Pluribus Technologies | August 25, 2021
Pluribus Technologies Inc. ("Pluribus") announced today the completion of the acquisition of Pathways Training & eLearning Inc. ("Pathways") in Toronto, ON.
Founded in 2006, Pathways is an agency that supports its blue-chip clients through the design and programming of learning technologies, including live action video, eLearning, mLearning, gaming, animation and simulation along with traditional instructional design, corporate training and change management.
Richard Adair, CEO of Pluribus Technologies states, "Pathways represents our fifth acquisition in the eLearning vertical and brings an impressive client base of Fortune 500 companies. As one of Canada's leaders in the provision of gamified mobile learning and virtual reality enabled 360° video, we are excited to introduce these leading-edge offerings to the Pluribus customer base."
Pathways has always strived to be at the forefront of training in the Canadian marketplace, including being the first in Canada to offer virtual reality enabled 360° video for learning.
"We are thrilled to join the Pluribus team." says Kurt Tiltack, Managing Partner of Pathways. "It will be wonderful to witness Pathways current client offerings both support and be amplified by the amazing companies in the Pluribus portfolio. Our collective capabilities will ensure learning successes for our clients now and into the future."
About Pathways Training and eLearning Inc
Pathways Training and eLearning Inc. (Pathways) is a Toronto-based learning and development agency. Pathways specializes in the design of learning technologies and traditional classroom programming, including eLearning, animation, simulation, gaming, live action video and 360° virtual reality. For over 15 years, Pathways has had the pleasure of working alongside some of North America's most celebrated brands, as their trusted learning and development partner.
About Pluribus Technologies Inc.
Pluribus Technologies (named from the Latin term meaning "from many, becomes one") was founded in 2018 with the goal of consolidating the smaller players in the B2B software industry. Pluribus helps entrepreneurs exit their businesses by providing them with a liquidity event when they are seeking a succession plan. The management team of former owner-operators builds upon the legacy created with loyal customers and employees, taking businesses to the next level of success.
prnewswire | October 27, 2020
Netwrix, a cybersecurity merchant that makes information security simple, today declared monetary market discoveries from its 2020 Netwrix Cyber Threats Report. Netwrix directed this online overview in June 2020 to see how the pandemic and following work-from-home activities changed the IT hazard scene.
Of the apparent multitude of verticals the online study investigated, the money related industry displayed the most extraordinary changes in cybersecurity needs. Worry about VPN misuse soar, with an astounding 94% of respondents naming it a top security hazard. Stress over gracefully chain bargain additionally took off, from half to 97%. The quantity of associations organizing intentional information burglary dramatically increased, from 30% pre-pandemic to 70% now, while worry about incidental information sharing dropped from 80% to half.
Notwithstanding this expanded worry about vindictive action, the most generally detailed occurrences included human blunders: 48% of respondents had clients succumb to phishing assaults in the initial hardly any months of the pandemic, 31% endured ill-advised information sharing, and 28% experienced episodes brought about by administrator botches.
Different discoveries of the overview include:
30% of monetary associations feel they are at more prominent cybersecurity hazard now than they were pre-pandemic. The lion's share (64%) are worried about both more regular cyberattacks and the security holes brought about by far off work.
14% of respondents announced a flexibly chain bargain since the pandemic started. Despite the fact that this function is viewed as a basic danger by practically all monetary associations now, the casualties were especially delayed in distinguishing it: 76% required days, weeks or months.
Uncertain information sharing took the longest to recognize: 51% expected days to hail the episode, while 19% required weeks and 11% required months.
"In the money related area, worry about pernicious admittance to touchy information soar in the initial hardly any months of the pandemic, more so than in some other vertical. Notwithstanding, most of occurrences at budgetary associations during that period were really brought about by the human component. To limit both malevolent and unintentional information misfortune, this industry should notice cybersecurity specialists, who suggest consolidating normal end-client preparing with adaptable arrangements that can proactively distinguish and secure touchy information and spot assaults before they become breaks," said Ilia Sotnikov, VP of Product Management at Netwrix.
Netwrix makes information security simple, in this way disentangling how experts can control delicate, controlled and business-basic information, paying little heed to where it lives. In excess of 10,000 associations overall depend on Netwrix answers for secure delicate information, understand the full business estimation of big business content, pass consistence reviews with less exertion and cost, and increment its efficiency groups and information laborers.
Established in 2006, Netwrix has acquired in excess of 150 industry grants and been named to both the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 arrangements of the quickest developing organizations in the U.S.
Cadmium | January 27, 2022
Cadmium announced today that they have partnered with IMS Technology Services in an agreement that streamlines vendor selection for their clients in the live event industry.
The partnership unites event management technology, event production, and content management to strengthen the digital product and service offerings of both organizations.
Cadmium is an award-winning provider of event and learning technology, specializing in continuing educational, professional development, and content management solutions. IMS Technology Services is a certified woman-owned business and award-winning provider of leading systems integration and event staging solutions that promote collaboration, productivity, and learning.
"IMS is extremely excited to partner with Cadmium as we continue to develop our digital experience offering for associations," said Paul Wedesky, COO of IMS Technology Services. "Clients have trusted IMS event staging solutions for decades, and as one company with integrated Hybrid, Virtual and Live strategies, we continually seek new opportunities to modernize the planning process for our clients."
Clients of IMS Technology Services can utilize Cadmium's suite of event technology, including online registration, a mobile app, digital posters, learning management systems (LMS), and more. In turn, Cadmium will partner customers who will benefit from systems integration and event staging solutions with IMS Technology Services.
This partnership simplifies process of vendor selection for event planners, thus facilitating the seamless execution of in-person, virtual, and hybrid events.
"Cadmium continues to identify partnerships that help us create simpler experiences for our clients. Our recent partnership with IMS Technology Services underscores our commitment to streamlining the event planning process."
Michelle Wyatt, President of Event and Video Technology at Cadmium
Together, Cadmium and IMS Technology Services will ease the challenges of transitioning to a hybrid environment for event planners.
About IMS Technology Services
With offices in Garnet Valley, PA and Orlando, FL, IMS is a certified woman-owned business, and award-winning provider of high-quality solutions that are designed to foster collaboration, productivity, learning, and business communication with a team of certified technology professionals. A partner for organizations such as Allergan, National Education Association, Novartis, Johnson & Johnson, Drexel University, and Temple University, IMS specializes in event staging and production, virtual and hybrid events, audio visual system design, managed services, video production, content creation, and projection mapping.
Cadmium simplifies the production of live, hybrid and virtual events and maximizes the value of online learning with a single, flexible platform designed to capture the chemistry of people, ideas and knowledge. The company's software products are trusted by more than 1000 content-driven organizations worldwide to generate revenue, drive customer retention, and lower operational costs for their events and education initiatives.