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Public data strategy: Ministries publish their action plans

2021 is turning out to be a turning point in public data policy. The Minister of Transformation and the Public Service, Amélie de Montchalin, once again expressed it on Monday, when she came to present in the premises of the IGN the 15 ministerial roadmaps in terms of openness and promotion of public data. After…

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Exchange Online: Microsoft to turn off Basic authentication in October 2022

The basic authentication (or “Basic authentication” in English) in Exchange will not pass the winter of 2022. This feature allowed a user to connect to an Exchange server using a simple username / password pair . Deeming it insecure, Microsoft announced its intention to remove its support in the second half of 2021. This first…

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Se préparer à “l’âge d’or” de l’intelligence artificielle et de l’apprentissage automatique

Les entreprises peuvent-elles se fier aux décisions que l’intelligence artificielle (IA) et le machine learning (ML) produisent en nombre croissant ? Oui, mais ces décisions ont besoin de plus de freins et de contrepoids. Les dirigeants et les professionnels de l’informatique doivent s’assurer que l’IA est aussi juste, impartiale et précise que possible, selon une nouvelle…

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Optical fiber: Orange (finally) finalizes the landing of the Amitié submarine cable

The wait was worth it. After having suffered multiple delays due to “very unfavorable weather conditions”, Orange has finally succeeded in landing Facebook’s submarine fiber optic cable, called Amitié, on a beach in the town of Porge, near Bordeaux (Gironde). To do this, the teams of the incumbent operator used a technical process giving pride…

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Kaseya Keys: FBI’s choices are debated

Last week the Washington post reported that the FBI had the decryption keys for the victims of the massive Kaseya ransomware attack that took place in July, but did not release them for three weeks. Hundreds of organizations were affected by the Kaseya attack, including dozens of hospitals, schools, businesses and even a supermarket chain…

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Chip shortage: Here’s why the industry is having such a hard time predicting the future

The semiconductor industry is in a constant struggle to forecast demand, as regular chip shortages rage in a checkered market, despite access to massive amounts of economic data. Yet this is not the first time that the market has been rocked by repeated patterns of boom and bust cycles. Whenever this happens, cross-country skiers promise…

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Microsoft gives a whole new reason to download Windows 11 (but is it worth it?)

By now, you may have already decided if Windows 11 is right for you. You may have already been moved by the splendid beauty of its resemblance to MacOS. And its new wallpaper … really pretty. You might even have had the chance to learn some of the philosophical underpinnings of Windows 11 design, as…

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Huawei CFO returns to China

The extradition trial of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou ended over the weekend, ending a nearly three-year saga in which she was under house arrest for most of the year. the period. On the same day, two Canadians detained in China for over 1,000 days were also released, and returned to Canada. Meng Wanzhou…

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SVOD: Brazilian media giant Globo launches platform in Europe

Globoplay will open its SVOD platform on October 14 in 20 European countries including the United Kingdom, Portugal, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, but also Canada. . The particularity of this new SVOD platform which completes the European landscape is that it will be available in Portuguese and will offer an editorial offer based on…

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