Sophi.io Named a WordPress VIP Featured Technology Partner

TORONTO, Feb. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WordPress VIP, the leading provider of enterprise WordPress, has added Sophi.io, an artificial intelligence system by The Globe and Mail, to its prestigious Technology Partnership program. Sophi joins a small group of enterprise technology companies serving VIP clients, and is the first partner to provide AI-powered automated content […]

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Expereo acquires Videns IT Services, the experts in NextGen SD-WAN & SASE

AMSTERDAM, Feb. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Expereo, the global provider of managed Internet, Cloud access, and SD-WAN solutions, announces the acquisition of nextgen SD-WAN & SASE solutions provider Videns IT Services, bolstering Expereo’s SD-WAN network transformation and management capabilities for its multinational enterprise customers. Videns IT Services is a network independent managed services provider […]

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President departs for South Kalimantan to inaugurate Tapin Dam

Jakarta President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) departed for a working visit to South Kalimantan Province on Thursday morning to inaugurate Tapin Dam. The president and his limited entourage departed from the Halim Perdanakusuma Airbase in East Jakarta aboard presidential aircraft Indonesia-1 at 7:30 Western Indonesia Time (WIB). Shortly after arriving at the Syamsudin Noor Airbase in Banjarbaru City, South Kalimantan, the head of state is scheduled to continue his trip to Tapin District by an Indonesian Air Force Super Puma helicopter. The dam is located in Pipitak Jaya Village in Tapin…

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Malaysia deports another 160 Indonesian migrant workers

    Pontianak, W Kalimantan Malaysia deported another 160 Indonesian migrant workers through the Entikong integrated border checkpoint in Sanggau District, West Kalimantan Province, on Thursday. “Today, the Malaysian government deported 160 Indonesian migrant workers comprising 77 from West Kalimantan and 83 from outside West Kalimantan,” Chief of the Protection and Empowerment Section of the Migrant Workers Placement, Protection, and Monitoring Agency (BP3TKI) in Pontianak, Andi Kusuma Irfandi, stated on Tuesday. The migrant workers were deported to Indonesia over their involvement in various cases, he remarked. “The workers were deported…

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Lawmaker praises Police chief’s move on ITE Law implementation

Jakarta Herman Hery, chairman of Commission III of the House of Representatives (DPR), commended the Indonesian Police Chief’s plan to issue instructions to his subordinates on implementation of the Electronic Transaction and Information (ITE) Law. “The Police chief’s move is a breakthrough and good innovation that could reduce uproar,” the lawmaker told Antara here on Thursday. Hery expressed belief that the Police chief’s move would prevent the community from filing police reports against one another. “I notice the spirit and good will of the Police chief to make the Police…

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Survey shows public’s satisfaction toward Jokowi reaches 70.1 percent

  Jakarta A survey conducted by Indometer found that 70.1 percent of the public was satisfied with President Joko Widodo’s (Jokowi’s) performance amid the COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn. “The very high level of satisfaction shows that the public still trusts Jokowi,” Indometer Executive Director Leonard S. B. noted during a press release here on Thursday. According to Leonard, the public believes that the Jokowi administration’s policies in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic impact are still worthy of support. “Jokowi’s decision to not apply a lockdown provides…

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