Synnex adds ATEN's KVMs. VMware to acquire remote device management vendor. IBM develops tech to prevent power outages.

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Optus slapped with $10 million fine over third-party bills

Optus slapped with $10 million fine over third-party bills

240,000 customers have been refunded so far.

 

Synnex adds ATEN's updated kernel-based VM switches

Synnex adds ATEN's updated kernel-based VM switches

Catering to government and military customers.

 

VMware acquires remote device management vendor AetherPal

VMware acquires remote device management vendor AetherPal

Boosting capabilities of VMware's Workspace ONE platform.

 

IBM develops new tech to help prevent power outages

IBM develops new tech to help prevent power outages

Can predict and monitor when and where trees threaten power lines.

 

Apple to pay an estimated $800 million in back taxes to France

Apple to pay an estimated $800 million in back taxes to France

Deal was reached in December after months of negotiations.

 

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