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  • A U.S. judge last month granted Amazon.com's request to temporarily halt the DoD and Microsoft from moving forward with the deal, which Amazon had said reflected undue influence by President Trump. Lawyers for the U.S. government have asked a federal judge to grant the Pentagon "120 days to reconsider certain aspects of the challenged agency decision."

    The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has claimed complete jurisdiction to regulate cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, even as the industry contended that it is already regulated by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).

    Earlier this month, the company also announced plans to expand its presence in India by launching a cloud region in Delhi, adding to its Mumbai region which was opened in 2017.

    Sell retired in 2018 as the Group Chief Executive of Accenture’s Communications, Media & Technology (CMT) operating group after spending 34 years at the firm.

    The Bellevue, Washington-based wireless provider is "encouraging personal distancing at work" - and has "all sorts of sanitation products readily available," according to the company.

    This Corporate Social Responsibility intervention by IBM engaged students through an on-campus approach in a 204 hour- long blended training model that uses online and face-face training immersions to build skills in data science and cloud computing. Students from 23 Tier-2 and Tier-3 non-technical institutions were trained by training partners TMI and iPrimed, the statement said.

    The second edition of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Index, compiled by Vanson Bourne finds that enterprises are going through a period of adjustment as their experience with public cloud matures, with many realising that public cloud is not the single solution to their cloud strategy.

    The Challenge has already received more than 7,000 entries and has ideas ranging from Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions for contact tracing of suspect positive cases to solutions on how to build low-cost ventilators. The govt has also made scores of data sets public for researchers, who can use them while coming up with solutions.

    Anupam Jindal, chief financial officer at Sterlite Technologies, said the company would continue to look at inorganic growth opportunities that allow it to expand its customer offerings or give it access to new customers.

    “We’re doubling our investment in cloud year-over-year. We want to grow faster and have stronger relationships with Microsoft, Amazon, Google but also leading Software-as-a-Service cloud vendors like Salesforce or Workday or SuccessFactors or SAP, and that is what our M&A strategy has been about,” Brian Humphries told.

    The company on Wednesday announced systems integration (SI) capabilities including consulting, agile devOps, cloud migration, cloud capacity optimization and the Future Mode of Operation aimed at taking the communications industry to the cloud at an accelerated pace.

    IT firm TCS on Thursday said it has partnered with Qatar-based Black Cat Engineering & Construction (BCEC) to provide digital solutions and innovation strategy.

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