Tech Leaders Make a Bold Statement, Predicts These Companies Will Undoubtedly Fail in Three Years or Less

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Previously Published to News Break One year into the pandemic and our world is becoming the ultimate ghost town. We’re seeing a massive exodus from the West Coast, businesses closing doors, and workers being laid off in numbers from those that had never been laid off before. Tech says there’s an app for that but so many fail to listen! In an annual Kong survey, more than 400 senior technology decision-makers were polled across a broad range of US and European industries, the general consensus was that if businesses refused to modernize, they’d be next to be featured in the Smithsonian. According to the 2021 Digital Innovation Benchmark report, 51% of tech leaders expect a majority of businesses to go under, or be acquired, by 2024. These leaders went so far as to state that companies lagging in digital innovation may live only three years — and, that’s if they rush to do something now. In fact, nearly 89% of respondents went on to explain that by creating new digital experiences, businesses could easily combat the challenges faced by the pandemic and that these interests should serve as critical to their organization going forward. In 2020, only 75% of respondents […]

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Striata’s New SDR Enforces Privacy in Cloud-Based Systems

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Previously published to TMC Net’s Cloud Computing Magazine For those migrating to cloud-based systems, there has been slight hesitation where security is concerned. Within reason, there are many companies that are more precautious when moving proprietary and confidential information to a “free for all” type of platform. Then, there are those that realize cloud-systems may actually be more secure than their own in-house servers, and enjoy the benefits of monitoring and lockout. Likewise, there are those that refuse to become part of the shift, out of fear of data loss and hijacked information. Striata – a company dedicated to Customer Communications Management software and document security technologies – launched an innovative Secure Document Repository (SDR) Solution. This solution brings enterprises, both large and medium, six layers of protection, bringing enhanced data protection. What’s better is that this solution not only keeps data secure within the cloud, but it also protects data once it leaves the cloud. With a new strategy in enforcing privacy within the cloud system, this SDR focuses directly on data breaches that plague the global community to ensure safe defense in daily operations, especially for those who regularly access or work within the cloud.   For many companies, […]

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Axway Acquires Appcelerator, Both Entities Continue to Expand Enterprise Potential

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Previously Published to TMC Net’s Communications Developer Zone Two entities came together in the name of enterprise business and accessibility, as Axway, driver of business critical interactions for enterprise business, acquires Appcelerator. Known for a platform utilized in mobile app development amongst customers such as T-Mobile, PayPal and GameStop, the acquisition of Appcelerator means a totally new direction for Axway, as it expands B2B service incentives for new and existing clientele. Appcelerator brings Axway competitive leverage by implementing mobile and API solutions into the new business initiatives at Axway.  Axway, previously without mobile capabilities, will now be able to service clientele through end-to-end solutions that will allow corporate data to become accessible on mobile. Appcelerator creates solutions, delivering native cross-platform apps, quickly and by bringing mobility to the life of any data source, utilizing cloud-technologies. While no purchases price has been disclosed in the matter, it is said that this acquisition was a “cash on the table” deal. Perhaps the most important element in the deal, however, was that nothing at Appcelerator would be changed. The company’s purpose will simply expand. Because the product and brand has such a strong influence in the corporate world and a mutual customer base, […]

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China Mobile Adopting NFV Solutions to Improve Telecommunications Structure

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Previously Published to TMC Net’s NFVZone China Mobile is migrating systems into smarter and more agile networks. To do this, they are adopting the ZTE Corporation’s Network Function Virtualization (NFV), as their means in optimizing networks to allow for faster speeds and better connectivity to user devices. Through this adoption, China Mobile will find that systems are easier to manage. A provider in a country with the highest world population, this seems to be a great move towards innovation and improved performance, where networks could easily become congested.  This shift will be essential in ensuring high performance abilities during the workday rush.In addition to the network solutions being made available to China Mobile, ZTE is implementing smaller, more manageable stations to ensure connectivity and decongestion throughout the virtualized network. With such high populations, these small substations would be considered checkpoints to verify functionality. “ZTE is committed to work with China Mobile to accelerate the deployment of integrated small base stations and build the highest-performance TD-LTE networks,” said Bai Yanmin, Vice President of ZTE. “ZTE’s products can enable operators to shorten response times to network malfunction, and make it faster to deploy new services for users.” An NFV-based Gateway solution contributes […]

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