Japan Infrastructure

Kyndryl appoints A / NZ chairman for 2021 split

Kyndryl announced that it has appointed Kerry Purcell president of the company in Australia and New Zealand. Kyndryl is the independent public company that will be created following the separation of the Managed Infrastructure Services business from IBM. Purcell’s appointment is a key step in creating Kyndryl’s new global leadership …

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Massive ransomware hack used computer software flaws, researchers say

Hackers behind a massive ransomware attack exploited several previously unknown vulnerabilities in Kaseya Ltd.’s IT management software, the latest sign of the Russian-linked group’s competence and aggression. , believed to be responsible for the incidents, cybersecurity researchers said on Sunday. Marcus Murray, founder of Stockholm-based TrueSec Inc., said his company’s …

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Japan donates water supply systems in Upi, Maguindanao

Japanese Embassy charge d’affaires Nakata Masahiro provided separate video messages during the handover ceremony of two level 2 water supply systems at Barangays Looy and Rifao in Upi Maguindanao on the 21st and 22nd June. Participants in the event were BARMM Senior Minister of Environment, Natural Resources and Energy Abdulraof …

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Remove unnecessary regulations

Planning Minister MA Mannan urged the Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (Bida) and all other relevant government agencies to get rid of unnecessary rules that are not favorable to investment. The minister was speaking as the main guest at a webinar on “Attracting Foreign Investment to Bangladesh and Promoting Bangladesh”, jointly …

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G7 leaders unveil major infrastructure project designed to counter China’s Belt and Road initiative – World Peace Organization

On Saturday, June 12, the Group of Seven (G7) countries unveiled their plans for a major infrastructure program for low-income countries. This program, dubbed the ‘Building a Better World’ (B3W) initiative, is clearly designed as a West-aligned alternative to Beijing’s Belt and Road (BRI) infrastructure initiative, which some commentators see …

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