Wanted: Successful fighters of cybercrime

Almost daily there are reports in the media about cyber attacks. What is an effective way to counter cybercrime? What project does it take to act effectively against the increasing threat of cybercrime and digitized crime? The Mr. Gonsalves Prize is looking for individuals or organizations that make a significant contribution to the renewal of law enforcement. Candidates can be…

Fiber optic for companies Lichtenvoorde

The network of glass fiber supplier Bright Access in Oost Gelre is further expanded. The construction at Den Sliem & Laarberg business parks in Groenlo has been completed almost. As a follow-up to this successful project, the construction of De Kamp, De Kamp Zuid and Lindebrook in Lichtenvoorde began immediately in September. Project leader Colin Puntman: “It…

EMEA boss leaves HPE

HPE optimizes its managers, according to The Register, which apparently has been approached by its faithful sources . In a message to employees, HPE president Antonio Neri reported in a memorandum a forthcoming departure from EMEA boss Andy Isherwood (photo) and US region boss Jim Merritt. Both would continue to help HPE to transition to the coming fiscal…

CAD & Company University

CAD & Company organizes on Thursday 28 September the CAD & Company University in the Rijtuigenloods in Amersfoort. Every year, this specialist in improving business processes inspires clients from construction, civil engineering and industry. This time, the theme is meeting innovation, giving customers a stage to share projects. In addition to three keynote sessions of Vincent Everts, AFAS…

HP tweaks and extends 3D technology offerings

HP has made two announcements with its offer for the 3D sector. It is a platform for personalized shoes and a collaboration with Siemens to promote 3D printing for industrial production together. HP Inc. first announced the Fitstation, a custom-made and personalized footwear development platform, through innovative 3D scans, dynamic loop analysis and production technology. Hereby, HP says…