What does Brexit mean for your business?

Red Hat acquires API management firm 3scale, posts Q1 results
The open source software company is buying the API management leader to complement its existing middleware product portfolio.

Teradata attempts to disrupts itself with cloud push
Teradata is responding to change with a new architecture, more apps and IP, and, most importantly, a more urgent move to the cloud. Here’s a look at the priorities presented during Teradata Influencer Summit.

Who needs tech? British LinkedIn members want to work for retailers
Americans are attracted to tech giants such as Google, Salesforce and Apple while UK members of LinkedIn prefer retailers such as John Lewis, Harrods, Selfridges and Marks and Spencer….

American Express offers olive branch to merchants over EMV liability costs
The credit card company will no longer hold merchants responsible for fraudulent credit card charges less than $25.

IBM forms Watson Health medical imaging collaborative
The tech giant has recruited 16 medical centers, radiology providers and other organizations in the health sector to advance cognitive imaging in health care.

Senate rejects FBI bid for warrantless access to internet browsing histories
Lawmakers couldn’t get the required majority to advance the bill.

Dropbox rolls out new collaboration features across mobile, desktop
The San Francisco-based company said the new features are designed to improve user productivity and the way large teams work together.

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