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Tern Plc LSE:TERN London Ordinary Share GB00BFPMV798 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -3.23% 7.50 7.00 8.00 8.00 7.50 8.00 1,494,543 09:00:14
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Software & Computer Services 0.0 4.6 1.4 5.6 26

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23/5/2022
06:14
Sector news - "Broadcom is in talks to acquire cloud computing company VMware"


https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/broadcom-in-talks-to-acquire-cloud-company-vmware

THE STRAITS TIMES

Broadcom in talks to acquire cloud company VMware
PUBLISHED 49 MINS AGO [23rd may, 2022]

NEW YORK (BLOOMBERG) - Broadcom is in talks to acquire cloud computing company VMware, according to people familiar with the matter, setting up a blockbuster tech deal that would vault the chipmaker into a highly specialised area of software.

The discussions are ongoing and there is no guarantee they will lead to a purchase, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is not public.

VMware currently has a market valuation of about US$40 billion (S$55 billion). Assuming a typical premium, the potential deal price would be higher, though the terms under consideration were unclear.

Continued......

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tullynessle
23/5/2022
05:52
Just a coincidence think we will find out in 8 minutes as surely a global launch would force Tern to tell us something

If you look at SW post 310606 you see that Computex 2022 which is for the major chip manufacturers commences with a presentation by AMD at 11pm Pacific Time on 22nd May. Perhaps this is what Darren referred to. The reason for the odd time is that the presentation is from Taiwan which is some hours ahead of US time.

sweepie2
23/5/2022
05:14
Stent great post
It certainly sounds like a begrudging admission of DeviceAuthority̵7;s better quality patented technology

kkrr11ss2
22/5/2022
22:37
"stentorian12 Oct '21 - 18:45 - 287892 of 310649 0 40 0

For me this is the highlight of the day. Approaching Autumn I have a new found appreciation of a LEAF!

From the 16:00hrs Microsoft/DA Presentation on 12 October.

Steve Busby, Microsoft
27:00
“One of the questions that comes up is how do all of these certificates get deployed? How do I manage all of these certificates? I want them to expire every three months, every six months once a year whatever the security policy is for that company. I need to move from one CA to another, How do I manage all of that? To date that is one if the things that Microsoft has not really provided a great answer for within IoT Edge itself natively Azure IoT ecosystem natively to manage all of these certificates…How do I manage to operate all of these certificates this is going to be one of the kinda key places where I am afraid Device Authority are going to help us out here…How Device Authority adds to this story and completes it.”

I'm sure he said "afraid" a begrudging reluctance at all of the money DA are going to make."

stentorian
22/5/2022
21:03
In their tweet timed at around 1800 hours today, Venafi highlights their blog entitled, "4 Reasons Shorter Certificate Validity Periods Are a Good Thing".

Fortunately Device Authority has an (the) answer for the additional work emanating from Shorter Certificate Lifespans.

Extract:

"Automation is the Solution to Shorter Certificate Lifespans

If past trends are any indication, certificate validity periods will likely continue to shrink. This frequency of renewal will place increasing strain on organizations that manually monitor their certificates until it becomes impossible. Shorter certificate validity periods are undoubtedly more secure, and with automation and full network visibility is the only way to navigate the current certificate ecosystem. Start integrating automation into your certificate management processes now so you don’t have to worry about it later."



https://www.venafi.com/blog/4-reasons-why-shorter-certificate-validity-periods-are-good-thing?utm_source=social%20media&utm_medium=Bora&utm_campaign=david-bisson-shorter-certificate-validity-good-thing-blog

VENAFI

4 Reasons Shorter Certificate Validity Periods Are a Good Thing

June 18, 2021 David Bisson
28 February 2018 marked the last day that organizations could purchase certificates with a three-year validity period, and 31 August 2020 was the last day organizations could purchase certificates with a two-year validity period. All SSL/TLS certificates issued on or after 1 September 2020 have a maximum lifespan of approximately 13 months, a 51% reduction. This change is significant in that organizations will need to renew their certificates more often.


Venafi blog continues


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Venafi
@Venafi
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Shorter certificate validity periods may seem like an invitation for more repetitive work, but this doesn’t necessarily have to be the case.

Learn why mandating shorter certificate validity periods has its benefits:

tullynessle
22/5/2022
19:40
If you look at SW post 310606 you see that Computex 2022 which is for the major chip manufacturers commences with a presentation by AMD at 11pm Pacific Time on 22nd May. Perhaps this is what Darren referred to. The reason for the odd time is that the presentation is from Taiwan which is some hours ahead of US time.
olaf08
22/5/2022
11:33
Some of you lot need to take a chill pill. I thought it was only the wife that had no sense of humour !!!
upthegardenpath
22/5/2022
10:58
Konektio
@konektio

James Bell ex Siemens sales specialist
- Konektio's newest sales manager.

We're excited to have you on board! Check out his profile or send him a message to learn more about his experiences and all things Konektio and AssetMinder. hTTps://linkedin.com/in/james-bell-62a277b4/…

kkrr11ss2
22/5/2022
10:36
Time for upthegardenpath to re-enter the green bin.
mudbath
22/5/2022
10:24
Many many many pounds not pence........Andrea dear said so !
upthegardenpath
22/5/2022
10:20
Psst... copycat... there are still some of your posts from Friday that you haven't deleted yet. Stop slacking
onsideman
22/5/2022
10:10
We await the sling shot/rocket to outer pace, fuelled by a ` secret `sauce, and constructed with glue.
emigna2020
22/5/2022
09:42
Liam Dillon
@iotboom
·
May 20
#Tern As a former head of availability/reliability for an industrial multinational I can say with a fair degree of confidence that
@Ternplc
portfolio company
@konektio
are now a serious player. #conditionmonitoring #Maintenance
@reliability

sweepie2
22/5/2022
08:58
Vowel, trolls refuse to focus on the fact DA has spent those years to get everywhere and compatible with the biggest players and standards..

Security M&A red hot!!

still waiting
22/5/2022
08:58
The coming few days could indeed be pivotal for TERN.

I am not one for castigating our BoD for their failure to extol the momentum being evidenced throughout its investee portfolio; yet it does look as though "RNS" time is now inevitably approaching; such is the rapidly evolving integration of TERN's investee companies capabilities into the very global fabric of the IoT/meta etc.

Something has to give !!

mudbath
22/5/2022
08:24
Tell Lou-lou that `Nevers sur Dimanche`, is an appropriate vacation spot.
emigna2020
22/5/2022
08:07
The trolls witter on about 'the last seven/eight yars' on a daily basis. Apple, between 1982 and 2002 (yes, that's two decades), hardly moved. I owned my first Apple computer in 1998, when the share price was aroun 0.30 per share. I'm not saying Tern is anything like Apple, but, well, I don't need to tell you waht the share price is now do i? 7/8 years is a blink of an eye when it comes to a long term investment. I'm in for the long haul but I really wish I'd bought Apple shares rather than the computer itself.
vowelmovement
22/5/2022
07:39
Giving each chip a decade or so of extra income ?
still waiting
22/5/2022
07:30
"KEYSCALER INSIDE"
philjeans
22/5/2022
07:21
Intel still my favourite to buy DA
kkrr11ss2
21/5/2022
22:50
hTTps://thenewstack.io/intel-to-continue-buying-spree-of-saas-vendors/
kkrr11ss2
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