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The White House, Washington

Yesterday, after more than 50 years, we began to change America's relationship with the people of Cuba.

We are recognizing the struggle and sacrifice of the Cuban people, both in the U.S. and in Cuba, and ending an outdated approach that has failed to advance U.S. interests for decades. In doing so, we will begin to normalize relations between our two countries.

Networks have become a strategic business asset that glues together the data, the applications, and the users. With networks and data centres at the heart of critical activities, end-users expect consistent, high-quality applications delivery at all times. It is no longer sufficient to troubleshoot performance problems after they have impacted business activities negatively. Integrated network health solutions must expose imminent issues proactively, before they degrade to become costly problems.

LONDON, UK: Nuix has joined the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance program. Nuix and McAfee are now working to integrate capabilities of the Nuix Engine with McAfee Enterprise Security Manager.

Reading, UK: IGEL Technology has updated its firmware for its Windows Embedded Standard 7 thin clients (version 3.09.100). The update allows IT administrators to use the "Secure Mode" function during VNC shadowing on IGEL Windows thin clients. Together with the latest IGEL Universal Management Suite (from 4.7.110), this feature offers even more possibilities when it comes to meeting company compliance requirements. When the Secure Mode is activated, all VNC sessions within the network are logged. IP addresses, users, the date and the time are recorded in a log file. In Secure Mode, the UMS Server also initiates the provision of mirroring via an SSL tunnel. This prevents client-to-client connections as well as unauthorized access. The VNC Secure Mode can be enabled manually and can also be used selectively for mixed operation or for special user groups with higher security levels.

Company has increased its investment in customer success by 150 percent this year

LONDON UK: Lancope, Inc. has unveiled a newly enhanced, world-class customer success organisation to help customers embrace proactive, lean-forward cyber security strategies. This year, Lancope increased its investment in the customer success organisation by 150 percent, and appointed a new vice president of customer success, Ken O’Reilly. Moving forward, the company is furthering its commitment to help customers achieve their security outcomes with a plethora of new offerings across four main pillars: customer success management, technical support, professional services, and learning and development.

Bristol: ForgeRock Inc. has revealed its 2015 technology predictions. The company expects to see increasing demand for identity platforms that provide massive scalability and flexibility in order to accommodate customer, partner and device identities, in addition to those of employees. Identity is increasingly critical to the digital economy because it both protects consumer privacy and provides enterprises with greater visibility into customer preferences, so they can offer new services and additional opportunities for engagement that drive revenue, customer loyalty and brand equity.

 

THE Armed Forces Covenant Annual Report has been presented to Parliament today and details the progress over the past year.

In 2014, over £100m has been awarded through the Armed Forces Covenant to projects and schemes that benefit personnel, veterans and Armed Forces families, including: