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SAP public cloud migration requires architectural rethink

While almost three-quarters (74%) of in-progress SAP S/4HANA implementation projects are being deployed on public clouds, analyst Gartner has urged IT leaders to avoid simply mirroring their on-premise setups in the cloud. Gartner’s Top practices for deploying SAP S/4HANA in the public cloud report identifies several benefits of public cloud deployments, including the ability to…

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Q&A: Adalbjorn Thorolfsson on IT project management in Iceland

The Icelandic Project Management Association was founded in 1984 by engineers and, as such, was initially focused on engineering projects. As project management evolved and became used in more sectors, such as information technology, healthcare, finance and the public sector, the composition of the members of the association and the board changed accordingly. Adalbjorn Thorolfsson…

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Europol sting operation smokes multiple botnets

Some of the most prominent malware-dropping botnets in operation today, including Bumblebee, IcedID, Pikabot, Smokeloader, SystemBC and Trickbot, have been disrupted in a coordinated law enforcement action orchestrated through the European Union’s (EU’s) Europol agency. Operation Endgame, which enlisted the support of both the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and the US’s FBI, as well…

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ORBs: Hacking groups’ new favourite way of keeping their attacks hidden

Cyber-espionage groups are making it harder to spot where their attacks are coming from by upping their usage of proxy networks – known as operational relay box networks or ORBs – that can throw defenders off the scent. Cyber security company Mandiant has warned that it has seen a growing trend for China-backed espionage operations,…

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Rockwell urges users to disconnect ICS equipment

American industrial control systems (ICS) specialist Rockwell Automation has urged users across the world to disconnect their equipment from the public-facing internet, citing geopolitical tensions and a dramatic increase in threat actor activity targeting its hardware through a number of known common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs). The Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based firm’s warning is accompanied by an…

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Artificial intelligence to the front in Sweden’s National Technology Strategy

Sweden has launched a more far-reaching National Technology Strategy (NTS) that is front-loaded by an artificial intelligence (AI)-focused long-term investment plan to bolster the international competitiveness of indigenous companies large and small. The NTS represents the most ambitious technology project to be rolled out by prime minister Ulf Kristersson’s centre-right coalition since it took office…

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Celona and Palo Alto partner to enhance private 5G network security

Private wireless services specialist Celona is shortly to debut a major integration with cyber security supplier Palo Alto Networks that the two partners hope will enhance security for enterprise devices connecting over privately run 4G and 5G wireless mobile networks. The integration between Celona’s Orchestrator network management platform and Palo Alto’s Cortex XSOAR security automation…

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Oracle’s Steve Miranda: Customers nearing inflection point with Fusion

Steve Miranda, executive vice-president of Oracle Applications product development, spoke to Computer Weekly at Oracle Cloud World 2023 in Las Vegas about what he sees as an inflection point among the firm’s customers – a tipping point from project-based to business-driven conversations with the supplier. He also spoke about how generative AI is a big…

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