Trend Micro MacOS apps “accidentally” steel browser history users
Trend Micro's macOS apps were recently removed from the App Store after the apps were found to be uploading browser history. The security company now claims that the apps 'accidentally' stole the browser history.
The theft would be due to the reuse of code from other applications for the business ma... Read more
Cisco presents AI hardware powered by 8 GPUs
Cisco Systems has created a system specifically for artificial intelligence. This is the UCS C480 ML M5, a four-rack unit server especially for deep learning workloads. The server should be available later this year.
UCS servers combine compute resources with networking and storage capabilities, as ... Read more
SAP: number of active blockchain apps limited, but interest is high
In a survey of 250 customers, SAP noticed that blockchain is still being actively monitored. 92 percent of respondents see opportunities in technology, while 84 percent today are actively engaged in blockchain-related activities.
The SAP survey of our own customers shows that only 3 percent of our c... Read more
Consumers are very concerned about data security
Consumers seem to worry more and more about their data. At a time when data leaks, data abuse and data-related scandals seem to be in the news more and more often, this is no surprise either. Research now confirms that consumers are worried about their data.
This is the conclusion of research by Sal... Read more
Salesforce introduces new automation features for marketers and sales people
Salesforce has unveiled new features that allow sales and marketers to use its services more productively. The two biggest additions will be available for Sales Cloud. In addition, the business-to-business marketing platform Pardot will be updated.
The first new tool for Sales Cloud is Work Queues.... Read more
Microsoft extends support Windows 10 for enterprise
Microsoft extends its Windows 10 autumn updates support from 18 to 30 months for enterprise users and schools. The amendment will take effect from the upcoming October 2018 Update.
Microsoft's current 18-month upgrade cycle is proving to be too fast for many companies. They are used to a slower upda... Read more
eBay builds its own servers for its data centers and makes designs open-source
Over the past two years, eBay has been improving its information technology infrastructure. Now the company has reached a milestone. The webshop has finished its own designed servers. At the end of the year the server designs are made open-source.
The plan was to create its own hardware and an artif... Read more
QNAP makes 3 slot quad-core NAS TS-332X available
QNAP informs Techzine about the introduction of the TS-332X, a NAS that supports three SATA M.2-SSDs of 6Gb/sec. The processor, a 1.7 GHz Alpine AL-324 quad-core Cotrex-A57 processor, is sourced from Amazon subsidiary Annapurna Labs.
The device has 2 GB or 4 GB DDR4 RAM, depending on which model is ... Read more
HubSpot expands Enterprise offerings with Sales Hub Enterprise and Service Hub Enterprise
HubSpot has expanded its Enterprise offering with two new products. It concerns the Sales Hub Enterprise and Service Hub Enterprise. The company has also announced updates to the Marketing Hub Enterprise.
HubSpot has merged the new products into the Enterprise Growth Suite. This suite is designed to... Read more
IBM helps farmers with AI prototypes that measure soil quality
IBM AgroPad is a paper card that, in combination with an app, can measure soil quality thanks to machine vision and AI. The app shows the exact amount of chemicals in water and soil samples. Expensive lab tests with long waiting times are no longer necessary.
Farmers who want to know their soil qual... Read more