CloudBees starts preview program for new Software Delivery Management platform

August 16, 2019

Software delivery tool provider CloudBees used the DevOps World | Jenkins World conference happening in Mid-August to announce a preview program for its upcoming software delivery management (SDM) platform. The product is meant to facilitate collaboration between all kinds of teams, from market research to product programmers through to customer support, for better business outcomes. […]

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The Best Under-The-Radar Fall Wine And Food Festivals

August 14, 2019

Newport Beach Food and Wine PENCILBOX STUDIOS While painful to write, indeed fall is fast approaching. Fortunately, post-Labor Day travel also coincides with shoulder season rate drops as kids head back to school and adults return to work full time on Fridays. That makes the months of September, October, and November ideal for indulging in […]

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Trump admin reportedly drafting order to counter social media “bias”

August 11, 2019

The Trump administration seems determined to take action concerning its irritation with social media networks’ supposed bias against right-wing speech, as the White House is reportedly drafting an executive order directing agencies to do something about it. Politico reported earlier this week that the White House was circulating drafts of a proposed order, but the site couldn’t get anyone […]

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Social media ad spend growth plummets? A rebuttal

August 9, 2019

Rumours of the demise of social media ad spend growth are being widely exaggerated. Recently, the latest WARC figures on the growth of online ad spend picked up a number of column inches in the UK press, especially with lurid headlines such as ‘Social media ad spend plummets amid decline in trust‘. These pieces focused […]

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DataTracks Plans Next Version of Rainbow Software, Featuring Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

August 6, 2019

DataTracks, a global leader in providing cloud-based software application for the preparation of compliance reports, announces plans for the next version of its Rainbow software, featuring artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities. Singapore-based DataTracks is a global leader in providing software and services to help business enterprises prepare and file compliance reports with regulators (such […]

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Today’s Heroes: Five Unlikely Role Models In The Age Of Social Media

August 2, 2019

How often are you completely relaxed, do you do things exactly the way you want them to do and are you completely in control? Probably less often than you would like. And how often do you feel stressed, insecure and lived by others? Probably more often than you would like. You are not the only […]

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California Garlic Festival shooting: Police confirms multiple casualties

July 31, 2019

At least four persons are confirmed dead and 7 injured in a shooting at a California food festival on Sunday, a hospital spokeswoman said, amid reports that the casualty toll could be higher. Joy Alexiou, a spokeswoman for the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, said she did not believe that the shooter was among those […]

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Truecaller pushes software fix after covertly signing up Indians to its payments service

July 30, 2019

Truecaller, a service that helps users screen robocalls, has rolled out an update to its app in India, its largest market, after a previous software release covertly signed up an unspecified number of users to its payments service. A number of users in India began to complain late Monday that Truecaller, which has amassed over 100 million […]

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The untold story of when Donald Trump met Boris Johnson

July 29, 2019

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‘Hello Tunbridge Wells!’ Why uncool small festivals are big business

July 28, 2019

Summer fun: the crowd at Neighbourhood Weekender festival in Warrington, Cheshire. Photograph: Chris Carrillo On a sweltering summer Saturday, Anna Davies sits on a bench in the shade at Black Deer festival, near Tunbridge Wells in Kent. She is part of a group of friends who have come down from Cheshire with their young children. “Back […]

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