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When we think about customer loyalty, we think of BA. They have been with Axway for 25 years, using our portfolio of services throughout their journey to e-government.
Companies in critical sectors, where security is especially important, can – and should – open up to their partners via APIs without being threatened. But many fear they would have to compromise...
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Whiteboard chat explaining why API security matters and how Amplify plays a central role in enabling API Security.
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