Friday 30 July 2021

Open trade policies key to solar energy growth: WTO

The WTO and Irena have launched a new booklet highlighting the need for open trade policies and harmonized product standards to support the deployment of solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies. The WTO and the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) have launched a new bookle


Cybercriminals may target 2020 Tokyo Olympics, FBI warns

The United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has issued a warning about threat actors potentially attempting to disrupt the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. It went on to warn that cybercriminals could utilize various flavours of cybercrime such as distributed denial of se


Conbit provides safe solution for flare revamping

Back in 2019, Carigali Hess needed to perform a major overhaul of the flare system at the Central Processing Platform at Cakerawala field in Malaysia.    Such projects require impeccable levels of safety and efficiency, as production must be shut down for t


Global digital commerce revenue grows just 3% in Q2

Global year over year (YoY) digital commerce revenue grew by a modest three percent in the second quarter of this year after posting four consecutive quarters of growth greater than 50%, according to the Q2 Salesforce Shopping Index.    US digital revenue f


DDoS protection major concern for ME service providers

2020 was a year that changed the world as we know it. The global pandemic revolutionized our work lives as remote working became the norm and this trend is expected to continue into the future. For communication service providers, the pandemic brought about challenges but also opportunities for


Agility, digital and ESG key to banks’ success, says report

Agility, digital and ESG are key to banks’ success, said professional services firm Accenture in a new report, adding that banking chief financial officers (CFOs) can leverage each to guide the business forward. Banks today face a mixed bag of challenges, but they are using


Ransomware reality is biting businesses, says expert

Ransomware attacks have bitten a gaping hole in the pockets of businesses who are having to pay extortionate ransoms in response to highly targeted attacks by sophisticated criminal organisations, , says Dave Russell, VP, Enterprise Strategy, Veeam.    The


The era of easy fixes is over

The financial sector is slowly waking up to the risk of biodiversity, but risks and opportunities are less understandable than with climate change.   The era of easy fixes is over. The challenges of adopting responsible finance and ESG issues – global, loc


New unicorns spike 491% to 136 in Q2, says report

The number of new global unicorns has spiked 491% between the second-quarter (Q2) of 2020 and Q2 2021 from 23 to a staggering 136, said Finbold, a leading provider of the latest finance news, in a new report. The rate of companies attaining unicorn status in recent months has acc


Global emissions set to surge to all-time high: IEA

With only 2% of governments’ recovery spending going to clean energy transitions, global emissions are set to surge to an all-time high, according to new analysis from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The sums of money, both public and private, being mobilised worldwi

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