First Boston-based Panel Discussion on Driving License Compliance with Software Intelligence

WALTHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The leading software intelligence solutions provider, V.i. Laboratories, Inc. (“V.i. Labs”), is sponsoring a panel discussion and reception in Waltham on Tuesday, May 1 on the best practices for generating, investigating and converting software license compliance opportunities. The panel discussion marks the fourth in a series of…

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UP, ICTO call for end to cyber attacks, but Pinoy hacktivists on a hacking spree

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