"You're basically saying, 'We had power failure in a location but unfortunately we were unable to continue operations from a secondary data center despite the fact that we spent hundreds of millions of dollars on it."
Empowers customers to fight back by detecting malicious activity as it appears on the Internet
San Francisco – July 28, 2016 – RiskIQ, the leader in external threat management, today announced general availability for its Security Intelligence Services, a ground-breaking new product that uses the Internet itself as a detection system to automatically defend a network from cyber attacks. Attackers use automation and can launch sophisticated attacks at very low cost by rotating and reusing undetected infrastructure. RiskIQ has provided defenders with access to Internet datasets, advanced analytics and machine learning to stay one step ahead. With Security Intelligence Services, RiskIQ now detects unknown threats at the source and tracks how attacks change and spread—in real-time.
Users can now more easily collaborate with global sales teams with real-time multilingual translation within the Salesforce platform
WAKEFIELD, Mass., 22nd June, 2016 – SDL today announced it has launched Global Team, a new app on the Salesforce AppExchange that empowers businesses to connect with their customers, partners and employees in entirely new ways across more than 100 languages.
Built on the Salesforce App Cloud, SDL Global Team is currently available on the AppExchange.
Whenever a new version of the SharePoint is about to be launched this “migration fever” catches many who just can’t wait for the dose of the feature-packed new SharePoint. But, an unsuccessful migration will only make things complicated, and you may find yourself riding on the road to nowhere. Nevertheless, the hard work pays off. The right preparations will ensure that you do the migration right and the SharePoint 2016 does exactly what it promises to do: work wonder for your organization’s collaborative content development.
Here is a list of top five points that you just can’t skip before you migrate to SharePoint 2016.
Global leader in content delivery streamlines website management for its own multilingual web properties to deliver improved customer experience and reduce internal costs
WAKEFIELD, Mass. – June 07, 2016 – SDL (LSE: SDL) today announced that Akamai, the global leader in content delivery network services, has rebuilt its corporate website and increased the effectiveness of its multilingual marketing efforts by leveraging SDL’s web and language technologies alongside specialized language services.
Akamai revolutionizes how businesses optimize the delivery of consumer, enterprise and entertainment experiences for any device, and its web presence is instrumental in demonstrating the value of its services. The company had previously been managing its corporate site in-house and had been using a third-party to manage translated regional sites through a translation proxy solution. To gain more control and to leverage the digital channel to the fullest, Akamai invested in bringing all of the sites in-house on an enterprise CMS.
Digital Transformation is bringing content, insights and experience together to generate value. The use of digital transformation helps enterprises to streamline their business processes which are essential for achieving ideal output. With the advent of upgraded applications, enterprises are investing major proportion of their revenue in digital technologies and in research and development for the organic growth of the company. Today, it has become important for all CXOs to look technology adoption in line with the business needs of each department and function.
The proliferation of digital channels such as Mobile, Social media on the one hand and disruptive technologies such as the Cloud, Internet of Things and Big Data on the other have created new opportunities for the enterprise providing a level playing field for companies, young and old. These technologies are used by enterprises to discover new revenue opportunities, improve features to their traditional systems, as well as help in improving their customer relationships, thus becoming qualitatively more efficient.
Bizagi 11 to help enterprises accelerate the speed of transformation
London, UK – June 1, 2016: Bizagi, a leading global provider of digital process automation software, today launches Bizagi 11 – The Digital Business Platform – a solution powerful enough to deliver rapid digital transformation effectively across a wide range of business environments.
The release of Bizagi 11 ensures the company continues its independently recognized technology leadership by providing a single, proven platform that delivers both efficiency and engagement improvements across employee and customer digital touchpoints. By easily wrapping legacy IT systems with Bizagi technology, enterprises of all sizes can seamlessly orchestrate processes, communication channels, data streams and devices to deliver the operational agility required by incumbent businesses to win in today’s disruptive digital economy.
London 31st May 2016: IOCS, the provider of the world’s first service automating end-to-end financial agreement processes, has today announced a full rebrand and unveiled its new corporate identity. Effective immediately IOCS will be known as Dealflo, a name that better represents its unique solution.
Dealflo is a Fintech pioneer, offering cloud based financial agreements automation to leading providers across sectors including motor and retail finance, banking and insurance. Its long term and rapidly growing user base stand as testament of the way Dealflo revolutionises financial agreement processes whatever their workflow, risk or complexity.
The new name better represents where the company is today and its vision for the future. Dealflo’s new look and tagline ‘Financial transactions re-imagined’ demonstrates its innovative approach - pushing the boundaries of financial agreement automation beyond traditional electronic signature providers. Dealflo decreases risk and cost whilst increasing conversion and sales.
SAN MATEO, Calif. – May 23, 2016 - Searchmetrics today announced it has secured nearly $8 million in new financing to fuel new growth opportunities and initiatives for the company’s award-winning search optimization and content performance software suite.
Searchmetrics, a leading vendor of global SEO software and analytics tools, has raised more than $31 million in equity funding over five rounds since it was founded in late 2007. Major investors include Holtzbrinck Digital and Iris Capital. The new financing, a 7 million euro ($7.96 million US) debt facility, comes from Kreos Capital, Europe’s leading provider of growth debt financing to high-growth companies.
“In Kreos, we found an ideal partner to refine and expand our investments in the product and in customer service,” said Searchmetrics Chief Executive Officer Volker Smid. “We look forward to continuing the momentum seen in the first five months of the year.”
Five key insights unveil technology trends and forecasts for the market future
SDL announced the release of its Translation Technology Insights research study, examining the role of technology in the translation industry. With nearly 3,000 respondents across 115 countries and nine languages, the survey findings are comprised of responses from freelance translators, employees of translation agencies and translation-related roles within business – making this the largest and most expansive within the translation industry to date.
With 30 years’ experience in the industry and over 70 percent market share, SDL is keen to better understand trends within the localization space and the challenges that stifle progress within it. The findings from this survey provide a realistic view of the issues, direct from the people within it. Centered around the role of technology within translation, SDL uncovered the following five critical insights...