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LUXEMBOURG, 15 November 2017 – New research from The OneLife Company reveals that ensuring investments are tax efficient and managing international tax commitments are among the top financial priorities for internationally mobile HNWIs.
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It's loaded with toys and, at $70,000, seriously undercuts the opposition.
TorMoil threatens Mac and Linux versions of Tor browser; Windows and Tails not affected.
StarHub's enterprise fixed services segment grew by 11 percent to make SG$109.4 million in quarterly revenue following its acquisition of cybersecurity provider Accel.
US-based startup Whitehawk will list on the Australian exchange in a bid to help the local SMB segment match with cybersecurity service providers.
Have you watched the recent earnings reports lately? Amazon posted total revenue across all segments of $43.7 billion for the quarter.

Amazon Web Services contributed just over 10 percent of that at $4.6 billion.
If you’re keeping track, AWS’s reven...
Hollywood insiders paint a picture of a conservative company testing the waters.
Plaintiff stayed mum about possible money received in three other cases.
It drives like a hot hatch and might have the best front seats wersquo;ve sat in all year.
The company also says that entertainment is a big part of its future.
A little while back we were investigating the malicious activities of the Freakyshelly targeted attack and came across spear phishing emails that had some interesting documents attached to them.

They were in OLE2 format and contained no macros, exploits or any other active content.
In this final segment of our ongoing series about right-sizing public cloud instances for optimal performance and cost efficiency, we are focusing on a common source of cloud overspending: deadwood.Idle or “zombierdquo; instances plague many public cloud environments, insidiously wasting your opex budget dollars.

This deadwood can occur without you even realizing it, and is often the result of hasty deployments or a lack of accountability in the cloud world.
Someone in the organization lights up an instance for a short-term use and then forgets to shut it down. Workloads change over time and no one goes back to eliminate the now idle instances.

The fact is, most organizations donrsquo;t have an effective process for managing cloud instances and identifying idle instances.

Given the complexity of invoicing from these providers and the lack of visibility into workload patterns, it is often hard to really know what is truly idle. Over time, the deadwood piles up.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here