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Mendix Raises The Low-Code Bar Again With New, Gold-Standard Certifications For Healthcare Data And Payment Processing
Mendix, a Siemens business and global leader in low-code application development for the enterprise, announced that it has received two key cloud security and privacy certifications: ISO/IEC 27017 for information security controls for cloud services and ISO/IEC 27018 for protection of personally identifiable information in the cloud.
Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced it has worked with Microsoft and the Consortium for On Board Optics (COBO) on the successful development of a leading-edge proof of concept (POC) open networking switch featuring 12.8Tbps bandwidth capacity as well as the seamless integration of five different optical module form factors in a single 4U rack, including eight ports with the highly promising COBO standard — offering up to 800G transmission speed and up to 30 percent energy savings.
Moz, Inc., the leader in search engine optimization technology, announces an upcoming update to the algorithm behind Page Authority, bringing a more accurate prediction of a page’s ability to rank on a search engine results page (SERP.)
Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, announced a definitive agreement to acquire Kaleidoscope Innovation, a full-spectrum product design, development and insights firm innovating across medical, consumer and industrial markets, bolstering capabilities in the design of smart products.
Avast, a global leader in cybersecurity and privacy products, announced it has become a member of Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), a UK charity responsible for finding and removing images and videos of child sexual abuse from the internet.