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Facebook to invest $1 billion in first Asian data centre in Singapore
Facebook said on Thursday it will invest more than $1 billion to build its first data centre in Asia in Singapore, slated to open in 2022. Facebook’s facility will be located in the west of the island, near where Google is expanding its Singapore data centres in an $850 million investment as mobile growth, e-commerce and cloud computing demand rise across the region. (Fonte: Reuters)

Cinque cose da fare per gestire bene la sicurezza gli account social aziendali
Facebook, Youtube, Twitter e tutti gli altri social sono diventati una componente importante e vitale del marketing di moltissime aziende. Purtroppo, come ogni asset importante, sono sotto il costante tiro degli attacchi informatici diretti e indiretti ed è facile cadere vittime di un furto di dati, di un danno di reputazione o, peggio, della intrusione causata dalle informazioni che i pirati riescono a carpire spiando il social manager. (Fonte: Il Sole 24 Ore)

European banking app Monese scores $60M Series B led by Kinnevik
The large amounts of cash that is being invested in challenger banks in the U.K., whether that be startups with a fully fledged banking license or those using the less burdensome e-money regulations, shows no signs of abating. The latest banking fintech to raise a substantial new round is Monese. The London and Tallinn-based company, which provides a mobile-only current account targeting customers with a ‘thin’ credit file or who are newly arrived in a country, has secured $60 million in Series B funding. Leading the round is Kinnevik, with participation from PayPal, European investor Augmentum Fintech, and International Airlines Group via its loyalty and data business Avios Group Ltd. Existing investors, including Investec’s INVC Fund, also followed on. (Fonte: Tech Crunch)

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