SurveySparrow launches MS Teams integration to simplify remote working

SurveySparrow launches MS Teams integration to simplify remote working

Published: 8 hours ago By Saipriya Iyer

More than seven and half months have passed since the WHO (World Health Organization) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Thousands of millions of people have lived through nationwide lockdowns, while many people have made a s....

Panoply secures $10 million to boost growth of its cloud data platform

Panoply, the San Francisco-based firm offering the worlds first all-in-one cloud data platform, has reportedly secured an additional USD 10 million in funding from C5 Capital Ltd and Ibex Investors LLC. This brings the total funding in the ....

SYV selects Nokia to modernize and manage Finland’s 5G infrastructure

With 5G deployment efforts garnering momentum throughout the world, 5G equipment suppliers are witnessing lucrative opportunities. According to recent reports, Finnish Shared Network Limited (SYV) has selected electronics and telecom giant....

Ericsson, POST Luxembourg sign deal to deploy 5G RAN in Luxembourg

POST Luxembourg and Ericsson have reportedly entered into a multiyear agreement for the deployment of 5G RAN and 5G Core technologies in Luxembourg. POST is reported to have gone live via Ericsson’s 5G on the 16th of October with tech....

Optus and Fortinet team up for advanced SD-WAN portfolio in Australia

Australian telecom company Optus has recently confirmed that it has teamed up with the leading cybersecurity solutions provider Fortinet, for offering secure, software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) to government and enterprise custo....

Google Cloud obtains Secure Cloud Framework Agreement from Canada

Google Cloud has reportedly acquired a Secure Cloud Framework Agreement from the federal government of Canada. The agreement will allow Google Cloud to go for direct sale of collaboration technologies and innovative cloud platform to federa....

Telia, Ericsson to deploy next-gen 5G networks across Sweden, Estonia

Ericsson and Telia have reportedly revealed plans to deploy next generation 5G networks across Estonia and Sweden by 2025. The two companies have been providing reliable, secure, and fast wireless network services to the Nordics and beyond ....