Ben Rayner of License Dashboard partner, Phoenix Software, discusses VMware License Management, falling foul of the more subtle licensing requirements, and avoiding non-compliance.
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"TerraCycle has long been known for its creative, though niche, approach to the recycling industry. Now it's on track to try and upend the whole model."
"Coupled with rapidly advancing Internet of Things (IoT) techniques, IoT platforms are set to create new business models aimed at enhanced connectivity, control and convergence."
IAITAM NEWS RELEASE: WIDESPREAD FAILURE OF FEDERAL AGENCIES TO INSTALL ANTI-SPOOFING EMAIL TOOL SHOULD HAVE TAXPAYERS “UP IN ARMS”
With an estimated one out of eight emails that appear to come from federal government accounts actually being fraudulent, it is “totally unacceptable and a complete dereliction of duty to taxpayers” that almost half (45 percent) of federal agency email domains have failed to meet a deadline to install anti-spoofing software, according to Dr. Barbara Rembiesa, president and CEO of the International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM).
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"The FCC's war on net neutrality is definitely disheartening, but there are a lot of signs that this is not such a cut-and-dried thing. Twenty-two state attorneys general have filed suit to block the repeal, for instance. The U.S. Senate also has 50 votes against the modified rules, and only needs one more to block them."
IAITAM News Release: Widespread Failure Of Federal Agencies To Install Anti-Spoofing Email Tool Should Have Taxpayers “Up In Arms”
With an estimated one out of eight emails that appear to come from federal government accounts actually being fraudulent, it is “totally unacceptable and a complete dereliction of duty to taxpayers” that 45% of federal agency email domains have failed to meet a deadline to install anti-spoofing software, according to Dr. Barbara Rembiesa, president and CEO of IAITAM.