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It may not be in the air after all

With the changing of seasons, it is not surprising that there will also be an increase in the cases of allergies especially among children. As such, one of the ways to safeguard your child’s health is by identifying the root cause of the allergy. However, what many may not know is that allergies need not be caused by airborne particles. In fact, many allergic reactions are stimulated through skin contact.

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South Korea joins DHL’s Asia-Europe multimodal network

DHL Global Forwarding, the leading international provider of air, sea and road freight services, has connected South Korea to its comprehensive Asia-Europe multimodal network, giving Korean businesses more flexible and efficient access to the country’s third-largest export market.

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SAP Ushers in a New Era for Live Digital Business at SAPPHIRE NOW 2017

June 2017 — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) said today it has harnessed its digital core, bold technologies of the future and its expertise in ERP to help customers make everything digital, programmable, smarter. SAP’s commitment to an open ecosystem and strong partnerships will be key for the cloud-based Intelligent Enterprise, seen as a cornerstone for the new global economy.

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Organizations and Computer Users Must Take Immediate Action to Protect against Petya Ransomware

Fortinet, a global leader in high-performance cyber security solutions, today advised organisations and computer users to brace and take immediate action against a new ransomware variant called Petra that is sweeping across the world. The ransomware is currently having an impact on a wide range of industries and organizations, including critical infrastructure such as energy, banking, and transportation systems.

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Online banking security incidents come with a $1.8 million price tag for banks

The crippling financial implications of online banking security incidents have been brought to light by the latest Kaspersky Lab report into cybersecurity threats in the financial sector. The report shows that an accident involving a bank’s online banking services costs the organization $1,754,000 on average – that’s double the price of recovering from a malware incident, which costs as much as $825,000 on average to resolve.

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