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Mobilize, l’arme de Renault pour s’imposer dans le business uncertainty de la mobilité

A new plan for the subsidiary mobility of Renault. Le groupe automobile français tente à nouveau de structurer son servicielle avec un plan dédié à Mobilize, sa branche mobilités créée en janvier 2021 lors de l’annonce du plan stratégique Renaulution. “Mobilize renverse l’équation classique de… Read More »Mobilize, l’arme de Renault pour s’imposer dans le business uncertainty de la mobilité

DVIDS – News – Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division Sparks Interest at High School Career Expo

After the Oxnard Union High School District had canceled its annual in-person career expo due to the COVID-19 pandemic for the past two years, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) and other employers attended the first face-to-face -face event since 2019 to… Read More »DVIDS – News – Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division Sparks Interest at High School Career Expo

Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast property prices cool but Corelogic’s Tim Lawless says not to worry

Australia’s most expensive real estate market outside of a major city is cooling but experts say it’s not necessarily something to worry about. Key points: Blistering growth in house prices across south east Queensland has started to level out The Sunshine Coast region now has… Read More »Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast property prices cool but Corelogic’s Tim Lawless says not to worry

The rush to renewable energy means a new mining boom. But first, Australia needs to make some tough choices

Electric cars, solar panels, large batteries and wind turbines — the technology needed to go green relies on what can be a dirty industry. “It’s absolutely ironic, but to save the planet we are going to need more mines,” says Allison Britt, director of mineral… Read More »The rush to renewable energy means a new mining boom. But first, Australia needs to make some tough choices

Victorians lost $31.9 million to business email compromise in 2021 – Security

Victorians lost $31,904,837 to business email compromise (BEC) in 2021, but some VPN operators are helping Victoria Police unmask fraudsters, Detective Sergeant Tas Gagatsakis from the Cybercrime Squad told iTnews. Gagatsakis said there were US- and Australia-based VPNs that handed over customers’ IP addresses when… Read More »Victorians lost $31.9 million to business email compromise in 2021 – Security