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Lotus Notes and the GDPR conundrum

GDPR is the compelling reason to finally migrate legacy data held in Lotus Notes Many organisations have yet to start the process of migrating their data and applications away from the Lotus Notes platform, and while there are many reasons as to why this is so, probably the two key ...

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UltraSoC appoints Aileen Smith as Chief Strategy Officer

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, 4 January 2018: UltraSoC today announced that Aileen Smith has joined the company as Chief Strategy Officer, bringing significant and senior strategic and operational experience to the company. Before joining UltraSoC, Aileen advised Huawei Technologies on its telecom strategy in her role as Strategic Advisor and Head ...

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Regulatory analysis shows jail time is on the rise

‘Corlytics puts market conduct under the microscope’ Regulators are getting personal; enforcement actions are focused on changing behaviours and non-financial sanctions are on the rise Global regulators have levied over USD 26.41bn in market conduct fines since 2012 Almost 80% of those fines were issued by US regulators 2015 was ...

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InternetRetailing EXPO returns for 2018 with focus on omnichannel

LONDON, 20 December 2017 – InternetRetailing EXPO, Europe’s leading event for digital and multichannel retail returns to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham on 21-22 March 2018. This year’s event will have a strong focus on omnichannel, with a programme that encourages attendees to explore how they can extend ...

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Speedo launches swimming into the 21st century with Amplience

London, UK, 18th December 2017 – Amplience, the platform for Retail Engagement, announced that it has been working with swim category leader Speedo to help launch swimming into the 21st century, reimagining its content (delivery across platform) and creating a unified process to enhance the customer journey. Customer shopping habits ...

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Delta Air Lines to place order for Airbus jets

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Delta Air Lines said on Thursday it will place a firm order for 100 Airbus A321neo jets and an optional order for 100 of the aircraft. Delta, the No. 2 U.S. airline by passenger traffic, said in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ...

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