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Security Think Tank: Understand data assets and risks for insurance success

Cyber insurance is on the rise for a number of reasons, one being the need for businesses to mitigate risk by sharing it with...

Cloud backup saves data after fire destroys school

Data from The Academy secondary school in the seaside town of Selsey was restored just hours after a fire destroyed most of the premises,...

Apple Enhances iOS Backup Encryption in iOS 10.2; Reincubate First to Support it

Reincubate's flagship product, the iPhone Backup Extractor, is the first in market backup recovery software that supports the latest security updates made in the...
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How Big Data is Improving Cyber Security

Big data and analytics is showing promise with improving cyber security. 90% of respondents from MeriTalk’s new U.S. government survey said they’ve seen a...

Disaster Recovery: The Cloud Changes Everything

In a recent report, Gartner looks at the growing field of disaster recover as a service, and finds how this cloud-based approach differs from...

Google levels up its cloud machine learning with new services

There's an arms race among public cloud providers to provide businesses with the best machine learning capabilities. Enterprises are increasingly interested in creating intelligent...

Ensuring data security compliance – no matter where your organisation is located

The benefits of cloud adoption – including increased employee productivity, and reduced operational costs – are enabling businesses to become more global and interconnected. Organisations...

Building an API in 60 seconds, without any server setup

The model is talking about booking her latest gig, modeling WordPress underwear in the brand latest Perfectly Fit campaign, which was shot by Lachian...
Disaster Recovery Game Changer

Disaster Recovery Game Changer

According to reports by the US government, disasters are bound to occur, and estimates of 1 in 4 businesses usually don’t get to survive...

Cloud spend to jump to 34 per cent next year

This year, just above a quarter (28 per cent) of an average organisation’s IT budget went on hosting and cloud services. Businesses are increasingly relying...
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