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LONDON, UK: With the schools out for summer, it’s time for Brits to pack up their suitcases and jet off to sunnier destinations, and a new survey from ESET has revealed most people won’t be forgetting their work-enabled mobile device in their luggage this year, with the anticipation of having to work while on vacation.

London, UK: MDS Technologies has teamed up with Becrypt to supply a secure remote access platform via its G-Cloud 5 CloudStore. Becrypt’s tVolution can be installed on a wide range of devices including laptops, tablets and USB sticks and offers a flexible and cost effective way to deliver secure connections to the Public Services Network (PSN) for staff working remotely. The joint solution has been delivered in response to specific requirements from MDS’ customers and partners, and is a prime example of agile SMEs working together to harness the G-Cloud to deliver services that meet the evolving needs of government and public sector organisations.

New York / London: Options has announced that it has partnered with Orchestrade Financial Systems to deploy its fully integrated position keeping, operations and risk management software to the Options platform. The partnership sees the IaaS provider offer clients a flexible, fully managed and hosted platform for cross-asset trading.

Costa Mesa, California: Emulex Corporation has announced the results of a study of 547 European and US network and security operations (NetOps and SecOps) professionals, which found that 45% of IT staff monitor network and application performance manually, instead of implementing proven network monitoring tools. The study, which was conducted during the spring of 2014, also found that 77% of respondents have reported the root cause of a network or security event to their executive team that turned out to be incorrect. Overall, 73% of surveyed IT staff said they currently have unresolved network events.

London, UK.: The College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State, in partnership with Tripwire, Inc., a leading global provider of risk-based security and compliance management solutions, today announced that the top 25 percent of vulnerability management contributors scanned their networks nearly continuously and had an average aggregate host risk score of 2.14 using the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).

Campbell argues that many local authorities don’t know what G-Cloud is – a lot of them think it's a product. In fact, only 70 councils surveyed could identify specific jobs or contracts they would use G-Cloud for. In just over 600 words, Campbell suggests that cloud services have the potential to revolutionise the public sector but G-Cloud isn't helping local authorities and councils to gain access to the leading edge cloud providers they need. Demand doesn’t necessarily create itself.

Frankfurt/London: Leading security vendor SecurEnvoy has increased its sales in the Australia/New Zealand (ANZ) distribution region by 40%. This growth has led to the company's first Australian based staff to better serve customers and channel partners. The 'bring your own device' (BYOD) trend is a major driver of the high demand for mobile security solutions. Companies have considerable interest in safeguarding the remote access methods used by their employees.