A partnership between the two sees Capgemini UK become a value-added reseller of Unisys Stealth cybersecurity software and in the process bring a better level of protection to its customers.
The new forum is hoping to become a catalyst for adoption of the “open optical” standard that will be able to be a counterpart to software defined networks [SDN].
The space agency is putting on a contest to help it destroy objects in the earth’s atmosphere and will be offering prizes worth up to $35,000 to those that develop the best solutions.
Legal action is being taken against the company after it allowed a five-year-old boy to spend $66 on Marvel Run Jump Smash after just five minutes of play.
The security software company noticed a proliferation in malware during 2013 especially that which was attacking mobile devices and point of sale installations.
Get ready for guest speakers, panels and advice aplenty come the autumn, along with the big Startup Battlefield competition featuring a £30,000 prize.
The new cables have been developed in conjunction with a number of partners and will allow data centres to handle much higher speeds over long distances.
The company’s head of Firefox explained that the firm wouldn’t be delivering a version of its browser for iOS due to the fact that its technology isn’t welcome in the App Store.
With the appointment of a TrustyCon facilitator as its new CISO, Yahoo is signalling its intention to win over the trust of web surfers.
When Android 4.5 arrives this summer, it could be accompanied by a Nexus 8 running an Intel Moorefield CPU – or such is the latest rumour.
ZTE’s LTE broadband offering can shift heavy data around, unlike conventional narrowband digital trunking solutions which provide just voice and limited data capacity.