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  • The latest security weaknesses, known in industry parlance as "zero day" vulnerabilities, rank among the most critical ever found in HANA, the engine that runs SAPs latest database, cloud and other more traditional business apps, according to Onapsis, the security company which uncovered these issues. Onapsis said vulnerabilities lay in a HANA component known...

  • It now has a market capitalization of $13.2 billion. However, one buyout firm that is still interested in an acquisition of Citrix is Thoma Bravo LLC, the people added. Bloomberg News first reported earlier on Monday that Citrix was working with Goldman Sachs to explore a sale.

  • NEW YORK, March 13- JPMorgan Chase& Co has sent some wealth management customers letters this month notifying them that they could be moved to the firm's self-directed platform soon ahead of a pending Labor Department retirement regulation, the bank said on Monday. Clients of Chase Wealth Management, Private Bank and J.P. Morgan Securities who had individual...

  • It now has a market capitalization of $13.2 billion. However, one buyout firm that is still interested in an acquisition of Citrix is Thoma Bravo LLC, the people added. Bloomberg News first reported earlier on Monday that Citrix was working with Goldman Sachs to explore a sale.

  • NEW YORK, March 13- Elliott Management's private equity division was among the firms that provided financing to Vista Equity Partners for its $3.6 billion purchase of Canada's DH Corp, according to people familiar with the matter. Evergreen Coast Capital Corp, the private equity group within Elliott that the hedge fund has expanded in the last year, offered...

  • March 13- Canada's government said on Monday that it shut down its website for filing federal taxes after hackers broke into a web server at the nation's statistics bureau last week by exploiting a newly disclosed software bug. Statistics Canada, which said it stopped the intrusion before hackers stole any data, is the first high-profile organization to say it...

  • The strategic headquarters of Citrix Systems in Santa Clara, California.

    Citrix, an enterprise technology company, is said to be working with Goldman Sachs, Bloomberg reported.

  • *Traders have placed a 94 percent bet that Fed Chair Janet Yellen will announce an increase after a two-day meeting on Wednesday. *Wall Street ended higher on Friday but the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq snapped a six-week winning streak as worries about valuations and the lack of detail on President Donald Trump's policy proposals threw a wrinkle in a post-election...

  • Visitors arrive at the cloud pavilion of Amazon Web Services at the 2016 CeBIT digital technology trade fair in Hanover, Germany last March.

    Amazon's service interruption, though not nearly bad enough to spark panic, was viewed by some as a moment for reflection, the NYT reports.

  • TORONTO, March 10- OutsideIQ, a Canadian startup which uses cognitive computing to analyze data, is partnering with the world's largest business commerce network, SAP Ariba, to help corporations quickly screen vendors for risk and regulatory compliance, they said. Companies spend a significant portion of their budget on meeting regulatory requirements.

  • TORONTO, March 10- OutsideIQ, a Canadian startup which uses cognitive computing to analyze data, is partnering with the world's largest business commerce network, SAP Ariba, to help corporations quickly screen vendors for risk and regulatory compliance, they said. Companies spend a significant portion of their budget on meeting regulatory requirements.

  • March 10- Eduardo Vivas, an executive in charge of shaping one of LinkedIn's biggest revenue generators, plans to leave, a company spokeswoman confirmed on Friday. It accounted for $1.8 billion of $3 billion in total revenue in 2015, the last full year of financial results before Microsoft Corp acquired the company last year for $26.2 billion.

  • March 10- U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co said on Friday it had elected former Salesforce.com Inc executive Lynn Vojvodich to its board of directors. Vojvodich, who has also held roles at Microsoft Corp and tech venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, will begin her new role in April. Vojvodich's expertise in the software industry will help Ford advance its...

  • Japanese gamers buy the new video game Nintendo Switch games console by Nintendo Co. during the first day of sales worldwide in Tokyo, Japan on March 03, 2017.

    Preliminary reports suggest strong sales figures for Nintendo's Switch and IDC expects the console to ship 8 million units by Q1'18.

  • VR headset sales to more than double: Analyst

    TuanAnh Nguyen, research analyst at Canalys, says 2016 was a pivotal year for VR hardware technology in getting headsets to the market.

  • How this start-up helps drones navigate air traffic

    Ben Marcus, chief executive of AirMap, talks about how his start-up provides real-time traffic management services for drones.

  • Automation a friend, not foe, of workers: ServiceNow

    Jimmy Fitzgerald, VP of ServiceNow, says automating processes, such as workplace onboarding, will increase employee productivity.

  • The VR space in 2017

    Stephanie Llamas of SuperData Research says there will be greater VR content development this year but growth in proactive VR users will be slower.

  • Atlassian's Cannon-Brookes on Trump, Silicon Valley and diversity

    Mike Cannon-Brookes of Atlassian says if the company didn't already have an office in the U.S., it might have to think harder about opening one today.

  • Atlassian's co-founder on never stopping taking risks

    Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Atlassian, talks about the importance of risk-taking and gives advice to start-ups looking to take it to the next level.

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