Development · Management · Security

Research on Internet of Things: 3 trends for companies

The most exciting innovations in the field of Internet of Things (IoT) can be found on the workfloor. At the same time, companies are reluctant to invest in smart devices. The reason? Uncertainty about the possibilities and returns. That’s what researchers from McKinsey write in an interim publication about a research into IoT in business. The first results show 3… Continue reading Research on Internet of Things: 3 trends for companies

Government · Security · Software

DSD Europe offers ThreadStone vulnerability scan

DSD Europe has signed a distribution agreement with ThreadStone. The vulnerability scan of ThreadStone, ThreadScan, will soon be taken by DSD partners as a monthly subscription via the DSD platform.  ThreadScan is a fully automated scan, specially developed for SMEs. Weekly, monthly or quarterly, all online equipment and systems connected to the Internet are scanned in a… Continue reading DSD Europe offers ThreadStone vulnerability scan

Management · Security

IT4Kids gala presented by Gordon

After the successful fundraising gala of last year, the Foundation IT4Kids also organizes a gala this year.”The goal is to ask for the 400 thousand kids in the Netherlands who can not play for financial reasons.” With the help of donations from the gala, we want to help these children, “said chairman of IT4Kids Mirjam Roos. on Saturday 28… Continue reading IT4Kids gala presented by Gordon

Security · Software

Microsoft and Facebook connect 160 TBit / s internet cable between US and Spain

A new submarine internet cable connects Europe and the United States (US). It is a cable with a maximum capacity of 160 terabit per second to transport data. The data cable should improve connectivity between both continents and beyond. The project is the work of Facebook, Microsoft and Telxius Telxius. The project lasted just under two years, which… Continue reading Microsoft and Facebook connect 160 TBit / s internet cable between US and Spain

Cloud · Government · Security · Technology

Bloomberg: HPE says goodbye to 5,000 employees

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is planning to say goodbye to 5,000 employees, which is ten percent of total staff, Bloomberg reports  . It is expected that the surgery will start this year and affect employees worldwide, including managers. The reductions, either fired, would take place worldwide and continue this year. The announcement comes shortly after HPE CFO Tim Stonesifer HPE announced… Continue reading Bloomberg: HPE says goodbye to 5,000 employees