Month: June 2021

Transform 2021 Elevate your enterprise data technology and strategy. July 12-16 Register Today Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve? Take our AI survey to find out. Let the OSS Enterprise newsletter guide your open source journey! Sign up here. GitLab today announced that it’s spinning out its open source ELT (extract, load, transform) platform
A proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit related to a remote code execution vulnerability affecting Windows Print Spooler and patched by Microsoft earlier this month was briefly published online before being taken down. Identified as CVE-2021-1675, the security issue could grant remote attackers full control of vulnerable systems. Print Spooler manages the printing process in Windows, including loading
Researchers at IBM have mathematically proven that there are certain functions restricted classical computers cannot perform but restricted quantum computers can. However, they concede that quantum computers can’t defeat their classical counterparts merely on the basis of a different architecture. Not only is there a need for finding and writing theoretical proofs of the advantages
It’s been eight months since Jack Ma, the most famous business executive China has ever produced, all but dropped from public view. Eight months and, by conservative estimates, some $70 billion (roughly Rs. 5,21,000 crores). That’s the optimistic view on how much Ma’s Ant Group has plummeted in value since the outspoken billionaire openly pushed
Google on Monday announced new measures for the Play Store, including requiring developer accounts to turn on 2-Step Verification (2SV), provide an address, and verify their contact details later this year. The new identification and two-factor authentication requirements are a step towards strengthening account security and ensuring a safe and secure app marketplace, Google Play
A US judge on Monday dismissed federal and state antitrust complaints against Facebook that sought to force the social media company to sell Instagram and WhatsApp, saying the federal complaint was “legally insufficient.” Facebook shares rose more than 4 percent after the ruling. The share price rise put Facebook’s market capitalisation over $1 trillion (roughly Rs. 74,29,850