Digitalization in healthcare: You know each other, you just do it now

Ms. B. is not allowed to speak. At least not about her part-time job. Could it possibly be a problem that she works for the health department and at the same time for a company that sells software to the department? Ms. B. is friendly …

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Julian Assange: The Invisible Defendant

Anyone who passed through the British High Court in London in the past two days could not miss the case that was being heard there. Demonstrators had been stationed there since early Tuesday, demanding the release of the founder of the whistleblowing platform WikiLeaks with …

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Espionage: This is how China hacks

On January 15, someone registered the encrypted email address I-SOON@proton.me. A month later, on February 16, the person began uploading around 570 mostly Chinese-language files to the GitHub software platform. It is not known who is behind the account. Where the data comes from now …

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Netex achieves a 3.5 million contract with PwC for a megaproject in the Middle East

Netex, the Galician online training firm listed on the BME Growth since 2017, has signed a strategic agreement with PwC to develop a megaproject of training services and customized content in the Middle East. The contract signed between the Galician online training technology firm and …

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Intel accelerates the race to manufacture cutting-edge chips

Technological leadership, now in the hands of TSMC, depends on the ability to produce increasingly smaller processors. The company will make chips for Microsoft. Intel deploys its artillery in the battle it is fighting with the Taiwanese TSMC and the South Korean Samsung in the …

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Trial in London: Three scenarios of what could happen next for Julian Assange

The direct and indirect legal tug of war surrounding WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been going on for more than 13 years – and it has long been about what the 52-year-old Australian feared for a long time, even before a corresponding request was known: …

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With checkbook and alliances: This is how Saudi Arabia wants to become a new world technology center

Alat, the company created by the Saudi sovereign wealth fund earlier this year, has announced that it is partnering with Softbank, Carrier, Dahua and Tahakom and will invest 100 billion to improve technological capabilities in the Kingdom by 2030. Saudi Arabia wants to be on …

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Allurity buys cybersecurity firm in Germany

Allurity, the pan-European group of cybersecurity firms that owns the Spanish Aiuken Cybersecurity , has bought the German company Security Research Labs (SRLabs) , a cybersecurity consultancy based in Berlin and Hong Kong that provides services to clients in 21 countries. The Allurity group is …

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Orange and MásMóvil are preparing their merger after obtaining the green light from Brussels

The European Commission has approved the merger of Orange and MásMóvil, creating Spain’s leading group by customers, surpassing Telefónica for the first time. Two years after the initial announcement of the agreement, on March 9, 2022, the Community Executive has approved the operation, although it …

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The owner of Tiendeo buys Ofertia from the French company La Poste

ShopFully takes over the assets of the digital catalog company, which is changing hands for the third time. New stage for the online catalog firm Ofertia , born in Barcelona in 2011. The Italian company ShopFully has bought the assets of the business, including its …

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