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WalkMe | November 09, 2022
WalkMe Ltd. (NASDAQ: WKME), a leading provider of digital adoption solutions, today announced its approval to join the G-Cloud Digital Marketplace by the Crown Commercial Service of the UK government. WalkMe is now a part of the G-Cloud 13 initiative, a centralized hub for the streamlined procurement of cloud-related IT services and technologies by public sector organizations such as central and local governments, non-profit organizations, education, defense, and emergency and health services. T...
Google | January 26, 2020
Google has begun charging law enforcement for access to user data, according to a report by the New York Times. The company is levying fees of $45 for a subpoena, $60 for a wiretap, and $245 for a search warrant, according to documents reviewed by the NYT. The company receives a high volume of requests from law enforcement agencies to hand over data about its users and has therefore decided to bring in charges to “offset the costs” of compiling this data. According to the report, Goo...
DLT Solutions | November 19, 2020
DLT Solutions, LLC., a completely owned auxiliary of Tech Data and a head government technology solutions aggregator, has collaborated with Microsoft to bring to advertise Azure and Modern Workplace solutions to the U.S. public area. These contributions will be accessible through DLT's Cloud Navigator Program and will remember improved International Traffic for Arms Regulations (ITAR) agreeable help through DLT's Confirmed Stateside Support offering.
As a result, DLT is an...
PayPal | April 12, 2020
Fintech payments giant PayPal announced Friday that it is taking part in the US government’s Paycheck Protection Program—making it one of the first non-bank institutions approved to provide loans to small businesses during the coronavirus crisis. The Paycheck Protection Program is the initiative of the Small Business Administration, a US government agency. It will provide $350 billion in loans to help small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll....
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