crime.

Cyber security industry in the UK is now worth an estimated £8.3 billion

Cyber security industry in the UK is now worth an estimated £8.3 billion

The UK’s cyber security industry is now worth an estimated £8.3 billion, with total revenues in the sector up 46 per cent from £5.7 billion in 2017.The sector has seen significant growth in annual revenue and employment, as well as considerable investment in early-stage companies

Human error to blame for 9 in 10 UK cyber data breaches last year

Human error to blame for 9 in 10 UK cyber data breaches last year

90 per cent of cyber data breaches were caused by user error last year, according to analysis of data from the UK’s Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) by the cyber security awareness and data analytics company, CybSafe.

New research by Sophos on the different cyber risk profiles of UK SMBs

New research by Sophos on the different cyber risk profiles of UK SMBs

Sophos has published new research into UK SMBs, revealing how IT security vulnerabilities can change as companies grow or become more established – and what this means for their protection. A report of the research findings, Securing Growth, is available.

Moving forward on 5G: Schneider Electric collaborates with industry peers in World Economic Forum Workgroup

Moving forward on 5G: Schneider Electric collaborates with industry peers in World Economic Forum Workgroup

By Steve Carlini, Vice President of Innovation and Data Center at Schneider Electric.

I must be honest and confess that my knowledge of the World Economic Forum (WEF) was limited to a once-a-year meeting in Davos-Klosters where the world's top leaders collaborate to shape global, regional, and industry agendas. The Forum's mission, as I understood it, was to improve the state of the world by bringing together leaders across industries and society – a pretty lofty goal.

Smartphones and the circular economy

Smartphones and the circular economy

What do you do with your old smartphone when you no longer need it? Chances are, you keep it. According to a survey conducted by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 45 per cent of UK households have two to five unused electronic devices at home. Here Neil Ballinger, head of EMEA sales at automation equipment supplier EU Automation, discusses smartphones and the circular economy.

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