India pushed back vigorously against the remarks of UN special rapporteurs on the country’s new IT rules, describing them as “misplaced, exaggerated and disingenuous” in the context of presume scenarios that are not founded in reality… Read more at:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/83703924.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst SOURCE: TIME OF INDIA (1)
By Charles F Moreira On 30 December 2020, almost six months ago, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), which comes under the United States Department of Homeland Security, issued a press release on it website stating:- Effective December 30, 2020, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) personnel at all U.S. ports of entry will […]
The sprint toward digital transformation has quickly expanded the threat landscape and attackers have seized the opportunity to exploit these the new vulnerabilities. To address this changing threat landscape, VMware announced innovations to better secure the world’s digital infrastructure and anywhere workspaces. “Cyberattacks and breaches are perennial challenges for organizations, particularly so for those operating […]
Amazon Global Selling and the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) are collaborating on e-Commerce trainings, resources, and programmes for Malaysian small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) retailers to support them in expanding their local businesses globall “Our collaboration with Amazon Global Selling will encourage SMEs to leverage Amazon’s global presence and showcase their products and […]
Huawei and Temenos, the banking software company, announced a partnership to offer Temenos’ cloud-native core banking solution on the Huawei Public Cloud. Temenos is the first core banking software certified with Huawei infrastructure and Huawei Public Cloud. The partnership covers Asia-Pacific (APAC) with a specific focus on China, and it also includes Africa, Europe, Latin […]
‘I am not talking about cloud, data centre, storage, edge, 5G. If you put all that into such a large market like India, it’s a significant semiconductor, plus overall infrastructure opportunity,’ Prakash Mallya said The government’s plan to promote semiconductor manufacturing may have a bright future… To read more: https://www.livemint.com/technology/tech-news/bright-future-for-semiconductors-in-india-prakash-mallya-11622742767072.html SOURCE: MINT (1)
Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei on Thursday announced a new program that will help firms and institutions in the financial services industry expand overseas. The company said it aims to work together with its partners, to “develop industry-leading solutions, expand the global market and build the FinTech business ecosystem.” The program, called Financial Partner Go Global […]
Apple’s new suppliers are mostly from the Chinese mainland, up to 12, compared with 2019, according to the company’s latest supplier responsibility progress report. Experts said that this is another evidence of the growing importance of manufacturers from the Chinese mainland in Apple’s supply chain and distribution. More suppliers will join the list this year. […]

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