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Secure DevOps, Uncategorized | November 12, 2020
Now Available: RTist 11, version 2020.45
The latest HCL RTist 11 release, version 2020.45, is now available. And there are several improvements and new features in this release:
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Uncategorized | September 14, 2020
VersionVault around the DevOps Clock
HCL VersionVault is a great tool, but there is not a magic tool to do everything we need. This is also true in DevOps. Thus, HCL VersionVault read blog for more details.
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Uncategorized | August 14, 2020
Remote Agile & The True North
This blog talks about HCL Compass builds in a structured set of customizable processes that can help developers and non-tech stakeholders alike to dwell into the project and gather the information that interests them all the while working on the same set of dashboards and views.
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Secure DevOps, Uncategorized | August 3, 2020
HCL Aleph Research at DEF CON Conference Spotlights Critical Security Vulnerabilities in Router Technology
In this blog, HCL Aleph Research recaps security vulnerabilities that they have located in router technology, which will be presented at DEF CON.
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Uncategorized | March 24, 2020
How pandemics may change the way we bank and run our banking technology
As of this writing on 3/20/2020, we are in the early stages on determining the impact the COVID-19 virus will have on both the economy and our lives.  While we still face many unknowns we are beginning to learn lessons which give us the opportunity to change the way we will bank in the future not only for events such as the current pandemic, but how to better support banking customers in general.  Hosting in the cloud:  A big part of the role of a Chief Technology Officer is business continuity planning to make sure that the underlying systems that support the banking business can operate under any conditions.  We frequently perform disaster recovery testing to ensure our critical applications continue to operate in the event of a regional disaster.  Although pandemic planning is part of our business continuity plans, the scope of COVID-19 may stress those plans to operate our technology infrastructure by limiting our operations and support organizations.  Cloud hosting can potentially be a tool that can be leveraged to extend our required resources to 3rd party providers in the event staffing operations and support teams become problematic.     Contactless payments:  With the introduction of “social distancing” the last thing we want to do is come in contact with payment devices including payment card terminals, ATM machines or handing cash to cashiers.  Fortunately, some merchants such as Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts allow you to have the QR code scanned using their mobile apps not requiring any physical contact.  This is more the exception than the norm.  This is an opportunity to accelerate the move to contactless payments.  Near Field Communication (NFC) payments is a well established technology and should be accelerated to more merchants and channels.  Contactless cards should also become the standard in the card industry. ...
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Digital Solutions, Uncategorized | March 17, 2020
We Are Now 120 days from a Very Important Date!
On July 16, 2019, HCL announced the End of Marketing/End of Service of Connections Cloud and SmartCloud Notes (SCN) with services ending July 16, 2020. Conceding that you have not yet decided on what your plan is, the time is now to move forward in planning that decision.  We are 3 months from the existing cloud service shutting down. Please complete this survey to help us better understand how to best support you over the next 3  months. As you might imagine, we at HCL are hopeful that our investment strategy in the collaboration products you have inspires you to move ahead with us in a new environment.  That being said, we know that some of you will have to make alternative plans.  We are doing our best to prepare you concisely and transparently.  To that end, you have the following options: Move your data to an approved HCL Cloud Hosting Managed Service Provider Move your data on-premises, to a private cloud, or a third-party cloud provider Do nothing and lose all data after July 15, 2020  **Note: No data will be accessible on the existing cloud service after July 15, 2020** In case you are currently in discussions with an approved HCL Cloud Hosting Managed Service Provider, we strongly encourage you to sign your contract, and get your data migration scheduled and proceed down this path:   Supposing that you are not working with an approved HCL Cloud Hosting Managed Service Provider but would like to move your cloud data to an on-premises environment, private cloud, or a third-party cloud provider, please see the API documentation about the Connections Cloud data extraction and migration. Below we have outlined clear next steps for each of our affected products: For SCN/Verse customers, we recommend you start your mail data migration now. Get started...
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