Cook cooked and becomes Chief Customer OfficerArkivum has a digital one of these, accessed as a serviuceUK Archiving-as-a-Service product startup Arkivum has a new CEO, Guy Yaniv, who has been appointed three months after its new chairman, Jim McKenna, took office.He is a member of the UK s great and good, we understand, with his LinkedIn profile listing three current and three former board chair positions, He has been chairman of East London University, a member of the Senior Salaries Remuneration Committee in the Cabinet Office and was COO of software house Loigica from 1993 to September 2008.Arkivum said this about Cook s work and Yaniv s appointment: Arkivum has enjoyed rapid growth and has established itself as a market leader, and with Guy at the helm, the company is now well positioned to scale its business whilst building on its domain expertise, unique offering and valuable client base.Guy YanivYaniv himself said: The business has grown 300 per cent year-on-year over the past two years, expanding into new markets and securing an impressive array of customers.McKenna s canned quote said: Guy brings with him skills and expertise that will help us drive the business to the next level of growth and market penetration.He comes with an enviable track record in senior leadership positions and extensive experience of operating in global markets, which will prove critical in building competitive advantage, delivering exceptional customer experience and tapping into new revenue sources.
'Significant' number of people affected yet 'incredibly small' portion of usersBeleaguered remote support tool maker TeamViewer has apologized for blaming its customers for the recent spree of PC and Mac hijackings.While TeamViewer maintains there was "no hack" on its end, public relations head Axel Schmidt told El Reg that the software house was sorry it used the term "careless" to describe folks who reused their TeamViewer passwords on other websites that had account logins stolen, such as LinkedIn and MySpace.Late last week, TeamViewer pushed out new security protections designed to help stem a tide of attacks in which PCs were remotely hijacked and used to make fraudulent money transfers and purchases using their locally stored account credentials.Finally, TeamViewer wants customers who were breached to get in touch with it and upload their log files.In particular, the company wants to hear from any customers who believe their accounts were breached despite having two-factor authentication enabled.Users are also being directed to contact local police to report the incidents, in part because German data laws restrict how much customer information TeamViewer can share outside of official channels.
Who needs humans when you have Elfinite?This project by Marcin Rapacz and Bartek Oliwa aims to create a robotically aggregated lists of articles.Fans of tech will receive interesting tech articles based on their interests and gleaned from their click patterns.The team has a deep background in sociology and analysis and Rapacz was an R director at Comarch, a Polish software house.We want to utilize Artificial Intelligence to categorize, evaluate, enrich and process the content, said Rapacz.We see huge potential in Natural Language Processing and Natural Language Generation.
Atlantis Computing, the software house that produced a VDI virtual desktop infrastructure offering and then expanded into general virtual server acceleration and on into hyper-converged appliances, is scaling its product line back to workspace software and hyper-converged appliances, with consequent job losses.USX – pool and abstract all storage SAN, NAS, Flash, RAM, DAS, Hybrid Arrays, and Public Cloud and deliver virtual storage volumes to any application.An Atlantis statement says: "To drive long-term profitability in its business, Atlantis will focus its product and go-to-market efforts on offering both software and HCI appliances for the workspace market."Atlantis will be able to achieve this goal without the need for additional funding.However, as a result of right-sizing the business and its virtual workspace strategic focus, the company will take steps to restructure its organization and increase operational efficiencies, which will affect a number of employees that are not already engaged in the workspace business."2009 – December – Bernard Harguindeguy becomes CEO.
Adobe says a buggy installer is the reason some people have two different versions of Flash Player on their Windows PCs.The software house told The Register it had to create an additional build of the browser plugin specifically for Microsoft's Internet Explorer after the version made for other browsers – such as Mozilla's Firefox and Microsoft's Edge – wouldn't install properly for IE.So, for example, if you have Internet Explorer and Firefox on your machine, you'll have two slightly different copies of Flash that should be functionally the same."This new version fixed an installer bug that caused a false error dialog to appear on systems that had Internet Explorer running during certain updates," an Adobe spokesperson explained.Specifically, the update was erroneously telling users that it required admin clearance, while still installing in the background.To remedy the issue, Adobe posted a new installer with a bug fix specifically for IE.
Cyanogen Inc. seems to be in trouble.A report from Android Police cites "several sources" that say the three-year-old Android software house will be laying off 20 percent of its workforce.The guy that originally started CyanogenMod.CyanogenMod—A free, open source, OS heavily based on Android and compatible with hundreds of devices.Anyone can download and flash the OS to a compatible device.The Android Police report says "roughly 30 out of the 136 people Cyanogen Inc. employs" are being cut, and that the layoffs "most heavily impact the open source arm" of the company.
PC fix-it site Bleeping Computer has hit back at Enigma Software's defamation lawsuit with several counterclaims that accuse the software house of running a "smear campaign" to discredit it.In a notice posted to its site, Bleeping Computer, a New York state company, says that it has accused Connecticut-based Enigma of, among other things, defamation, cybersquatting, deceptive and unfair practices, and trademark infringement.The lawsuit PDF from Bleeping is in response to Enigma suing Bleeping Computer for defamation and false advertising after it posted opinions of Enigma's Spy Hunter software and critical reviews that Enigma says were "biased" and "misleading" to the public.Bleeping, however, claims that Enigma is the one engaging in misleading and covert tactics."Enigma's lawsuit is plainly nothing more than an attempt to bully and censor Bleeping Computer, and to deter anyone who might criticize it – one more attempt in Enigma's long pattern of threats, intimidation and litigation," Bleeping says."Worse, however, is that all the while, Enigma has been engaged in aggressive, secretive, and cowardly attacks against Bleeping Computer, including ripping off Bleeping Computer's content and pretending it was authored by Enigma, repeatedly misusing Bleeping's registered trademark to trade upon its goodwill, and publishing blatantly false claims about Bleeping."
software house Data report July-September results early in the morning.Software company Data operating profit adjusted was eur 33.7 million in July-September.a Year ago, the respective period of the operating income of 38.6 million euros.Reuters compiled by forecast anticipates the company's adjusted operating profit increased 42.2 million.Seven analyst forecasts range 39.0–45.3 million euros.earnings per Share were eur 0.37, when years ago it was $ 0.40 per share.
BitLocker encryption is disabled as part of the Windows pre-installation environment.Exploitation scenarios are limited and users should not be overly alarmed, as attackers would need to have laptops in hand during the update, or be in a position to trigger an update in order to pop open the command line interface.Noted Windows trainer and senior technical fellow with software house Adminize Sami Laiho reported the flaws to Microsoft and says Redmond is rushing out a fix."There is a small but crazy bug in the way the feature update formerly known as upgrade is installed," Laiho says."This sadly allows for access to the hard disk as during the upgrade Microsoft disables BitLocker."Worryingly, a security operations tech for an international enterprise environment told The Register that attackers could use the mess to steal BitLocker's encryption keys by booting a live Linux image from the CLI.
Comptel-store Nokia is confirmed as the leading telecom operators support services provider, nokia's head of notes.network equipment manufacturer Nokia offering software company Comptelista based on nokia's desire to increase the company's autonomy software business.Nokia reported on Thursday making a total of 347 million euros, the value of the offer to purchase Comptelista.We want to build a much bigger software house Nokia , Nokia app - and analyytiikka business operations director Bhaskar Gortin justify offering from nokia's point of view.Gortin spoke on Thursday in Helsinki news conference, which was held for reporters and analysts.Purchasing Comptel Nokia is able to strengthen its market position as the leading telecommunications operators in the support services provider, Gortin said.
Comptel-store Nokia is confirmed as the leading telecom operators support services provider, nokia's head of notes.network equipment manufacturer Nokia offering software company Comptelista based on nokia's desire to increase the company's autonomy software business.Nokia reported on Thursday making a total of 347 million euros, the value of the offer to purchase Comptelista.We want to build a much bigger software house Nokia , Nokia app - and analyytiikka business operations director Bhaskar Gortin justify offering from nokia's point of view.Gortin spoke on Thursday in Helsinki news conference, which was held for reporters and analysts.Purchasing Comptel Nokia is able to strengthen its market position as the leading telecommunications operators in the support services provider, Gortin said.
a security hole may be found a criminal instead of an ordinary user or a hole to find a specialized good-natured hacker, i.e. a white hat.Iiro Uusitalo has a day job in a software house, but he does at night and in the evenings, a white hat thing to four other Finnish security expert with Rot-group."I'm in the last year have noticed the hard way that, in most cases, that notification of the holes can be difficult.If it is a high-risk incident, I tried to bomb them on the phone and email, but I have a limited amount of time to reach them," Uusitalo explains Tivi interview.in January the news was that ticketmaster's ticket to the store to find the orifice, it was possible to hijack the user's account and of this buy the most tickets.He informed the firm in September, but the opening is not at any stage been fixed.
Photos: Pekka Karhunen, ALMA TALENT ARCHIVEAccountorin include Procountor and Tiko combines operational.What about whether they have the skills to implement the growth of demand patterns?Right now his leadership is being waged ”a positive employer-employee negotiations”, where the objective is to Accountor group of financial management software house of Procountor and Tikonin operational aggregation.He told reporters that the cooperation has worked companies, management teams and employees.the Response is Schreyn according to be good, but as expected also, many of the employee the back of my head gnawing fear in the workplace, when two competing companies go to combine.
Military comms developer says Android and iOS are trampling its patentsA software company that makes tracking tools for military and 911 crews says some of the biggest mobile phone makers on the planet are stealing its technology for their own security tools.AGIS Software Development LLC this week filed suit in the East Texas District Court against Apple, LG, Huawei, ZTE and HTC for violating four of its patents related to tracking the location of mobile devices.AGIS is no patent troll, but rather an established software house in its own right.The company develops a mobile and desktop app called LifeRing that is intended to allow military units, law enforcement, and emergency first responders to track individuals through their mobile phones or tablets.The company also holds a number of patents, including the four it says are being used by consumer phone makers in their own tracking tools:
game company supercell for the majority of last year bought a chinese giant Tencent is a real cinderella story.Less than 20 years it has grown from a small software house department into an international technology giant.Tencent originated in 1998, when it was known to the instant message service QQ:sta.Initially, the program is not reaped success, but now it is already more than 860 million active monthly users.over the Years the company has expanded, inter alia, entertainment-, game - and the banking sector.When the company was listed on the Hong kong stock exchange in 2004, was its turnover of around 1.2 billion Chinese yuan or about 103 million.
game company supercell for the majority of last year bought a chinese giant Tencent is a real cinderella story.Less than 20 years it has grown from a small software house department into an international technology giant.Tencent originated in 1998, when it was known to the instant message service QQ:sta.Initially, the program is not reaped success, but now it is already more than 860 million active monthly users.over the Years the company has expanded, inter alia, entertainment-, game - and the banking sector.When the company was listed on the Hong kong stock exchange in 2004, was its turnover of around 1.2 billion Chinese yuan or about 103 million.
In the latest earnings call, NetApp CEO George Kurian said: “At the start of Q2, we acquired Greenqloud, a private startup company that created a cloud services, orchestration and management platform for hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments.Greenqloud augments our team and accelerates our leadership in hybrid services by providing NetApp with the scalable architecture, unique technology and expertise that enhances our ability to integrate and deliver cloud data services.”The acquisition was not large enough to classed as significant financially.Greenqloud’s founding and funding history is this:2010 - founded in Reyjavik, Iceland, by Eirikur Hrafnsson and Tryggvi Larusson,2014 - undisclosed venture funding,
Networking giant Cisco has announced plans to acquire hyperconvergence software company Springpath in a deal worth $320 million.Founded out of Sunnyvale, California as Storvisor back in 2012, the company launched out of stealth three years later as Springpath.Cisco actually led Springpath’s $34 million series C funding round in 2015, and the duo worked closely together to co-engineer Cisco’s HyperFlex, a hyperconverged system that combines software-defined storage software (from Springpath) with networking and compute.Cisco was rumored to be considering buying Springpath as far back as last August.Though Cisco is better known for its data center and networking hardware, it has long intimated its intentions to transition into becoming a software company — last year it bought out Internet of Things cloud service Jasper for $1.4 billion, while earlier this year it snapped up app performance management company AppDynamics for $3.7 billion.“This acquisition is a meaningful addition to our data center portfolio and aligns with our overall transition to providing more software-centric solutions,” said Rob Salvagno, Cisco’s vice president of Corporate Business Development.
erp systems do Futursoft Oy find keys to success through specialization.He's coming from Sweden, where Futursoftin stock was sold last fall.”Futursoft was sold to Vitec Software Group, because of the growth limits to the point that the three of us in a private shareholder was difficult to take action again to the next stage.we wanted To secure the good of our history and keep up the growth path.”the Car - and mechanical engineering smes, the erp, i.e. erp systems and related support services offered Futursoftin turnover has increased in the last couple of years about 20% per year.in a few years it begins to produce fruit.”
When you think about dead companies walking, BlackBerry was clearly one that came to mind, but under the leadership of CEO John Chen, the company is actually making a comeback as a software company focused on security, and it’s latest quarterly earnings report suggests the pivot is working splendidly.The company reported revenue of $249 million, which shattered analyst’s expectations of $220 million, according to published reports.The surge was led by record software revenue, which came in at $996 million, a year-over-year increase of 26 percent.The company also reported record gross margins of 76 percent up from 67% last quarter and 62% a year ago.CEO John Chen was justifiably pleased and Wall Street rewarded the company stock, which started the day at $9.90 per share and was sitting at $10.44 at the time of publication.It had been as high as $10.79 earlier in the day.
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