YugabyteDB 2.15 and new migration engine YugabyteDB Voyager simplify cloud adoption

06 July 2022

Karthik Ranganathan

Karthik Ranganathan

Yugabyte, the  open source distributed SQL database company, announced the general availability of YugabyteDB 2.15 and unveiled a new service, YugabyteDB Voyager, which 

The former gives engineering and operations teams a unified platform to run all their business-critical transactional applications effortlessly. YugabyteDB Voyager, the new cloud database migration service, accelerates cloud native adoption by making the move to a distributed database simple and efficient. 


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Sepura’s Ball wins Critical Communications Industry Outstanding Contribution Award

29 June 2022

Ball 

Ball 

Sepura employee Diana Ball was awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Critical Communications Award at the International Critical Communications Awards (ICCAs) held recently in Vienna. 

She was handed the award in in recognition of her work in helping to define the mission critical standards trusted by TETRA users around the world.

 

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The UK’s digital transformation: why it’s about more than just WFH

15 June 2022

We all know that over the last two years, the pandemic has sped up the UK’s digital transformation. As physical doors closed – for offices, for shops, for council services and even for doctors’ surgeries – digital doors opened. Our own study with the Centre for Economics and Business Research last year revealed that organisations boosted their IT spend by 18% compared to 2019 and digital transformation projects prompted by Covid-19 were fast-tracked by an average of three years across the UK.

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Please meet...Florian Malecki

13 June 2022

Networking+ caught up with Florian Malecki, executive vice president, marketing, Arcserve

 

Who was your hero when you were growing up?

As a youngster, my big hero was Zorro. The character from the old black and white TV series, not the blockbuster movie version. Zorro was a noble bandit, and he always fought for the right cause. He represented the honourable good against the bad – and he had a great sense of humour. I also admired that he was not only a master swordsman but a skilled marksman and horseman.

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