Tech News Hub: WEEKLY NEWS INSIGHTS
Welcome to our weekly news roundup, highlighting our week’s top stories. We started the week off with Kingfisher Plc, an international home improvement company that has entered into a five-year strategic partnership with Google Cloud to enhance Kingfisher's digital capabilities as it helps usher in the next digital age of retail. The Need for Qualified IT accelerates Cloud Adoption Plans as the partnership with Google Cloud is based on a clear understanding of product core values. Both organizations prioritize user experience driven by innovative design.
As organisations look to the future, their ability to implement transformative technologies such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), virtual and augmented reality, quantum computing, and more will depend on their current cloud deployment strategies. Google cloud is chosen as a catalyst for growth and innovation.
In the world of Cybersecurity, A recent wave of Gootkit malware download attacks targeted the Australian healthcare sector using legitimate tools such as VLC Media Player. The Australian Cyber Security Center (ACSC) said it would review the results and contact relevant organisations if it found them at risk.
Details of a now-fixed vulnerability in Google Chrome and Chromium-based browsers, which were detected that, if successfully exploited, would allow files containing confidential data at risk. Google described the problem as insufficient file system data validation and issued fixes in versions 107 and 108, released in October and November 2022.
Furthermore, we discussed the tripartite partnership of the USA, Mexico and Canada as they work together to increase North American semiconductor production capacity and explore standards for developing hydrogen as a clean energy source. The United States, Mexico, and Canada agreed on a set of outcomes that focus on working together to address challenges from immigration to the climate crisis.
ThreatLocker's cybersecurity tools allow organisations to set their course against cybercriminals with a cost-effective approach to cybersecurity, using controls that prevent threats like ransomware. The Orlando Magic announces a multi-year partnership with Orlando-based ThreatLocker, a leader in cybersecurity technology.
Our last story featured How Management Innovation makes Switching Platforms very easy. Investors are no longer experiencing growth, so there will likely be a lot of M&A in the coming years, which prompted the launch of new platforms. UCaas Integration encouraged companies that with their product, they only have to press two buttons, and the numbers of the organisations will be transferred to a new service provider.
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