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OTTAWA, ONTARIO: March Networks has launched a new version of its industry-first GURU Smartphone Application. GURU 2.0 features a completely redesigned, workflow-based interface to help systems integrators and technicians find the information they need faster than ever. The app also includes new support capabilities, including new software video tutorials and a smart symptom filtering feature that speeds recorder troubleshooting.

New analyst report identifies adoption of cloud-based services is a one way express train in favour of adoption, but challenges lie ahead

· Number of businesses classifying themselves as ‘enthusiasts’ of cloud-based services has doubled in two years whereas those actively avoiding them has dropped by almost two thirds

· Confidence varies sharply with avoiders being the most likely to be very confident about their data security

· Views on IT security measures vary widely - enthusiasts view IT security as a key enabler; avoiders consider it an effective way to minimise use of cloud-based services.

LONDON, UK: Digital Guardian has announced the publication of ‘From No to Know’ - a new report by analyst firm Quocirca. The report highlights that for many organisations holding back the tide of cloud-based services adoption is almost impossible as the use cases are overwhelming. These include on-tap infrastructure, support for live-in-the-cloud business processes and the outsourcing of utility applications to third party specialists. The study also reveals that the challenge for many UK organisations will be not whether to accept cloud-based services but how well prepared they are for their

A recent analysis of the sporting gun market by Bonhams, one of the major players in this field, shows that the cult of celebrity has reached the gun world. Guns with VIP owners achieve significantly higher prices.

Dr Charlotte Heath-Kelly, counter-terrorism analyst at the University of Warwick says the prime minsiter's speech on the government's strategy to defeat Islamist extremism in Britain "represents a U-turn in government policy on 'radicalisation'" and is "confused as to whether integration is, or is not, linked to radical beliefs and behaviours".

London, UK: AppRiver, LLC, a leading provider of email messaging and Web security solutions, today released results from its Q2 Global Security Report, a detailed summary and analysis of malware and spam trends traced between April and June 2015.

During the second quarter of 2015, AppRiver quarantined 4.7 billion spam messages (81 percent of all email traffic), down from 5.5 billion spam messages in Q1, 2015. AppRiver blocked 165 million email messages with attachments that contained viruses in Q2. More than half (51 percent) of all spam traffic in Q2 originated from North America. Total spam traffic originating from North America and Europe accounted for 80 percent of all Q2 spam traffic.

It has been reported that hackers are working to break into federal agencies using a recently patched Adobe Flash Player vulnerability. The FBI has warned that it “has received information regarding a likely ongoing phishing campaign that started 08 July 2015 and was observed targeting U.S. government agencies.”

NEW YORK, NY: BalaBit has opened registration for the eCSI Hacker Playground, a global online competition designed for the Black Hat USA 2015 conference in Las Vegas where BalaBit will feature and manage the competition.