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Understanding the Oracle APEX Application Development Lifecycle

October 21, 2022

Understanding the Oracle APEX Application Development Lifecycle
Oracle APEX is the world’s most popular low-code application platform for enterprise apps. It’s free to use with any Oracle database or database cloud service. Using a browser-based builder, you and your team create modern data-centric web apps that are reliable, scalable, and secure. End users access them with desktop or mobile browsers or install them like native apps in one click. Every day APEX developers the world over help each other succeed. They produce everything from small departmental apps done by one or two people, to complex, business critical systems engineered by a team of IT professionals.

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Silobreaker

Silobreaker is a SaaS platform that enables threat intelligence teams to produce high-quality and relevant intelligence at a faster pace. We do this by bringing together all the steps of the intelligence cycle in one place; from the management of cyber, physical and geopolitical PIRs to the automated collection and processing of structured and unstructured data from open, deep and dark web and finished intelligence sources; to the analysis, production and dissemination of intelligence. This helps intelligence teams work more efficiently to identify and prioritise threats and supports decision-makers to act faster to mitigate risk, protect revenue and drive business results. Our customers come from the corporate, government, military and financial services sectors and represent a wide range of use-cases across cyber and corporate security; competitive intelligence, incident management, market intelligence, risk analysis, asset management and general OSINT.

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Artificial Intelligence & Financial Services

whitePaper | November 29, 2022

Artificial intelligence has long since graduated from science fiction and speculative use cases to widespread and diverse development across fintech sectors. CB Insights reported that financings for AI startups showed continued robust activity through Q2 2022, despite changes in market sentiment from the exuberance of 2021.

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The Expanding Universe of Low Code / No Code Platforms

whitePaper | June 30, 2022

Low code and no code (LCNC) development platforms expedite the creation of new applications with minimal or no coding requirements, as well as offer tools for non-programmers to create applications of their own. Low code development was introduced in the early 2000s to increase developer productivity. It uses a variety of approaches that automate and abstract application development activities, such as drag and drop editors, code generation, component assembly and model-driven development.

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The use of Artificial Intelligence to Combat Public Sector Fraud

whitePaper | February 21, 2020

The information contained in the International Public Sector Fraud Forum documentation and training is subject to Crown Copyright 2020. The information should not be published or distributed in any way that could undermine the values and aims of the International Public Sector Fraud Forum. This content consists of material which has been developed and approved by the International Public Sector Fraud Forum.

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Microsoft Power Apps, Microsoft Power Automate and Microsoft Power Virtual Agents Licensing Guide

whitePaper | June 2, 2022

Licensing programs are channels where you can buy Power Apps, Power Automate and Power Virtual Agents. You can license Power Apps, Power Automate and Microsoft Power Virtual Agents through Microsoft Volume Licensing (VL), Cloud Solution Provider program (CSP), and/or Web Direct (MOSP) programs. In Volume Licensing, Power Apps and Power Automate are available through:

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Artificial intelligence across industries

whitePaper | September 12, 2022

Artificial intelligence is currently attracting considerable interest and attention from industry, researchers, governments as well as investors, who are pouring record amounts of money into the development of new machine learning technologies and applications.

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Certifying Fairness of AI-Applications An Impossible Task?

whitePaper | January 28, 2022

Since more and more decisions that used to be made by humans are nowadays made either with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI) or by AI alone, it is essential that the AI algorithms are “fair.” In this whitepaper, we discuss issues surrounding the fairness of AI applications, with a special focus on how it can be assessed independently and subsequently certified. We explain why an AI application cannot be classified – and subsequently certified – as “fair” or “unfair” in a general sense and propose an approach that makes it possible to classify it as “fair” or “unfair” under the (application)-specific definition of fairness.

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Silobreaker

Silobreaker is a SaaS platform that enables threat intelligence teams to produce high-quality and relevant intelligence at a faster pace. We do this by bringing together all the steps of the intelligence cycle in one place; from the management of cyber, physical and geopolitical PIRs to the automated collection and processing of structured and unstructured data from open, deep and dark web and finished intelligence sources; to the analysis, production and dissemination of intelligence. This helps intelligence teams work more efficiently to identify and prioritise threats and supports decision-makers to act faster to mitigate risk, protect revenue and drive business results. Our customers come from the corporate, government, military and financial services sectors and represent a wide range of use-cases across cyber and corporate security; competitive intelligence, incident management, market intelligence, risk analysis, asset management and general OSINT.

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