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Apr

Transputec at HP Global Partner Conference 2014

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In March 2014, Transputec attended the annual HP Global Partner Conference 2014 (GPC) in Las Vegas.

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23
Apr

Transputec raced for Sport Relief

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In March Transputec launched their Sports Relief appeal. Employees from across the company dressed up in sportswear and including an employee who spent the whole day in rollerblades to raise money for Sports Relief. 

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10
Apr

The Heartbleed: massive security bug put your personal data at serious risk

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You may be wondering “what is this all about?” Everyone is talking about the Heartbleed bug and we are being told to change all our passwords. There is so much noise about this latest security vulnerability that it is causing some level of panic amongst IT professionals and productivity loss as people divert focus from their primary activities in an effort to understand their vulnerability.

What is SSL?
SSL, Secure Sockets Layer, is an encryption protocol for transmitting private documents via the Internet. SSL uses a cryptographic system that uses two keys to encrypt data − a public key known to everyone and a private or secret key known only to the recipient of the message. Most transactional websites use the protocol to obtain confidential user information, such as credit card numbers. There are many vendors of SSL technology and each has developed their encryption technology differently, therefore not all websites are vulnerable. The sites that are vulnerable are those that use OpenSSL, an Open source and non-proprietary software if it's running any version in the OpenSSL 1.0.1 branch.

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16
Dec

The all-encompassing cloud will come of age in 2014 – The age of the consumer

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The idea of life, the universe and everything being in one place... the cloud is here to stay - shadows and all.

It's a bold statement. Let me explain...

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10
Dec

How the BBC managed to rain on Mandela's parade

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Technology is shrinking the globe and flooding us with information. Technology enriches our lives. But we are all still at the mercy of human error.

I was moved by the Ceremony to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela. I watched the build-up to the celebration of Mandela's life and the unfolding ceremony held in that rain drenched stadium whilst sitting at my desk at work on my Mac. As I watched the BBC coverage, the twitter feeds and social media responses which accompanied it I was reminded of the first time I had watched such an event in this way... and how far we have come in cyberspace.

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04
Dec

Chancellor needs to stay on track in the autumn statement

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Being bullish in the China shop, being restrained at the dispatch box and opening up the market to 'peer to peer' investment models... All eyes on Osborne.

Remember, remember the 5th of December. We maybe in the depths of winter and the leaves have all fallen off the trees but this Thursday is a golden opportunity for the UK economy when the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement - hopefully something UK business will find memorable for all the right reasons. Business needs the Chancellor to make it feel warm with confidence not dazzled with fireworks.

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17
Oct

Feedback is precious and a golden opportunity to innovate

Posted by on in IP EXPO 2013

If you read between the lines news from the rare metals commodities markets might have you thinking the march of technology has ground to a halt. A recent piece in the Financial Times flagged a collapse in the price of obscure metals to their lowest level in years. Ruthenium, Iridium and Rhodium are all taking a nose dive of the world markets. These are three of those 'hard to get at' metals sitting in a deserted corner of the periodic table which are vital components in the machines which run our lives. Computer hard drives; smart phone screens and flat screen TVs, to name a small few, all depend on tiny slivers of these metals to make our world go around.

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25
Sep

Britain's Cloud Atlas will ignore geography and closes the gap

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Building railways and houses is one way to generate wealth across the nation but technology is probably better at refreshing the parts other initiatives cannot reach

As the Labour Party conference puts away it's bucket and spade and departs Brighton and the south coast it was the ebb and flow of opinions about the perceived North/South divide which struck me most about this year’s seaside gathering.  

Ed Balls began the week questioning whether funds for the HS2 rail link could be better spent elsewhere on housing and Harriet Harmon harped on about the need for a cost benefit analysis on the super-fast, super-costly project. Meanwhile, Maria Eagle reinforced Labour's commitment to the scheme.  But they have all got it wrong?  Narrowing the wealth gap and closing the North/South divide is not a really a physical or geographical challenge. It is technology which will make the difference and close these so-called economic gaps - not billions of pounds on rolling stock. The way to connect the country rests in the cloud - and I don't mean more internal flights. 

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30
Aug

Dropbox security system cracked by two developers

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According to a paper titled “Looking inside the (Drop) box”, two security researchers have successfully cracked Dropbox’s security bypassing two factor authentication and hijacking Dropbox user accounts.

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27
Aug

The rising of cloud security concerns

Posted by on in Cloud Services

Cloud Security is a rising issue in the world of cloud computing at this time. In the recent months, many cloud computing service providers have experienced various incidences of breaches and hacks into their cloud platforms, leaving client’s private information and data insecure and prone to theft.

Data Encryption (Transport Layer Security)
Data is the most important part of any organisation. In the case of any breach in the organisation’s data, the company can suffer great loss from the theft of vital information to as much as crippling of the entire organisation.

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