Germany's Dussmann Group, which offers services ranging from technical management, catering, security and cleaning to commercial property management, appears to have taken a hit from a gang of malicious attackers who have used the Nefilim Windows ransomware to stage the attack.
Software giant Microsoft has paid US$25 million to the US Government to settle investigations into bribery by its Hungarian operations, with the company entering into a non-prosecution agreement with the US Department of Justice and a cease-and-desist order with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A British website has used speed data from Ookla's Speedtest and global average broadband prices from cable.co.uk and come up with what it says is the best value broadband based on cost per Mbps. On this index, Australia is ranked 66th, with the cost per Mbps being $2.26.
The US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have launched an investigation into Microsoft over possible bribery and corruption in connection with software sales in Hungary.
Ericsson has boosted its global research and development ecosystem with the establishment of a “hypermodern test laboratory” and new facilities in Budapest, Hungary.
A Lithuanian man known as Evaldas Rimasauskas succeeded in bilking two American companies of more than US$100 million by pretending to be a known entity that was doing business with the US firms.
Global solutions and services provider Dimension Data Dimension has completed the acquisition of European communications services provider NextiraOne as the company looks to grow its business through both organic growth and strategic acquisitions.
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