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Aircall again earns over $100 million in annual revenue

Aircall again earns over $100 million in annual revenue

Call center software company, Aircall has reportedly topped 100 million dollars in annual recurring revenue. Aircall reported annual recurring revenue of over $100 million and plans to grow in Madrid and Singapore as it prepares for a potential stock market IPO. In addition, Aircall stated th... Read more

date4 days ago
Visma acquires Teamleader

Visma acquires Teamleader

Visma announced the acquisition of Teamleader, a Belgian developer. Its software is used by more than 60,000 entrepreneurs. Visma serves over 1.2 million customers in Europe and South America. The organisation focuses on software for accountancy, consultancy, accounting, procurement and HRM. The... Read more

date10 days ago
Siemens orders surge as pandemic pains ease

Siemens orders surge as pandemic pains ease

Siemens experienced a surge in Q1 orders, causing its shares to rise sharply. The German engineering and technology group announced the boom on Thursday. Orders surged 52%, according to the company, which also makes trains and factory software. The surge is attributed to customers stocking up on... Read more

date5 months ago
Norway’s Visma considers 2023 IPO after 16 billion euro valuation

Norway’s Visma considers 2023 IPO after 16 billion euro valuation

Enterprise software giant Visma is eyeing a potential 2023 initial public offering. The company is now valued at $19 billion The company said it has expanded its shareholder base through a secondary sale to leading institutional investors: Aeternum Capital, Government Pension Fund Norway (Folket... Read more

date10 months ago
Half of Python Libraries in Package Index have security issues

Half of Python Libraries in Package Index have security issues

Researchers in Finland have examined the open-source software libraries in the Python Package Index and found that it is riddled with security issues. The researchers found that PyPI, as it is popularly known, has potentially vulnerable code in nearly half the index. The research was published i... Read more

date11 months ago
Use of serverless computing tripled over the past year

Use of serverless computing tripled over the past year

The latest study by Datadog reveals the upward trend for using serverless computing technologies, based on data collected from thousands of companies and their supplier's customer database. The report focused on how these companies deploy serverless technologies in their functions and use them i... Read more

date1 year ago
Google brings major industrial platform OSIsoft to its cloud

Google brings major industrial platform OSIsoft to its cloud

Google announced on Thursday that it is collaborating with OSIsoft to help enterprises deploy the latter’s PI Core industrial operations platform on Google Cloud. OSIsoft is based in San Leandro, California, and is one of the biggest players in the software for industrial sector market. It was... Read more

date1 year ago
Google demonstrates Spectre exploit that enables data-leaking

Google demonstrates Spectre exploit that enables data-leaking

On Friday, Google released proof-of-concept code for conducting a Spectre-based attack on its browser (Chrome). This was a way for the company to show how web developers can protect themselves from browser-based side-channel attacks. The code was posted to GitHub. A detailed look shows how an at... Read more

date1 year ago
Red Hat introduces Free RHEL

Red Hat introduces Free RHEL

When CentOS Linux parent company Red Hat announced that it was shifting focus from CentOS Linux, the rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), to CentOS Stream, CentOS users were not happy. To appease them and to keep the promise it made to Open-Source organizations, Red Hat is introducing a new,... Read more

date1 year ago
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