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INVENTORUM demonstrates its powerful iPad POS system with Star’s mPOP™ at...

High Wycombe, UK, 6 July 2017: International POS printer manufacturer Star Micronics announces that Inventorum GmbH will be demonstrating its powerful iPad POS system incorporating unique, flexible couponing with Starrsquo;s combined Bluetooth printer and cash drawer mobile point-of-sale solution mPOPtrade; at Star Micronics Showroom in Frankfurt (6 - 7 July 2017, Kornmarkt 6, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany).With the explosion of mPOS and the emergence of software companies responding to this evolving marketplace, it comes... Source: RealWire

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Misys unveils retail banking cloud platform for German market

Move is the first of several planned localised roll outs on Misys FinCloudLondon, UK – 11 May 2017 – Misys today unveiled its retail banking private cloud solution for the German market, at a company event in Frankfurt.

The pre-configured and localised Misys FusionBanking Essence solution delivers core and digital banking functionality on the Misys FinCloud in line with regional specificities including language, currency and regulatory frameworks.
It is the first of several planned regional... Source: RealWire

Star Micronics opens German Branch Office

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New Unisys Services Help ServiceNow Clients Bridge the Gap between Service...

Solutions enable organisations to assess vulnerability, fortify response to cyber threats and protect strategic business assetsLondon, UK October 4, 2016 -- Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced new security services to help clients prevent and resolve security incidents through improved integration of security and IT operations.

The new solutions include offerings for the ServiceNow Enterprise Cloud platform. Expanding Unisys service management and security offerings, these new solutions enable clients to evaluate their existing security investments, processes and vulnerabilities to create a consolidated, closely managed system that provides continual insight into the organisation’s security posture and the status of core IT assets and information necessary for digital business. Comprising both security consulting and ongoing security managed services, the new solutions build on Unisys’ broad security expertise.

Those for the ServiceNow platform build on key capabilities of the platform’s Security Operations (SecOps) module, as well as on governance, risk, compliance and security change management capabilities. “Today’s digital businesses rely on strong governance and automation to quickly identify and resolve issues that can affect delivery of business and IT services and security of data for workers and customers,” said Ed Liebig, global vice president, Security Service Delivery, Unisys. “These new solutions enable clients to properly assess their current security environments, align security and IT operations for a holistic view of the health of business-critical enterprise resources and leverage the ServiceNow platform as the security command center for digital business.” The new Unisys security solutions for ServiceNow comprise the following: Advisory and Consulting Services – Applying Unisys’ proven security maturity modeling solution, Unisys helps clients assess current risks and controls; including vulnerability; governance and risk compliance; business continuity; security strategy; architecture and response processes; and cloud security. Security Intelligence and Response – Building on the capabilities of the ServiceNow SecOps module and LogRhythm security intelligence platform, this solution enables clients to plan and create an integrated, real-time system for accurately detecting and responding to alerts generated by security alerting tools. Secure Service Implementation through ServiceNow ServiceWatch – Unisys helps clients integrate the ServiceNow ServiceWatch Suite, which allows IT teams to discover and map the relationships among Data Center components and the business services they enable.

Through Unisys Stealth® micro-segmentation software users can create detailed service maps and segment networks into secure “Communities of Interest” that prevent unauthorised access to key assets. Managed Security Services – Unisys manages clients’ security operations through a turnkey service, providing the consistent skills and resources required to maintain a modern, cost-effective security posture.

The services can include advanced threat intelligence and human behavioral analytics to predict and pre-empt events and cyberattacks. For added security, clients can make Stealth an integral part of any of these service-based solutions.
Stealth uses identity-based microsegmentation techniques and encryption to create segments within an organisation where only authorised users can access information, while those without authorisation cannot even see that those endpoints exist.
Stealth uses cryptography to confine their access to a single segment of the network – which can include everything from public clouds to mobile devices – with no ability to move laterally to other parts of the organisation. Unisys is showcasing the new secure service management solutions for the ServiceNow enterprise cloud at the 2016 ServiceNow NOW Forums in Frankfurt, New York, Amsterdam, Washington D.C., London and Dallas. About UnisysUnisys is a global information technology company that works with many of the world's largest companies and government organisations to solve their most pressing IT and business challenges. Unisys specialises in providing integrated, leading-edge solutions to clients in government, financial services and commercial markets. With more than 20,000 employees serving clients around the world, Unisys offerings include cloud and infrastructure services, application services, security solutions, and high-end server technology.

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UIS-C Contacts:EMEA: Nick Miles, Unisys EMEA, +44(0)7808 391543nick.miles@gb.unisys.com UK: Jay Jay Merrall-Wyre, Unisys, +44 (0) 20 3837 3729unisys@weareoctopusgroup.net

Swiss video surveillance company Morphean keeps its data securely in Europe...

European cloud data residency guarantee gives Morphean a competitive advantageFribourg, September 20th 2016 – Interoute, owner operator of a global cloud services platform and one of Europe’s largest networks, today announced that Morphean, a European leader in Video as a Service, is hosting its management platform for content analysis videos and incident detection in Interoute Virtual Data Centre. Interoute Morphean image Rodrigue Zbinden, CEO of Morphean commented: "Most of our competitors are American and even some European competitors often host their data in the US cloud across the Atlantic, so we decided to differentiate ourselves by giving our customers the choice to host their data with a European cloud with local European data centres.

This assures our customers that their data will stay within the borders of the elected European countries." Mr Zbinden goes on to say: “Interoute is present in almost every country we cover, it has relentless security assurances and is recognized by major consulting firms such as Frost & Sullivan and Gartner and we believe it has unbeatable performance in Europe." Currently, Morphean already hosts its VIDEOPROTECTOR platform in Interoute Virtual Data Centres in Paris, Geneva, Frankfurt and London.
It is available in SaaS mode for its customers (CCTV companies, physical security device installers and service providers) who use the solution or resell it as a white labelled solution.
VIDEOPROTECTOR is much more than just a hosted video surveillance platform.
It offers the best and easiest solution to monitor, protect or analyse shops, stations, small offices, buildings or industries.
Its unique active learning video analysis technology scans human behaviour to detect incidents or report business activities. Rodrigue Zbinden, CEO of Morphean, outlines the company’s ambitions: “By the end of 2017 we will manage 15,000 cameras per data centre, which we predict will grow to 50,000 per data centre by the end of 2018. We are experiencing strong growth in Europe and Interoute has the scale and ability to support us in this adventure.

As a leader and innovator in the VSaaS (Videosurveillance as a Service) market, we are also working on big data analysis that will demand additional processing power and unparalleled connectivity and we know that Interoute already supports such projects successfully.

Compared to other providers, Interoute covers more countries where we operate, has the high levels of security and technology, unparalleled performance and does not charge us for the inflows and outflows of data, and that's very important in video!" Matthew Finnie, CTO of Interoute, said: "We are delighted to support Morphean in its ambitious projects. Our geographic coverage, our network performance and flexibility of our pricing model provide a perfect fit for Morphean.

Thanks to our integrated cloud platform built into our network, Morphean’s customers in several countries can take advantage of the very low latency between our data centres, in addition to physical security and guaranteed data residency." -Ends- About MorpheanMorphean is a Swiss company, located in Fribourg who was founded in 2009 as a spin-off from Softcom Technologies. Morphean’s mission is to bring to the market innovative video surveillance solutions, especially hosted video management platforms, incident detection and video content analysis technology. We have been pioneering in digital video protection systems for over ten years.

As early as 2001, we produced the first fully digitalised video management systemhttp://morphean.ch/fr/ About InterouteInteroute is the owner-operator of one of Europe's largest networks and a global cloud services platform which encompasses 12 data centres, 17 virtual data centres and 31 colocation centres, with connections to 195 additional third-party data centres across Europe.
Its full-service Unified ICT platform serves international enterprises and many of the world’s leading service providers, as well as governments and universities.
Interoute’s Unified ICT strategy provides solutions for enterprises seeking connectivity and a scalable, secure advanced platform on which they can build their voice, video, computing and data services, as well as service providers in need of high capacity international data transit and infrastructure. With established operations throughout Europe and USA, Interoute also owns and operates 24 connected city networks within Europe's major business centres. www.interoute.com Interoute PR contacts:Ruder Finn+44 (0)20 7438 3050interoute@ruderfinn.co.uk Forward-Looking StatementsThis communication contains certain forward-looking statements.

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