Comes in the wake of accelerating demand for Connected Data's Transporter for Business.
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Connected Data announced that it is continuing its fast-paced growth as a provider of private file sync and share (FSS) appliances. The company is reporting that during the first half of 2015, it doubled its bookings and added over 50 new resellers globally. This financial milestone comes in the wake of accelerating demand for Connected Data's Transporter for Business family of private cloud storage appliances.
Connected Data is addressing the next wave of FSS appliances that it believes removes the risk, complexity and costs associated with public cloud services like Dropbox and Box. Designed to protect and secure business data onsite, Transporter private cloud appliances support employees' needs to sync, access and share files anytime, anywhere across their computers and mobile devices for maximum productivity.
SDL (LSE: SDL) introduced SDL Trados Studio 2015, the next generation of the world's leading translation software. A core component of SDL's language technology platform and an integral element of the award-winning Customer Experience Cloud, SDL has built on over 30 years of translation technology developments to deliver the most advanced translation software. With an intuitive new user interface built for personalization, Studio 2015 is designed to increase productivity while ensuring the highest level of translation quality, all in a look and feel that works best for each individual user.
To deliver a personalized and relevant experience there is a critical need to provide content in the language of each individual consumer. For organizations that operate globally, language can be determined by geography, location or personal preference and the ability to deliver content to customers – at every stage of the journey – is essential to the customer experience and the bottom line. With Trados Studio 2015, SDL has developed the next evolution in translation technology, bringing the power of translation further into its integrated language platform.
SDL (LSE: SDL) today announced that the company has partnered with digital consultancy Building Blocks on more than 60 successful joint technology implementations to improve customer experience for marquee brands, including Celebrity Cruises, Guinness World Records and Adama Agricultural Solutions.
The cloud benefits any company through cost savings and remote communications, among many other things. Charities are also adopting cloud computing to obtain the latest data and IT infrastructure management technologies. Storage, servers, and security are also managed by third-party providers. What benefits does the cloud offers charity organizations? We list a few...
The Internet of Things (IoT) is lauded by most as the next great revolution in technology. A world where every object we use has a sensor, enabling it to connect to the internet so it can communicate with each other and the user is a world that seems like something out of science-fiction. With the Internet of Things fast approaching, that world could become a reality very soon. Experts estimate that the IoT market could be worth as much as $1.7 trillion by 2020, with more than 50 billion devices connecting to the IoT by that time. But where will much of that growth come from? The U.S. is always near the forefront of technological developments, and China is in the middle of a massive economic expansion, but some are saying India will be the place to look for IoT growth, even becoming the largest consumer of IoT devices in five years. While some dispute the claims, it’s clear the future is bright for the IoT in India.
Big data seems to be all the rage these days. The same can be said of cloud computing. So it only stands to reason that the two would be brought together as companies start to realize just how effective both are at improving growth and increasing the chances for success. Big data platforms delivered via the cloud have become more and more popular over the past few years for good reason. Businesses see the value big data analytics and ad hoc analysis can offer, and one of the best ways to use it is to adopt a cloud platform for it. Deciding on using big data in the cloud is a relatively straightforward choice for organizations to make. Choosing which cloud big data platform to use, however, is a bit more complicated. Numerous factors need to be taken into account if businesses are to choose the best platform for them. Failure to consider their options could lead to bigger problems in the future.
FusionExperience, the business and data solutions provider, today announced that NovumIP has been named the Best Cloud Service for vertical markets by the 2015 EuroCloud Awards. NovumIP, the first end-to-end IP Portfolio Management application in the Cloud, allows businesses and law firms to manage and extract value from their intellectual property assets, as well as those of their clients.