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CA World '17: If your business doesn't have a 'Modern Software Factory,' will it survive?

With 20 new offerings and significant enhancements in its product portfolio, CA is confident it has the tools your business needs to tackle agility, intelligent automation, data driven insights, security and more to avoid disruption.

HPE adds special sauce to Azure Stack

HPE has found ways to differentiate its Azure Stack systems from those supplied by other vendors.

ownCloud adds secure authentication and authorisation

Germany-based open-source file syncing and sharing software company ownCloud has added secure authentication and authorisation to its functions with the integration of OAuth2.

Many top websites tracking users' every move

Many well-known websites are using third-party analytics scripts to track every movement of visitors to their sites, a study claims.

CA World 2017 Day 1 and 2, 14 VIDEOS: Exec interviews, Q&As, show floor tour and more

Whether it is the modern software factory, taking advantage of AI, agile management, digital transformation, DevSecOps and more, CA Tech's portfolio continues its sophisticated maturation.

APIs are the key to integration

The growth in SaaS adoption is driving "a growing need for integration with existing applications and systems", both cloud to cloud and cloud to on-premises.

Ixia helps you peer into the cloud

Ixia's products claim to provide continuous security assessment and let you keep tabs on cloud traffic – even that flowing between virtualised instances.

Mobile malware hits all sectors, all devices: study

A survey of mobile malware attacks on devices in businesses located in the Americas, the EMEA region and the Asia-Pacific region has found that every one of them suffered at least one attack.

Financial phishing scams up sharply from a year ago

Financial phishing scams, which target online payment systems, banks and retailers, now account for nearly half (49.77%) of all phishing attacks, up from 34.33% in 2015, security company Kaspersky Lab says.

OVO cuts deal to sell products in Australia Post outlets

Optus-powered MVNO OVO has secured a second distribution deal with a partnership to offer its products in Australia Post outlets across the country.

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