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RealWire is an award-winning online press release distribution service with over 10 years of expertise and is first choice for many of the UK’s top digital PR and internet marketing professionals. RealWire has been the UK’s leading innovator in press release distribution introducing a Social Media News Release option in 2007 and its patent pending targeting system, PRFilter, in 2010.

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Majority of UK Oracle E-Business Suite users are running old systems, research reveals

London. November 9th, 2020: A study conducted by the UK’s leading independent Oracle managed service provider, Claremont, has revealed that the majority of UK businesses using Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) are running on old versions of the business critical ERP system.

Of the 154 IT professionals polled, almost two-thirds (64%) revealed they are running on an earlier version that the current R12.2. With Oracle cutting off premier support to EBS12.1 in December 2021, this leaves these businesses facing potential legislative and security issues if they fail to upgrade prior to the deadline. More than half (58%) of the businesses polled claimed they did intend on making the upgrade to R12.2.

IoT standardisation efforts recognised as oneM2M awards industry contributors

Volunteers from British Telecom (BT), C-DOT, Hyundai Motors and ETSI were presented with Technical Excellence Awards

Sophia Antipolis, France, 09 November 2020: The efforts of individuals making a significant contribution towards the realisation of a standardised Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, making the IoT interoperable and harmonious, have been recognised by oneM2M.

At the project’s recent virtual Technical Plenary meeting, four Technical Excellence awards were presented to individuals who, contributing as volunteers, have significantly helped develop oneM2M projects including the upcoming Release 4 international IoT standard.

HelpSystems Data Classification Solutions Named in Now Tech: Data Discovery and Classification Q4 2020 Report

Report provides an overview of 33 different solutions providers including Boldon James and Titus, both recently acquired by HelpSystems

London, UK – 9th November 2020 - HelpSystems, a leading technology and data security company providing data classification solutions which enable customers to effectively protect data, enforce controls and manage data distribution, today announced that its two flagship data classification providers, Boldon James and Titus, have been named in the recent Forrester Now Tech Q4 2020 Report.

“Navigating maritime digital transformation relies on stable connectivity,” says KebNi ahead of CabSat 2020

“As the maritime industry invests 4.77 billion USD by 2025 on satellite communication to increase efficiency and improve services, sustaining a reliable internet connection is fundamental to every maritime asset”, says KebNi COO Claus Nielsen, ahead of CabSat 2020 next week

Global Relay recognized as a leader in Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving 8th year in a row

Global Relay, a leading provider of archiving, supervision, eDiscovery, and analytics has again been recognized as a Leader in Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving (EIA) for the eighth consecutive year.

With over 21 years of experience in securely protecting its customers’ critical communication data, Global Relay offers an extensive compliant archiving and information governance platform with intuitive tools for legal, compliance, and business users, as well as proven scalability to meet the specialized needs of highly regulated industries.

Mobile device trade-ins rising: Q3 trade-in values continue to increase with a promising Q4 ahead

$569 million returned to U.S. consumers in Q3 2020; more than double compared to Q2 2020

05 November 2020 – HYLA Mobile, the world's leading provider of software technology and services for mobile device returns management and reuse solutions, today revealed that following a volatile first half of the year, mobile device trade-ins are back on the rise. According to HYLA's Q3 2020 trade-in trends insights, $569 million was returned to U.S. consumers thanks to mobile device trade-in programs—an increase of 153% compared to last quarter ($225 million). For the first time, HYLA has also shared its data on trade-ins of wearables during Q2 and Q3 of this year.