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Hashtag Trending, May 10, 2021 – Most users’ like Apple’s ATT feature; Cyberattack shuts down pipeline; What’s up WhatsApp?

Researchers say only four per cent of iPhone users in the U.S. have agreed to app tracking after updating their device, a cyberattack shuts down a U.S. pipeline, and WhatsApp scraps its May 15 deadline for accepting its privacy policy, but there’s a catch.

Citrix appoints former SAP exec as new GM of Americas

Digital workspace and app delivery solutions provider Citrix has appointed Marcelo Giampietro as Cisco’s general manager of Americas International.

SAP urges infosec teams to patch applications faster

SAP is warning CISOs that threat actors are hunting for unpatched versions of the company's enterprise resource and supply chain management platform.

Hashtag Trending, March 16, 2021 – Rogers’ $26B bid for Shaw; Head offices disappearing in Calgary; Tinder’s background checks

Rogers signs an agreement to purchase Shaw Communications for $26 billion, the office vacancy rate in Calgary becomes a concerning trend, and dating apps look into background checks.

SAP Canada appoints new COO to design and implement business strategies

SAP Canada has announced the appointment of Brian Moore as its new chief operating officer.

SAP launches digital transformation as a service, agrees to acquire Signavio

SAP this week announced the availability of RISE with SAP, an offering designed to provide business transformation as a service.

SAP plans to open new research and development office in Montreal

Enterprise software firm SAP recently announced that it's doubling down on the Quebec market by opening a new research and development space in Montreal.

Cyber Security Today – Stolen data given away, the price of stolen data, computers for kids infected and patch these SAP and Cisco applications.

This morning's podcast reports on stolen data being offered for free to a hacker forum, how much is stolen data is worth, and malware found on computers in UK schools

ITWC Morning Briefing, July 20, 2020 – Talking contact tracing apps with SAP

In today's morning briefing, we catch up with SAP about contact tracing apps, plus the latest news.

SAP CEO says outsourcing event platform ‘not the best decision’ after Sapphire technical glitches

Despite a rocky start that prevented many from tuning in on the first day, SAP's online Sapphire Now Reimagined still managed to attract 200,000 visitors, five times last year's in-person attendance in Orlando, according to chief executive officer Christian Klein, and more than one million views.

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