VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Warranty Master is changing its name to ScalePad and launching its latest services innovation: Software Asset Management.
New brand and technology innovations introduce a larger and more profitable revenue stream for more than 8,000 ScalePad MSP Partners.
ScalePad expands Asset Lifecycle Management portfolio 10 times with addition of software, offering MSPs a 360-degree view of customers’ technology infrastructure and investments.
A preview of Software Asset Management is now available to all ScalePad MSP Partners at no charge to quickly demonstrate its positive impact on Partner productivity, sales pipelines and profits.
By expanding its Asset Lifecycle Management portfolio to include hardware, software and warranty services, ScalePad MSP Partners now have access to 10 times more data totaling 100 million assets managed.
A channel champion, ScalePad has enjoyed explosive growth in the last 12 months:
Financial services companies are preparing for a time when a powerful quantum computer could break some of the most widespread cryptographic methods currently used in cybersecurity.
Experts say quantum-computing cyberattacks could be more than a decade away, based on the technology’s rate of progress, but the consequences could be so severe that companies and cryptographers world-wide are preparing now.
Chase & Co., for example, are researching methods capable of thwarting such an attack, developing new processes and closely following the race for new encryption standards.
“The data we have is sensitive, and it is vast in quantity, so protecting that data is job number one for us,” said Rajat Taneja, president of technology at Visa.
Nearly six years ago, researchers at Visa began studying so-called post-quantum cryptography, which refers to the new
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The Carousell application is displayed on a smartphone in an arranged photograph in Singapore.
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SINGAPORE — Online classifieds business Carousell is on its way to becoming one of Southeast Asia’s next unicorns — start-ups with a valuation over $1 billion — but co-founder and CEO Quek Siu Rui told CNBC the company is focused on becoming profitable over the next three-to-four years.
Carousell last month said it received an investment amounting to $80 million from a consortium led by South Korean tech company Naver, the creator of messaging app Line. Other investors in the consortium included Mirae Asset-Naver Asia Growth Fund and NH Investment & Securities. That pushed Carousell’s valuation above $900 million.
Regulatory filings and media reports indicated that only a portion of the investment involved the issuing of new shares. Some of Carousell’s existing shareholders including Golden Gate Ventures, Sequoia Capital
Starling launched an online portal for personal and joint account holders, joining the small rank of its peers offering online banking.
And online banking could extend customer lifetime value for Starling, by enabling functionality that mobile is poorly equipped to handle.
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The UK-based neobank launched online banking for personal and joint account holders, its first foray into a non-mobile channel for personal account holders, per AltFi.
Starling Bank launched an online portal for personal and joint account holders.
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The launch follows the release of Starling’s online banking portal for SMB customers last fall. The pitch at the time was that online access would help businesses manage more complex finances, like setting up recurring payments and exporting statements. It was also a requirement