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Gemalto and NetApp to create secure cloud storage hybrid for AWS customers

Cloud storage

Security vendor Gemalto and NetApp are to jointly create an integrated, encrypted key management system for securing data for Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers.

Software market frustrating for enterprise users says Gemalto research

Software licensing is still causing enterprises grief, according to new research by security firm Gemalto. The biggest pain points and causes of frustration are the inflexibility of licensing arrangements and the unhelpful delivery options.

Gemalto’s cloud-based encryption now available in Microsoft Azure marketplace

Box announced Box Trust, bolstering integration with large EMM / MDM providers and security vendors

Security vendor Gemalto is to sell its SafeNet ProtectV encryption system on the Azure Marketplace. This means Microsoft’s Azure users will find it easier to encrypt and protect data and applications in the cloud and meet compliance regulations, it claims.

Box partners with AWS, Gemalto on encryption key management

Box is looking to strengthen its appeal to enterprises

In a bid to bolster its appeal to highly regulated sectors Box is partnering with AWS and Gemalto on the delivery of a service that gives enterprises control over all of their data encryption keys.

Adlink and Gemalto partner on cloud-enabled M2M

Adlink announced that it will deploy Gemalto's M2M SaaS solution for industrial applications in a range of verticals

Adlink, a provider of embedded computing solutions for industrial applications announced this week that it will deploy an M2M software as a service application developed by Gemalto which collects and analyses remote sensor data in the cloud.

Oracle, Freescale Semiconductor partner on internet of things

Oracle and Freescale Semiconductor will optimise Java SE for Freescale's hardware

Freescale Semiconductor and Oracle announced a partnership Tuesday that will see both companies jointly develop a standard gateway to deliver and manage services aimed at home automation, industrial and manufacturing markets.

Erase and rewind

In a week during which the UK distinguished itself as the “Whiplash Capital of Europe” thanks to its rep for filing dodgy insurance claims, The Informer is pleased to note that, in the technology world at least, injury-preventing U-turns have been the order of the day.