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  • Fedora Design Suite 31 available

    As announced on Fedora Magazine, Design Suite 31 is now available for users like graphic artists and photographers among them.
    Notable update is the availability of Blender 2.80 featuring a revamped user interface. Other applications are mostly improved stability.

    Users with touch screen devices will notice an improved performance from the Fedora Workstation from which Design Suite is based. Due to a bug related to desktop environment (Gnome Shell running on Wayland), using a stylus can cause applications to crash so the workaround is to run on Gnome on Xorg until the fix lands on a future update.

  • For Emirates NBD, the path to open banking leadership starts in the cloud

    For banks that want to be leaders in digital banking by offering products and services that are available anywhere at any time, consider following these three tenets: Think like a digital business; reimagine operations; and transition to the cloud. That’s what Emirates NBD, a leading banking group in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has done. The bank put technology first, making a AED1 billion commitment to transform its operations, products, and services to become a digital bank with open banking capabilities. At the core is a distributed cloud platform that uses technology similar to that of cloud-native companies.

    Emirates NBD has its sights on being a global digital leader that delivers first-to-market banking innovations. To get there, it has embarked on a digital transformation journey that centers on enhancing the capabilities of its end-to-end technology platforms including IT architecture, infrastructure, security, and data. Key to the bank’s strategy was creating a technology environment that allowed for growth while still meeting the required standards of security and resiliency.

  • Red Hat Process Automation Supports Applied AI Approach For Predictive Decision Modeling

    The latest release of Red Hat Process Automation is available now. For the initiated, Red Hat Process Automation is a set of products for automating business decisions and processes by enabling closer collaboration between IT and business teams. With the latest release, Red Hat Process Automation now supports an applied AI approach to automated decisioning. This enables users to incorporate predictive analytics into their decision management applications to create intelligent, automated systems that help them better interpret and respond to changing market dynamics.

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