New InCommon Sponsored Partners Featured
As a regular feature of the Trust and Identity newsletter, we will provide information about Sponsored Partners that have recently joined InCommon. All new Sponsored Partners are given the opportunity to include information about their company and the services they are federating.
Veoci is a cloud-based software platform created by six former-GE employees. The platform’s initial focus was on software to help manage emergency planning, response and recovery. This expanded to day-to-day operations at airports, universities, hospitals, cities, financial institutions and corporations. Technically, Veoci is the future of computer software – it is a no-code application development platform that users can set up to do whatever they need with just point and click and not writing a single line of code. It is the next generation of software for managing a crisis or daily operations with everything on the cloud and users logging in with secure passwords from their cell phones, tablets or computers. Communication, record keeping, accountability, managing information, are all enhanced using the system.
BBC Monitoring provides cost-effective services for academic research in international relations and political science. BBC Monitoring translates and analyses reports from media all over the world: more than 100 countries and 150 languages. Key countries and regions monitored include: Russia, Iran, Middle East, and Africa. The content is relevant to studies of international relations, political science, war studies, terrorism, jihadism, and media. More than 4 million items are available dating back to 1996. BBC Monitoring’s website is available on subscription. Log in via InCommon provides easy single sign on for students and academic staff. More information can be found at https://monitoring.bbc.co.uk/#/login. Free trials and samples are available. For more details contact Nick Reynolds, Business Development Manager, (UK) 011 44 118 948 6420 or (UK) 011 44 7801 624919.