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LogMeIn slashes GoToMeeting prices amid UI overhaul

LogMeIn has significantly reduced the price of GoToMeeting in connection with its launch this week of a completely redesigned version of the video conferencing app.

The new monthly fees are about half of what they were before for 150participant and 250participant licenses, making the app roughly the same price — or in some cases a bit cheaper — than competitors Zoom, BlueJeans and Cisco Webex.

GoToMeeting, which LogMeIn acquired from Citrix for $1.8 billion in 2016, initially gained traction as an alternative to Cisco Webex. But anecdotally, many customers have abandoned the app for Zoom in recent years, analysts said. The new GoToMeeting prices could help undo some of that damage.

“I think in some ways they needed the price break to get customers to look at them again,” said Zeus Kerravala, founder of ZK Research, based in Westminster, Mass. “If they are going to re-establish themselves and grab some of their customer base back, then I think it had to come with a new pricing model.”

Meanwhile, the new interface makes video the focal point of meetings — a pivot away from GoToMeeting’s longstanding focus on content-sharing. Users will also be able to join a meeting 65% faster now, the vendor said.

The redesign brings GoToMeeting in line with the video-centric design of other major video conferencing apps. It also creates a common user experience across the web, desktop and mobile apps. LogMeIn says 25 million people use its GoTo suite every month.

“While the buzz has been around Zoom, GoTo has a large installed user base,” said Irwin Lazar, analyst at Nemertes Research. “To retain them in an increasingly competitive market, GoTo had to improve their app and close the feature gaps with their competitors.”

LogMeIn also launched some new productivity features, such as the ability to take notes and screenshots during meetings. Users will have access to meeting recordings and transcripts through a new online hub.

For IT administrators, GoToMeeting now generates more detailed diagnostic reports to help troubleshoot poor audio or video quality. Plus, the vendor said it had completely reworked its audio backend to improve quality.

LogMeIn made all of the same design changes and feature enhancements to GoToConnect, an offering that combines GoToMeeting with a cloud calling service powered by technology the vendor acquired from Jive Communications.   

The vendor launched GoToConnect earlier this year in response to the trend in the market towards collaboration apps like Microsoft Teams and Cisco Webex Teams that combined calling, messaging and meetings.

“This whole industry has become a lot more competitive,” Kerravala said. “GoToMeeting hadn’t had a real facelift in years.”

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Microsoft is awarded Zscaler’s Technology Partner of the Year for 2019

Last week at Zscaler’s user conference, Zenith Live, Microsoft received Zscaler’s Technology Partner of the Year Award in the Impact category. The award was given to Microsoft for the depth and breadth of integrations we’ve collaborated with Zscaler on and the positive feedback received from customers about these integrations.

Together with Zscaler—a Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) member—we’re focused on providing our joint customers with secure, fast access to the cloud for every user. Since partnering with Zscaler, we’ve delivered several integrations that help our customers better secure their environments, including:

  • Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) integration to extend conditional access policies to Zscaler applications to validate user access to cloud-based applications. We also announced support for user provisioning of Zscaler applications to enable automated, policy-based provisioning and deprovisioning of user accounts with Azure AD.
  • Microsoft Intune integration that allows IT administrators to provision Zscaler applications to specific Azure AD users or groups within the Intune console and configure connections by using the existing Intune VPN profile workflow.
  • Microsoft Cloud App Security integration to discover and manage access to Shadow IT in an organization. Zscaler can be leveraged to send traffic data to Microsoft’s Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) to assess cloud services against risk and compliance requirements before making access control decisions for the discovered cloud apps.

“We’re excited to see customers use Zscaler and Microsoft solutions together to deliver fast, secure, and direct access to the applications they need. The Technology Partner of the Year Award is a testament of Microsoft’s commitment to helping customers better secure their environments.”
—Punit Minocha, Vice President of Business Development at Zscaler

“The close collaboration between our teams and deep integration across Zscaler and Microsoft solutions help our joint customers be more secure and ensure their users stay productive. We’re pleased to partner with Zscaler and honored to be named Zscaler’s Technology Partner of the Year.”
—Alex Simons, Corporate Vice President of Program Management at Microsoft

We’re thrilled to be Zscaler’s Technology Partner of the Year in the Impact category and look forward to our continued partnership and what Zscaler.

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Pure Storage analytics, cloud move to forefront

AUSTIN, Texas — Pure Storage this week enhanced analytics and performance monitoring for VMware, made its Cloud Block Store available and re-branded its storage-as-a-service program.

Pure1 VM Analytics Pro makes it easier to map individual virtual machines to an underlying bare-metal Pure Storage all-flash array. Pure1 Pro software is available as a separate license from Pure’s Purity operating system.

Nimble Storage was the first storage vendor to successfully introduce cloud-based predictive analytics, which since has become a baseline array feature for most major storage vendors. Predictive storage analytics can aid capacity planning and help head off hardware failure.

Customers at the flash vendor’s Pure Accelerate annual user conference this week reacted favorably to the Pure Storage analytics upgrade.

“I haven’t got it yet, but I want it,” said Steve Culy, a senior systems engineer at Navis, a company that automates operations at more than 300 marine ports around the world.

Navis beta tested VM Analytics Pro, and Culy said he was able to compare Pure analytics against third-party analytics tools. He said Pure1 cut troubleshooting from hours to about 15 minutes. “It’s easy to use and focuses on the storage,” Culy said. “It allowed to us to find the trouble real fast.”

Brandon Nguyen, a senior systems engineer with IT services provider Direct Technology, based in Sacramento, Calif., said the upgraded Pure analytics should streamline the process for identifying performance issues.

“You’re going to look for issues with either the storage, the networking or the memory. Once we get hold of this, being able to get all those analytics in one page will be extremely helpful,” Nguyen said.

Pure Storage analytics launched in 2017. Pure Storage said it encompasses more than 50,000 virtual machines (VMs) globally and generates more than 50 TB of data per day. Pure1 scans the VM tier and returns suggestions for optimizing performance of sluggish VMs.

Pure1 Analytics Pro includes three years of data retention. A free version of the Pure Storage Analytics software retains data for seven days.

The paid version gives customers a workload planner “that comes from understanding the potential of each array,” said Shawn Rosemarin, a Pure vice president of worldwide engineering.

Pure1 Analytics encompasses more than 50,000 machines globally and generates more than 50 TB of data per day, Rosemarin said.

Evergreen greyed out, AI Data Hub phased in

FlashArray is Pure Storage’s flagship block array, and accounts for the lion’s share of Pure’s revenue. Pure FlashBlade is a scale-out array that provides massive parallelism of unstructured data. FlashBlade handles file and object data and also provides the framework for Pure AIRI, a reference design for big data analytics built with Nvidia supercomputers and Arista Networks gear.

Although a pioneer in ultrafast all-flash storage hardware when it launched 10 years ago, Pure Storage has placed greater emphasis on storage software since Charlie Giancarlo took over as CEO in 2017.

The biggest manifestation of that shift is Pure Storage Cloud Block Store in Amazon Web Services, which was made generally available this week. Cloud Block Store is Pure’s software stack written to run in AWS the same on premises.

“From an IT user’s perspective, what that gives me is physical arrays side by side with Pure in the cloud. If I have any kind of automation or scripting, or if I need to train my storage [for AI], it looks exactly the same. No one else is doing this yet. The only storage vendor with a comparable product is IBM with Cloud Object Store,” said Steve McDowell, a senior analyst for storage at Moor Insights and Strategy, based in Austin.

Eric Burgener, IDC storage research vice president, said Pure’s cloud strategy is different from competitors. Pure does not build its cloud platform around hyper-convergence, and it does not offer its own cloud.

“The major enterprise storage vendors are punching up their cloud integration as well, so any differences between them and Pure are mostly just a matter of degree,” Burgener said. “Pure won’t offer its own cloud, like Dell EMC and NetApp do, and they don’t think hyper-cloud infrastructure is ever going to break out of the small to medium enterprise.”

The Pure Evergreen initiative allows customers to upgrade FlashArray and FlashBlade controllers once every three years. Pure’s consumption-based Evergreen Storage Service has been rebranded as Pure Storage as a Service, which extends across FlashArray block and FlashBlade NAS arrays.

Pure said the rebranding was done to eliminate confusion for customers. The company is keeping the upgrade path for controllers.

Pure AI Data Hub was previewed this week as a way to build a container-based data pipeline for managing AI projects that are in different phases of development. The data hub concept allows customers to pick and choose which Pure Storage array they need to meet the differing service levels. Pure is developing a software reference design that integrates Kubernetes orchestration.

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Addressing the coming IoT talent shortage – Microsoft Industry Blogs

This blog is the third in a series highlighting our newest research, IoT Signals. Each week will feature a new top-of-mind topic to provide insights into the current state of IoT adoption across industries, how business leaders can develop their own IoT strategies, and why companies should use IoT to improve service to partners and customers.

As companies survey the possibilities of the Internet of Things (IoT), one of the challenges they face is a significant growing talent shortage. Recent research from Microsoft, IoT Signals, drills down into senior leaders’ concerns and plans. Microsoft surveyed 3,000 decision-makers at companies across China, France, Germany, Japan, the United States, and the United Kingdom who are involved in IoT.

Exploring IoT skills needs at enterprises today

Most IoT challenges today relate to staffing and skills. Our research finds that only 33 percent of companies adopting IoT say they have enough workers and resources, 32 percent lack enough workers and resources, and 35 percent reported mixed results or didn’t know their resourcing issues. Worldwide, talent shortages are most acute in the United States (37 percent) and China (35 percent).

Of the top challenges that impede the 32 percent of companies struggling with IoT skills shortages, respondents cited a lack of knowledge (40 percent), technical challenges (39 percent), lack of budget (38 percent), an inability to find the right solutions (28 percent), and security (19 percent).

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Companies will need to decide which capabilities they should buy, in the form of hiring new talent; build, in the form of developing staff competencies; or outsource, in the form of developing strategic partnerships. For example, most companies evaluating the IoT space aren’t software development or con­nectivity experts and will likely turn to partners for these services.

Adequate resourcing is a game-changer for IoT companies

Our research found that having the right team and talent was critical to IoT success on a number of measures. First, those with sufficient resources were more likely to say that IoT was very critical to their company’s future success: 51 percent versus 39 percent. Hardship created more ambivalence, with only 41 percent of IoT high performers saying IoT was somewhat critical to future success, whereas 48 percent of lower-performing companies agreed.

Similarly, companies with strong IoT teams viewed IoT as a more successful investment, attributing 28 percent of current ROI to IoT (inclusive of cost savings and efficiencies) versus 20 percent at less enabled companies. That’s likely why 89 percent of those who have the right team is planning to use IoT more in the future versus 75 percent of those who lack adequate resources.

IoT talent shortage may cause higher failure rate

Getting IoT off the ground can be a challenge for any company, given its high learning curve, long-term commitment, and significant investment. It’s doubly so for companies that lack talent and resources. IoT Signals found that companies who lack adequate talent and resources have a higher failure rate in the proof of concept phase: 30 percent versus 25 percent for those with the right team. At companies with high IoT success, the initiative is led by a staffer in an IT role, such as a director of IT, a chief technology officer, or a chief information officer. With leadership support, a defined structure, and budget, these all-in IoT organizations are able to reach the production stage on an average of nine months, while those who lack skilled workers and resources take 12 months on average.

Despite initial challenges, company leaders are unlikely to call it quits. Business and technology executives realize that IoT is a strategic business imperative and will be increasingly required to compete in the marketplace. Setting up the right team, tools, and resources now can help prevent team frustration, business burnout, and leadership commitment issues.

Overcoming the skills issues with simpler platforms

Fortunately, industry trends like fully hosted SaaS platforms are reducing the complexity of building IoT programs: from connecting and managing devices to providing integrated tooling and security, to enabling analytics.

Azure IoT Central, a fully managed IoT platform, is designed to let anyone build an IoT initiative within hours, empowering business teams and other non-technical individuals to easily gain mastery and contribute. Azure includes IoT Plug and Play, which provides an open modeling language to connect IoT devices to the cloud seamlessly.

Additionally, Microsoft is working with its partner ecosystem to create industry-specific solutions to help companies overcome core IoT adoption blockers and investing in training tools like IoT School and AI Business School. Microsoft has one of the largest and fastest-growing partner ecosystems. Our more than 10,000 IoT partners provide domain expertise across industries and help address connectivity, security infrastructure, and application infrastructure requirements, allowing companies to drive to value faster. 

Learn more about how global companies are using IoT to drive value by downloading the IoT Signals report and reading our Transform Blog on IoT projects companies such as ThyssenKrupp, Bühler, Chevron, and Toyota Material Handling Group are driving.

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Cobalt Iron extends data protection SaaS tool’s capabilities

Cobalt Iron, a cloud-based data protection and backup vendor, this week rolled out a new feature in its Adaptive Data Protection SaaS tool, aimed at improving data security and cyberattack prevention.

The addition, called Cyber Shield, is intended to identify and contain cyberattacks by locking down data access control while saving companies the cost of adding new security measures. The software includes functions such as data access control, data security, ransomware detection and ransomware responsiveness, which are intended to provide quick response to threats as well as recovery functions to reduce the impact of cyberattacks, the company said.

Cobalt Iron’s update comes amidst the industry’s shift in security investments from threat prevention to threat detection and as enterprises are facing more complicated cyberattacks. Gartner recently identified expanding capabilities for security operation centers as one of its top priorities for enterprises in 2019.

Cobalt Iron said Cyber Shield is available now with no added cost as a part of Cobalt Iron’s Adaptive Data Protection SaaS, and does not require additional equipment, software or licenses.

Competitors in the cloud-based data protection market includes Symantec, McAfee and Druva. Symantec’s Cloud Data Protection claims to enable organizations to use cloud applications such as Salesforce.com and ServiceNow and secure sensitive data while complying with data privacy regulations. McAfee MVISION Cloud Encrypt can block downloads of corporate data to personal devices and provide sensitive data encryption, which is inaccessible to any third party, according to the company. Druva promises lower costs due to elimination of onsite hardware and software and offers a free trial of its products and pay-as-you-go pricing.

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Showcasing new business opportunities with the Microsoft Automotive Accelerator – Dynamics 365 Blog

Starting next week at IAA – New Mobility World, Microsoft will join 1000+ exhibitors and 250,000 visitors from approximately 39 countries to exhibit and explore immersive technologies, visionary concepts like electromobility, and many industry disruptors in Frankfurt. This year at IAA – New Mobility World asks the questions: “How are society, business, indeed our whole way of life changing and how does this affect our mobility? What can new technologies offer us?”

Shaping the transformation of the automotive industry

Today, Microsoft partners with automotive companies to revolutionize mobility with digital technology—building differentiated experiences, accelerating automotive innovation, monetizing data and services, and redefining transportation for a cleaner, safer world. Learn more about Microsoft’s perspective on navigating the future of autonomous vehicles.

With Microsoft Business Applications, our automotive partners, suppliers, and retailers can develop new customer insights and create omnichannel customer experiences with the Microsoft Automotive Accelerator.

Creating omnichannel customer experiences

Microsoft Industry Accelerators are a packaged and prepopulated common data model (CDM) using industry standards, built on Microsoft 365, Azure, and Dynamics 365. Industry accelerators enable customers and ISVs to build industry solutions on Microsoft technology by enabling specific industry business processes or scenarios for partners to develop industry solutions.

The Microsoft Automotive Accelerator allows users to schedule appointments and automotive services, facilitated through proactive communications. Microsoft partners gain access to a wide range of industry-standard entities and data relationships, allowing for rapid development of new automotive solutions. Working with our partners and industry leaders, the accelerator was developed to help auto makers, dealerships, and service providers quickly add more value for their customers.

For auto makers, the accelerator offers a vehicle and equipment management focus which allows device details and specifications within our data model to allow for the management and tracking of vehicles and devices. For dealerships and service providers, the accelerator includes a service and post-sales focus helping create connected customer experiences with a holistic view of customers, from service appointments to contracts and warranties.

Building new solutions with partners

This year at IAA – New Mobility World, Annata will showcase how their Annata 365 solutions, built on Microsoft technology with the Automotive Accelerator, help automotive and equipment businesses meet business challenges while taking advantages of new opportunities in the market.

The new Annata 365 for Sales solution adds industry-specific functionality to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales, and is targeted specifically at driving a customer-centric approach to marketing and sales processes within the ever-evolving automotive industry. Annata 365 and the Microsoft Power Platform provide built-in analytics and intelligence, task-based apps, and omnichannel capabilities to drive digital transformation and innovation in any automotive organization.

We will also highlight our partnership with Adobe at IAA. Adobe and Microsoft’s strategic partnership and integrations allow an end-to-end customer experience management solution for experience creation, marketing, advertising, analytics, and commerce. This allows companies to deliver consistent and compelling experiences at each touch point with a customer, accelerating business growth throughout the customer journey.

Get the full story at IAA

These are just a few of the ways we’re partnering with organizations like Annata and Adobe to transform the automotive industry with Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform. If you are attending IAA, visit our booth at the Frankfurt Exhibition Hall 5, Stand C21, to experience our full suite of technologies and chat with customers and partners.

For more information about our location and sessions at this event, please see our event site.

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New integration brings Fuze meetings to Slack app

An integration unveiled this week will make it easier for Slack users to launch and join Fuze meetings. Zoom Video Communications Inc. rolled out a similar integration with Slack over the summer.

Slack is increasingly making it clear that it intends to incorporate voice and video capabilities into its team messaging app through integrations and partnerships, rather than by attempting to build the technology on its own.

Fuze Inc.’s announcement also underscores how big a player Slack has become in the business collaboration industry. Fuze, a cloud unified communications (UC) provider, opted to partner with Slack, even though it sells a team messaging app with the same core capabilities.

The integration lets users launch Fuze meetings by clicking on the phone icon in Slack, instead of typing a command. They will also see details about an ongoing meeting, such as how long it’s been going on and who’s participating.

Furthermore, Slack’s Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar apps will let users join scheduled Fuze meetings with one click. Slack previously announced support for that capability with Zoom, Cisco Webex and Skype for Business.

No formal partnership

Slack gave Fuze special access to the set of APIs that made the latest integrations possible, said Eric Hanson, Fuze’s vice president of marketing intelligence. But the companies later clarified there was no formal partnership between them.

The vendors apparently miscommunicated about how to frame this week’s announcement. Within hours on Tuesday, Fuze updated a blog post to remove references to a “partnership” with Slack, instead labeling it as an “integration.”

In contrast, Slack and Zoom signed a contract to align product roadmaps and marketing strategies earlier this year.

In the future, Fuze hopes to give users the ability to initiate phone calls through Slack. Previously, Slack said it would enable such a feature with Zoom Phone, the video conferencing provider’s new cloud calling service.

Slack declined to comment on any plans to expand the Fuze integration.

“There are still some things that Slack hasn’t made available through this set of APIs yet,” Hanson said. “They have a roadmap in terms of where they want to take this.”

Making it easier for users to pick and choose

The voice and video capabilities natively supported in Slack are far less advanced than those available from main rival Microsoft Teams, an all-in-one suite for calling, messaging and meetings. But users want to be able to easily switch between messaging with someone and talking to them in real time.

By integrating with cloud communications vendors like Fuze and Zoom, Slack can focus on what it does best — team-based collaboration — while still connecting to the real-time communications services that customers need, said Mike Fasciani, analyst at Gartner.

“One of Slack’s advantages over Microsoft Teams is its ability and willingness to integrate with many business and communications applications,” Fasciani said.

Fuze also competes with Microsoft Teams. Integrations with Slack should help cloud UC providers sell to the vendor’s rapidly expanding customer base. Slack now has more than 100,000 paid customers, including 720 enterprises that each contribute more than $100,000 per year in revenue.

“Even though Fuze has its own [messaging] app, it doesn’t have anywhere near the market share of Slack,” said Irwin Lazar, analyst at Nemertes Research. “I think this shows Slack’s continued view that they don’t want to compete directly with the voice/meeting vendors.”

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Zoom security issues leave vendor scrambling

Zoom was caught flatfooted this week by the reaction to a security researcher’s report on the vulnerabilities of a web server it had quietly installed on Apple computers. The debacle raised broader questions on whether unified communications vendors were too quick to sacrifice privacy and security for ease of use.

The Zoom security issue stemmed from the use of the web server as a workaround for a privacy feature on version 12 of the Safari web browser, which Apple released for the Mac last fall. The feature forced users to consent to open Zoom’s video app every time they tried to join a meeting. In contrast, browsers like Chrome and Firefox let users check a box telling them to automatically trust Zoom’s app in the future.

Zoom felt the extra click in Safari would undermine its frictionless experience for joining meetings, so it installed the web server on Mac computers to launch a meeting immediately.

That left Mac users vulnerable to being instantly joined to a Zoom meeting by clicking on a spam link or loading a malicious website or pop-up advertisement. A similar risk still exists for all Mac and PC users who choose to have their web browsers automatically launch Zoom.

Another issue with the Mac web server was that it would remain in place even after users deleted the Zoom app, and would automatically reinstall Zoom upon receiving a request to join a meeting, according to the security researcher. It also created an avenue for denial-of-service attacks, a risk that Zoom released an optional patch for in May.

In a broader sense, the permanent installation of a web server on local devices troubled independent researcher Jonathan Leitschuh, who sparked this week’s events with a blog post Monday.

“First off, let me start off by saying having an installed app that is running a web server on my local machine with a totally undocumented API feels incredibly sketchy to me,” Leitschuh wrote in his public disclosure. “Secondly, the fact that any website that I visit can interact with this web server running on my machine is a huge red flag for me as a security researcher.”

Leitschuh’s disclosure forced Zoom to issue multiple statements as user outrage grew. The security threat received widespread international news coverage, with many headlines containing the chilling combination of “hacker” and “webcam.” In an interview Wednesday, Zoom’s chief information security officer, Richard Farley, said the news coverage caused “maybe some panic that was unnecessary.”

“Part of the challenge for us, of course, is controlling that message out there that this was not as big a deal as it’s been made out to be,” Farley said. “There’s a lot of misinformation that went out there. … People just didn’t understand it.”

Zoom initially tried to assuage fears about the Mac web server without removing it. The company pointed out that it would be obvious to users they had just joined a meeting because a window would open in the foreground and their webcam’s indicator light would flash on. Also, a hacker couldn’t gain access to a webcam in secret or retain access to that video feed after users exited a meeting.  

Ultimately, Zoom reversed its original position and released a software update Tuesday that removed the web server from its Mac architecture. The next day, Apple pushed out a software patch that wiped the web server from all Mac devices, even for users who had previously deleted Zoom.

“We misjudged the situation and did not respond quickly enough — and that’s on us,” Zoom CEO Eric Yuan wrote in a blog post. “We take full ownership, and we’ve learned a great deal.”

Zoom’s default preferences added fuel to the fire. Unless users go out of their way to alter Zoom’s out-of-the-box settings, their webcams will be on by default when joining meetings. Also, Zoom does not by default have a pre-meeting lobby in which users confirm their audio and video settings before connecting.

Zoom said it would release an update over the July 13 weekend to make it easier for new users to control video settings. The first time a user joins a meeting, they will be able to instruct the app to join them to all future sessions with their webcams turned off.

Zoom has also taken heat for allowing embedded IFrame codes to launch Zoom meetings. In a statement, the company said IFrames — a method for adding HTML content to webpages — was necessary to support its integrations.

Leitschuh first raised the security issues with Zoom in March. The company invited him to its private bug bounty program, offering money in exchange for Leitschuh agreeing not to disclose his research publicly. Leitschuh, who said the proposed bounty was less than $1,000, declined because of the demand for secrecy.

Despite clashing over whether to remove the web server, Leitschuh and Zoom were able to agree on the severity of the risk it posed. They gave it a Common Vulnerability Scoring System rating of 5.4 out of 10. That score is in the “medium” range — riskier than “low” but not as severe as “high” or “critical.”

Zoom’s response to Leitschuh’s concerns was an indicator that companies have to verify the security architectures of UC vendors, analysts said.

“This event should be a clear reminder to both vendors and customers using UC and collaboration tools that there are very real threats to their platforms,” said Michael Brandenburg, analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “We are long past the days of only having to worry about toll fraud, and businesses have to be as mindful of the security risks on their UC platforms as they are with any other business application.”

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For Sale – 6 Week Old MSI GTX 1050ti NOW REDUCED TO 100inc Postage

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6 Week old MSI GTX 1050ti 4gb OC

Purchased this for my brother for his first build however he has decided he would like an Xbox one instead for ease of use.

Great little card lots of videos on YouTube with gameplay using this card comes shipped in original box.

The beauty of this card is that it is powered by the motherboard (needs 75w draw from motherboard)

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For Sale – 6 Week Old MSI GTX 1050ti

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6 Week old MSI GTX 1050ti 4gb OC

Purchased this for my brother for his first build however he has decided he would like an Xbox one instead for ease of use.

Great little card lots of videos on YouTube with gameplay using this card comes shipped in original box.

The beauty of this card is that it is powered by the motherboard (needs 75w draw from motherboard)

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