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Day: February 14, 2021

Microsoft asks government to stay out of its cyber attack response in Australia

Microsoft has taken the chance to remind the federal authorities of the issues it usually takes with the proposed important infrastructure legislation by flagging a number of areas of the Monthly bill that it believes could unintentionally make Australia’s safety posture much less secure. The draft legislation in problem, the Safety Laws Amendment (Essential Infrastructure) […]

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Salesforce: Combining AI and automation can give us superpowers and make us more productive

At Dreamforce 2020, Salesforce unveiled Einstein Automate, an automation platform designed to help customers automate workflows and connect applications using the low-code or no-code tools. Robotic process automation is a key part of enterprise digital transformation strategies and I had a chance to speak with John Kucera, SVP of Product Management for Automation at Salesforce, […]

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AustCyber merges with Stone & Chalk to boost local capability in emerging tech

AustCyber, the organisation charged with escalating a neighborhood cybersecurity ecosystem, will be merging with innovation hub Stone and Chalk, with the two non-gains hoping to strengthen Australia’s domestic industrial capacity in essential and rising systems.  The program is to provide startups and scale-ups with “enhanced entry to domestic and intercontinental clients, expertise, and expertise jointly […]

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‘Bawri Chhori’ Review: Aahana Kumra Starrer Is An Eccentric Dramedy But Only In Parts

Bawri Chhori starring Aahana Kumra is composed and directed by Akhilesh Jaiswal who has co-composed the grim, gritty Gangs Of Wasseypur with Anurag Kashyap. And it is fascinating since the filmmaker has long gone the slice-of-lifestyle way in this unconventional, impartial movie. The dilemma? It’s inconsistent. The film revolves all over Radhika who sets out […]

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