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Transputec wins Cloud Security Product of the Year – Large Enterprises for Threatspike

I am delighted to announce that Transputec has been awarded the title of Cloud Security Product of the Year for Large Enterprises in the Computing Magazine Cloud Excellence Awards 2018, for cutting edge cyber-security solution Threatspike.

BA Hack: It's Time to Prevent Your Company From Getting Hacked

BA admits through a memo that their cyber security system has been compromised.

With every passing day, it is becoming more evident that even the largest companies in the world are struggling to keep up with advancements in techniques used by hackers.

Unfortunately, the difficult position that BA finds itself in now has no easy solution. A leaked memo released by The Register shows management at BA were already considering outsourcing their security operations to a third party, suggesting that they felt their internal capabilities were no longer sufficient.

Business growth will make you more of a cyber security target

New research recently published by Gartner has found that despite 95% of CIO’s expecting cyber security threats to increase over the next three years, only 65% of them currently have a cyber security expert in place.

Transputec selects NAKIVO VM Backup & Replication to Boost Cloud Services’ Resilience

I’m delighted to announce that Transputec has selected NAKIVO Backup & Replication to ensure robust VM recovery and fast VM backup for our growing TransCloud customer base.

Microsoft launches rollout of radical Office 365 updates

Microsoft recently announced a major rollout of updates to Office 365 in an unassuming blog post. For those of you who didn’t get the chance to read it, the tech giant said the changes were “inspired by the new culture of work and designed to deliver a balance of power and simplicity.”

Certainly, over the next few months, billions of Office users will experience updates for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.

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How to avoid getting hacked off at the World Cup

The FIFA World Cup kicks off in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow in a few days time. It will be the biggest sporting event in the world this year, with more than 1.6 million tickets already sold. Fans will be travelling from 32 different countries to the tournament. This would make them a very tempting target for cyber criminals.

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