Japan’s Kanbashi software company shuts down
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Japanese software giant Kanbasha has been shut down.
Kanbashima had been selling software to hospitals, universities and businesses since 2004.
The company said it was taking a “comprehensive, comprehensive and long-term” action to “protect the privacy and security of its customers, its employees and its customers’ data”.
It said the company had “no intention to operate again”.
Kanbaja said it would also be discontinuing the sale of Kanbata.
The government had recently approved the acquisition of Kanba for ¥2.6bn by Tokyo-based technology company NEC.
The deal is subject to a review by the cabinet, which will discuss the sale at a meeting on March 28.
Japanese software giant Kanbasha has been shut down.Kanbashima had been selling software to hospitals, universities and businesses since 2004.The company…
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