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General Dynamics, Vera Forge Enterprise Data Security Partnership

General Dynamics’ mission systems business and data security company Vera have partnered to combine their cyber platforms designed to help government agencies and other organizations protect enterprise data. General Dynamics said Thursday it will integrate its Route 66 Cyber Enterprise Digital Rights Management on-premises and software-as-a-service offerings with Vera’s Always-on File Security platform under the original equipment manufacturer agreement.

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Peter Altabef: Unisys Makes Security a Staple of Every IT Platform, Service

Unisys CEO Peter Altabef told CRN in an interview published Thursday that the company has made security the core of its information technology platforms and service offerings. Altabef said the company’s non-dedicated security platforms have built-in security features and Unisys aims to build on that as it works to support government agencies, financial services, health care and transportation clients.
 

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Harris, Exacom Form Mission-Critical Comms Partnership

Harris and Exacom have teamed up to integrate the latter’s voice logging recorders with its radio systems to provide a comprehensive communications platform for the federal government, public safety, transportation, commercial and utility sectors. Harris said Wednesday it expects the partnership to help advance collaboration on technology development efforts and deliver tech platforms to its network of customers and resellers.

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Naveen Rao, David Hoffman Outline Four Key Pillars of Intel’s Recommended National AI Strategy

Naveen Rao and David Hoffman of Intel have said the Trump administration should build on an executive order signed in February to develop a national strategy that would advance the development and deployment of artificial intelligence. Rao and Hoffman wrote in an article published Wednesday that Intel’s recommended national AI strategy focuses on four aspects and one is to promote research and development in AI.

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Oracle Joins NSF-Backed Cloud Project to Advance Scientific Research

Oracle has taken part in a National Science Foundation-funded project that aims to develop cloud capabilities to support scientific computing research and related applications. Oracle said Tuesday nonprofit technology organization Internet2 will oversee the two phases of the Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science project to explore the capabilities of cloud platforms for research and computational science.
 

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