Sustainability advanced and logistics problems solved through collaboration

Credit to Author: Jarkko Syrjälä| Date: Tue, 10 May 2022 05:00:32 +0000

To achieve sustainability, a start-up manufacturer quickly scaled its operations and reduced plastic pollution worldwide by partnering with a technical equipment wholesaler. Start-up companies, especially those focused on sustainability, face… Read more »

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Industrial Plant Sustainability and Profitability in the New Digital Economy

Credit to Author: Sophie Borgne| Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2020 18:26:50 +0000

It’s clearer than ever that we a need to be a part of the solution to the climate change emergency. Since Industry uses about one third of all energy consumed… Read more »

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Top 3 enterprise tech trends to watch in 2020

Credit to Author: Michelle Davidson| Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2020 09:46:00 -0800

If blockchain felt more like hype than reality in 2019, prepare for that to change. Industry watchers expect 2020 to be the year the distributed ledger technology matures and we see use cases that go beyond cryptocurrency.

Areas where experts envision growth include data security, the supply chain and electronic health records.

“Someone’s gonna hit me, but I think blockchain as it relates to data security (think access management) is going to have some landmark use cases in 2020,” Siobhan Climer, science and technology writer at Mindsight, said during a recent IDG TECH(talk) Twitter chat.

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Discover a Community of Experts Opening the Path to Digital Transformation

Credit to Author: Sophie Borgne| Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2019 13:16:03 +0000

Digitization is about much more than just technology. It’s also about collaboration and people. If you already understand this, you’re off to a good start. As our Industrial Automation EVP… Read more »

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Slack beefs up mobile security controls for Enterprise Grid

Credit to Author: Matthew Finnegan| Date: Tue, 06 Aug 2019 08:00:00 -0700

Slack today unveiled new security capabilities for Enterprise Grid customers, including tighter controls for admins who oversee mobile device access.

Enterprise Grid was launched in 2017 for Slack’s biggest customers, with additional features to support large-scale deployments. Among the 150 organizations now using Enterprise Grid are Capital One, IBM and Target. 

Slack has continued to build out security and compliance features for the software since its introduction, including the addition of enterprise key management last September.  

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Slack tweaks desktop app to be faster, more efficient

Credit to Author: Matthew Finnegan| Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2019 09:50:00 -0700

Slack has overhauled its desktop software, adding offline access and tweaking the software for faster load times.

Recent efforts to improve the desktop app were highlighted at Slack Frontiers last year and the coming update – which the company says will launch 33% faster than before – will be available to users “over the next few weeks.”

Calls made to team mates via the app should be a speedier too, up to 10 times quicker, Slack said. “That could mean the difference between showing up to a meeting on time or not,” the company said in a blog post Monday. “These moments saved can quickly add up, giving you more time to focus on the tasks at hand.”

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Zoom fixes webcam flaw for Macs, but security concerns linger

Credit to Author: Matthew Finnegan| Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2019 11:51:00 -0700

Zoom released a patch this week to fix a security flaw in the Mac version of its desktop video chat app that could allow hackers to take control of a user’s webcam. 

The vulnerability was discovered by security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh, who published information about it in a blog post Monday. The flaw potentially affected 750,000 companies and approximately 4 million individuals using Zoom, Leitschuh said.

Zoom said it’s seen “no indication” any users were affected. But concerns about the flaw and how it works raised questions about whether other similar apps could be equally vulnerable.

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