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Hijacked website domains – keep control of your content

July 9th, 2020

An oversight has long plagued Azure-hosted sites. It was recently reported that 240 website subdomains belonging to organizations large and small, were hijacked to redirect netizens to malware, X-rated material, online gambling, and other unexpected content. All due to the way they were hosted in Microsoft’s Azure cloud. Those organisations include: Chevron, the Red Cross, UNESCO, 3M, Getty Images, Hawaiian Airlines, Arm, Warner Brothers, Honeywell, Autodesk, Toshiba, Xerox, the NHS, Siemens, Volvo, Clear Channel, Total, and more. Microsoft itself accidentally allowed some of its own long-forgotten subdomains to slip into the hands of spammers. It’s not that these organizations were hacked; they rented a corner of the internet, added their logo and name, and when they no longer needed that space, they emptied it but left the door open for others to enter and run a casino or a porno store at the same address under the same brand.

Xerox found that one of its subdomains, advanced.core.freeflow.xerox.com, was commandeered to host pages linking to websites advertising escorts, kitchenware, oil paintings, and more, in the hope that the reputation of xerox.com would boost the linked-to sites in web search engine rankings. At one point advanced.core.freeflow.xerox.com was hosted in the Microsoft cloud on a server named something along the lines of webserver9000.azurewebsites.net, chosen by Xerox’s IT admins. When whatever was living at advanced.core.freeflow.xerox.com was no longer needed, Xerox would have spun down webserver9000.azurewebsites.net, releasing it for others to use. The point is that advanced.core.freeflow.xerox.com still pointed to webserver9000.azurewebsites.net, so when someone else came along and spun up a virtual server using that hostname, they could control the content of advanced.core.freeflow.xerox.com.

This is doubly embarrassing for Xerox, because the Maze ransomware team also claims to have infiltrated the tech giant’s network and exfiltrated gigabytes of internal data, which will be leaked unless the extortionists are paid off.

The latest list of hijacked subdomains was drawn up by Zach Edwards, who reported the URLs at the end of June to Microsoft as well as the affected organizations,. He said he earlier reported two to three dozen commandeered government and university subdomains as a priority.

Many of these subdomain takeovers appear to be by a single group that has been active for years. Some pages redirect to malware, some redirect to porn or casinos or other potential clients that pay them for inbound links, some direct to malicious chrome extensions, or cracked software.

Crooks try to hide their presence once they’ve hijacked a subdomain, by making the root URL show a 404 or “coming soon” message. Further down the directory tree, however, are potentially thousands of files containing everything from malicious redirects through affiliate links to pages designed to trick people into installing malware to links to blogs and seedy sites to boost their rankings.

At the end of last month, Microsoft published a support article explaining to customers how to avoid losing control of their subdomain content.

IPaaS – Snaplogic for rapid integration – ask Synergy Software Systems

July 1st, 2020

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Outlook fails to start for some users after June 2020 upgrade

June 25th, 2020

Microsoft says in a support document recently published that Outlook will fail to start for some users, automatically displaying an error prompting the users to repair some inbox files. According to the company, all users who have updated Outlook to version 2005 Build 12827.20268 or higher will see an error prompt saying that “Something is wrong with one of your data files and Outlook needs to close. Outlook might be able to fix your file. Click OK to run the Inbox Repair Tool.”

Microsoft lists this known issue as being caused by the June 2020 updates on a support page with fixes and workarounds for recent issues affecting Outlook for PC.

After Outlook users click the “OK” button, the Inbox Repair Tool launches and walks them through the repair process. The next step is to reboot the computer to apply the fixes and, hopefully, have the issue resolved but, instead, Outlook will again display the same error.

No fix yet, workaround available
Microsoft says that an official fix is not yet available for customers using stable Outlook versions after updating to version 2005 Build 12827.20268 or later, however, an initial fix is being tested by users of Outlook Insider Beta version 13004.10000.
“The Outlook Team is investigating this issue with the Windows Team,” the support article reads. “We are not sure yet if the primary fix will come from Outlook or Windows. When we have more information on fix details we will add them here.”

Microsoft does provide a workaround that should make Outlook usable again for all users and it requires modifying the registry by deleting a number of keys related to the PST document format.

Another issue preventing Outlook and other Windows 10 programs from launching was fixed by Avast on June 13 after Avast and AVG security applications inadvertently set registry keys blocking executables from running on Windows 10 versions 2004, 1909, and 1903.

Earlier this month, Microsoft also issued the KB4484398 Microsoft Office non-security update to address an issue causing sporadic crashes in Outlook 2016 and shared folders to disappear from Favorites when customers started Outlook in an offline state.

In mid-May, Redmond also started rolling out a fix for Outlook search issues affecting clients updated to versions 2004 12730.20236 and 2004 12730.20250.

Microsoft Universal Print is coming.

June 16th, 2020

Microsoft’s Universal Print, which debuted in March, is a cloud-based solution that promises to let organizations forgo both maintaining print servers locally and installing print drivers. The service just requires having Azure Active Directory domain-joined PCs running Windows 10 version 1903 or later.

Microsoft conceives Universal Print as being a simpler option in terms of deployment compared with its existing Windows Server Hybrid Cloud Print solution. It described Universal Print as a “Microsoft 365 subscription-based service” that “runs entirely in Microsoft Azure.

Universal Print is based on a standard that’s getting implemented in printers, but Microsoft also has a Connector application that adds support for older “legacy” printers that lack native support for Universal Print.

On May 13, Microsoft talked more about Universal Print during a 30-minute online event “Live Webcast: Universal Print Overview.” Some of the Webcast’s highlights, which featured an extensive Q&A.

Universal Print Overview Highlights
The timeline for releasing Universal Print in public preview is Q3 2020. It’s expected to reach “general availability” commercial release in Q4, ( Rani Abdellatif, a program manager on the Universal Print team.)

To use the available private preview of Universal Print, organizations will need a Microsoft 365 Enterprise, Education or Business subscription. Its not yet clear which Microsoft 365 products will have access to Universal Print when it gets commercially released.

Universal Print maintains the familiar Windows print experience for end users. Universal Print-registered printers will show up like any other printer. Users can print from anywhere when connected to the Internet and authenticated via Azure AD, . The print jobs will get “spooled to the cloud from client,” Microsoft explained, in the Q&A segment.

Universal Print uses the Internet Print Protocol (IPP) standard from the Printer Working Group, to expose print and management functionality through the Microsoft Graph. There is no print driver to install. Once an IT administrator configures Universal Print, end users can discover nearby printers IT can manage the printers and get reports on how they are used.

During the Q&A, Microsoft explained more about the reporting aspect of Universal Print:
Administrators have access to a basic set of reports that include print usage grouped by user/printer.

Use Microsoft Graph API to download a raw data stream of completed print jobs to generate custom reports.

With Universal Print, IT pros need to assign printers and make these viewable to end users. Printer locations are assigned using the Azure Portal.
All communications are over secured HTTPS connectors.
Printers are deemed to be Azure AD objects, and are backed by an X.509 certificate.
No firewall ports are needed to support Universal Print. “There are no incoming requests to printers or Connectors (all requests are outgoing), so as long as Universal Print endpoints are not blocked, everything will work,” the Q&A indicated.

TMicrosoft is “working with ISV [independent software vendors] in print,” including vendors such as Papercut, Kofax and uniFlow.
Microsoft was also asked about actual printer hardware support for Universal Print. It’s mostly still a work in progress, per the Q&A:

Security, Agile and DevOps

June 13th, 2020

As we move to an era of no code citizen developers there is increasing risk that security remains an afterthought when organizations are building software. The latest Verizon threat report identified that web application attacks have doubled, and that cloud-based data is under attack. The surge in web app security breaches in 2019 further solidifies that ‘crowd funded’ testing is no substitute for proper QA. The whole agile /DevSecOps approach has done much to improve user feedback to developers to improve the functionality and speed to market of business solutions, but informal end user tests alone are not sufficient where security is concerned,

With the rush to embrace digital services, organizations are too often focused on the speed of release rather than on the quality of services. To accelerate the pace of digital transformation, security must be a fundamental part of software development. To develop code faster, you should also identify vulnerabilities sooner. Otherwise, you run the risk of DevOps, simply creating software with vulnerabilities, more quickly.Embed security within all aspects of your software deign and development process rather than expect it to be bolted on as an afterthought. The threat is real sophisticated and growing. Criminals also use automation and Machine intelligence to identify and to attack vulnerabilities faster.

Attackers recently hijacked powerful machine-learning clusters inside Microsoft’s Azure cloud-computing service so that they could mine cryptocurrency at the expense of the customers who rented services. The nodes, which were misconfigured by customers, made the perfect target for so-called cryptojacking schemes. Machine-learning tasks typically require vast amounts of computing resources. By redirecting thsoe to perform the compute-intensive workloads required to mine digital coins, the attackers found a means to generate large amounts of currency at little, or no cost.

The infected clusters were running Kubeflow, an open source framework for machine-learning applications in Kubernetes, which is itself an open source platform for deploying scalable applications across large numbers of computers. Microsoft said compromised clusters it discovered numbered in the “tens.” Many of those ran an image available from a public repository, apparently to save users the hassle of creating one themselves. Upon further inspection, Microsoft investigators discovered it contained code that surreptitiously mined the Monero cryptocurrency.

After finding the infected clusters, investigators turned their attention to how the machines were compromised. For security, the dashboard that allows administrators to control Kubeflow is, by default, accessible only through istio ingress, a gateway that’s typically located at the edge of the cluster network. The default setting prevents people across the Internet from accessing the dashboard and making unauthorized changes to the cluster.

This week Yossi Weizman, a security-research software engineer in the Azure Security Center, said : “We believe that some users chose to do it for convenience. Without this action, accessing the dashboard requires tunneling through the Kubernetes API server and isn’t direct. By exposing the Service to the Internet, users can access the dashboard directly. However, this operation enables insecure access to the Kubeflow dashboard, which allows anyone to perform operations in Kubeflow, including deploying new containers in the cluster.”

Once attackers have access to the dashboard, they have multiple options for deploying backdoored containers in the cluster. For instance, attackers can create what’s known as a Jupyter Notebook server that runs on the cluster. They can then place a malicious image inside of the Jupyter Notebook. If a Jupyter Notebook is already installed, it can be maliciously modified.
Weizman wrote.:” Azure Security Center has detected multiple campaigns against Kubernetes clusters in the past that have a similar access vector: an exposed service to the Internet. However, this is the first time that we have identified an attack that targets Kubeflow environments specifically.”

SnapLogic May 2020 many enhancements – ask Synergy Software Systems

May 14th, 2020

We are thrilled to announce the general availability of the May 2020 release of the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform (IIP).

New Iris artificial intelligence (AI) innovations within this release allow you to build painless integrations, increase collaboration within your organization with new Stickies, and automate workflows with new SAP S/4HANA Snaps, among many more.

New Mask Snap, powered by Iris AI: Simplify data masking!

As you work with a variety of data in your dev and test environments, it is always good practice to shield and protect sensitive information. Masking sensitive or personally identifiable information such as: social security numbers (SSN), email addresses, names, street addresses, and birthdates is easy with our new Mask Snap.

With the Mask Snap, Iris AI is embedded in every step :
- suggestions on the fields you should mask,
- recommended search mode,
- recommended match mode,
- recommended masking options

You can remove or mask fields, and it works with all data types, including highly-nested JSON.

We continue to enhance our industry-leading AI technology to make it easy for you to build integrations and automations, easily and painlessly. With the new May 2020 release, as you are configuring a database or an application Snap, Iris AI now provides configuration recommendations such as schema name, object name. To provide these recommendations, Iris employs over five years of metadata information and usage patterns to intelligently determine the most commonly used schemas and objects in your organization.

From source to destination, Iris AI continues to simplify schema mappings – map even complex schemas in minutes. With the May 2020 release, Iris now provides target recommendations in Mapper for exact matches between source and destination schemas.

Boost collaboration with peers using Stickies!
SnapLogic customers who have previewed our May 2020 release have embraced our new Stickies feature with great enthusiasm. Stickies enables better collaboration and documentation of your pipeline building efforts. Stickies allow you to create and post notes on the Designer canvas to annotate different parts of the pipeline and document the workings of a pipeline in detail.
Stickies provide a great collaboration tool between IT teams, who might create pipelines, and business teams, who might want to customize and run pipelines based on their specific needs.

Stickies reside at the pipeline level, thus, they complement the Snap level ‘note’ feature already present in the platform. Additionally, Stickies are part of a pipeline’s metadata – export stickies along with your pipelines.

Deeper operational insights with Insights dashboard and task monitoring

In the May 2020 release, to provide you with trends data on operational parameters and task level insights into your SnapLogic deployment, there are significant updates to the Dashboard tab.

USe the enhanced Insights tab to improve operational efficiency with a view of historic usage and trends across key performance indicators (KPIs) such as :
- documents processed,
- pipeline executions,
-Snap executions, etc.

Filter these KPIs by specific criteria and personalize the view stohave the most relevant visualizations at the top.

The May 2020 release introduces a new tab, called ‘Task’, to provide a task level view of your SnapLogic deployment. Monitor the performance and health of your tasks and drill down into historical information to identify where certain tasks are failing or underperforming. Significantly improve your efficiency as you troubleshoot the root cause of a dip in performance or failure.

Automate your customer journey with new SAP S/4HANA Snap Pack

Another key update in the May 2020 release is the new SAP S/4HANA Snap Pack. SAP S/4HANA, is a modern enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that leverages SAP HANA, an in-memory database. Here are a few key use cases k:

- Order-to-Cash from Salesforce to SAP S/4HANA
- Real-time inventory management from databases to SAP S/4HANA
- Advanced financial planning with data from SAP S/4HANA to Anaplan
- Managing and engaging talent with automations across Workday and SAP S/4 HANA
- Managing organizational spend across Coupa or SAP Ariba and SAP S/4HANA

The SAP S/4HANA Snap Pack provides Create, Delete, Read, and Update Snaps and massively simplifies data modeling as you build automated business processes to connect SAP S/4HANA with other systems.

Build a single source of truth for your customer profile data inAdobe Experience Platform

We have updated the Adobe Experience Platform,( previously referred to as Adobe Cloud Platform Snap Pack). Use it as the single source of truth for your customer profile data. Update and maintain customer data in real-time to power accurate, up-to-the-moment, insights for your sales, marketing, and support teams. This Snap Pack update consists of a Write Snap, an S3 connector, and an AEP File Generator to leverage the capabilities of the Adobe Experience Platform and eliminate data silos for your customer profile data.

Connect with other Snap updates with confidence

Cassandra Snap Pack: now updated to support v3, with an updated JDBC driver
Snowflake Snap Pack: updated to JDBC driver version 3.12.3.
ServiceNow Snaps: now certified against Madrid, Orlando, and New York versions.
Oracle Snaps now supports version 19c.

SnapLogic eXtreme enhancements

Offering enhanced account encryption and cross-account IAM roles, SnapLogic eXtreme gets a big security boost with this release. These two new enhancements help your organization improve its security posture while delegating access to AWS EMR resources that SnapLogic eXtreme leverages to execute Spark-based pipelines.

Enhanced Account Encryption leverages Amazon KMS asymmetric keys– you no longer need to put in the secret key associated with your account in the SnapLogic UI.

Cross-Account IAM Role enables SnapLogic to assume an authorized role for the purpose of managing the lifecycle of Amazon EMR clusters that run Spark mode data transformations, so you don’t have to do it..

SnapLogic eXtreme is broadly applicable with support for any JDBC compliant data store.

Use a Spark mode pipeline to read from or to write to any JDBC compliant database.

Important for big data workloads – no longer need to use a data lake like S3 for staging.

No change to end of life support for Ax 2012 – plan your migration with Dynamics Gold Partner Synergy Software Systems

May 11th, 2020

Coronavirus tis impacting many IT project for Dynamics AX customers migrating from legacy versions of Ax 4/2009/2012 to dynamics 365.

Be aware that extended support plans for Dynamics AX 2009 Service Pack 1, AX 2012, and AX 2012 R2 are due to end on October 12, 2021. AX 2012 R3 users have until January 10, 2023. And Microsoft is advising customers these dates will remains in place, at least for now.

A Microsoft spokesperson provided this statement:

There is currently no plan to extend support further; however, we continue to monitor market needs including impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic related to support for Dynamics AX 2009 and Dynamics AX 2012.

So while the legacy versions are robust they will increasingly be incompatible with the latest versions of operating systems and browsers, and SQQL database and be increasingly vulnerable to malware and cybercrime. The coronavirus pandemic is affecting projects in many ways especially for global projects, for example: travel/quarantine, lockdowns and curfews on working, the need for remote collaboration, and e learning, and for global rollout more use of local partners.

There is no immediate end in sight so projects and timelines will be impacted for at last another year in which case we strongly advise you start your preparations for migration as early as possible. there is mush to consider: the on premise vs on cloud decision is now of greater importance, environmental sizing for cloud or on premise needs is significantly different as is new licensing and features for D365, new security set ups, code and data migration, project methodology via LCS , budgetting and project planning all take a lot of time.

The new challenges are accelerating different ways of working and some Business Process re-engineering should also be considered- e-commerce, Robotic Process automation, Lean manufacture, cross platform and application processes, self service, vendor collaboration, Customer portals, increased use of smart phones and mobiles from bar cod e driven WMS operations to Advanced analytics on your phone anytime anywhere any devices. To compete needs omni channel tailored services – there has never been a greater need for increased cost control, efficiency, and customer service. Start the process now while you can – as deadlines get nearer there will be backlog of customers seeking to upgrade and shortage of available resources both internally and externally.

TEAMS -75 million users -ask Synergy Software Systems, Dubai

May 1st, 2020

The use of Microsoft Teams has surged more than 70 percent since March with the massive global shift to remote work requiring increased online collaboration and video conferencing. .

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella the n updated figure for daily active users (DAU) on Wednesday of 75 million.
The 75 million DAU follows a 44 million figure for the same metric as of March 18.

“As work norms evolve, organizations are realizing they need a comprehensive solution that brings together communications, collaboration and business process — built on a foundation of security and privacy,” Nadella said.

Nadella said that Teams had more than 200 million meeting participants in a single day in April. He also said those same participants racked up more than 4.1 billion meeting minutes.

“Microsoft Teams supports multiple communications modalities in a shared workspace. It is the only solution with meetings, calls, chat, collaboration with the power of Office, and business process workflows — in a single, integrated user experience — with the highest security, as well as compliance. Teams keeps all your work and communication — conversations, documents, whiteboards, and meeting notes — in context. It helps people collaborate inside and outside meetings, making them more efficient and effective while reducing fatigue,” he said.

“Twenty organizations with more than 100,000 employees are now using Teams, including Continental AG, Ernst & Young, Pfizer and SAP. Just last week, Accenture became the first organization to surpass half a million users,” Nadella said.

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RPA, and ABBYY with Synergy Software Systems

April 30th, 2020

For automation of document intensive processing we use UiPAth RPA. However, document processing also requires intelligent document management, and OCR scanning e.g. with bi-lingual test in Arabic and English and intelligent capture of meta data. ABBYY is the undoubted market leader and is the solution we use to support RPA. Why?

ABBYY® has been recognized by Everest Group, a leading consulting and research firm, as a Leader in its Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) products PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2020. Buyers use the PEAK Matrix as one of the leading analyst resources in the market to identify and evaluate different IDP technology vendors.

ABBYY is positioned in the Leaders’ category among 18 vendors due to its impact in the market and its ability to deliver solutions successfully. ABBYY garnered the highest position on the axis for Vision & Capability which measures, among other factors, the company’s vision and strategy, product capabilities, monitoring and improvement; implementation and support; and the progressiveness and flexibility of its commercial models.

Additionally, ABBYY was positioned high on the Market Impact axis, which measures market adoption, portfolio mix and value delivered to clients based on their feedback.

Whether you are a current ABBYY customer considering expansion of your Digital Intelligence solutions or evaluating IDP vendors for the first time, you will gain valuable insight from this report. Download your copy of the customer version today to learn more.

6-Month Extension for aging versions of Microsoft end-of-support dates.

April 23rd, 2020

When Microsoft products reach their end-of-support dates (known as the end of “extended support”), they continue to function, but Microsoft stops issuing free patches. Security updates stop arriving, which could pose problems for organizations. In response to the “current public health situation,”. Microsoft announced this week that support deadlines that were due in May now fall toward year’s end.

Microsoft’s announcement on extending the Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement legacy Web client by two months also noted that Microsoft will be “simplifying the ability for Dynamics 365 Finance, Supply Chain Management, and Commerce customers to pause updates for an extended period.” However, the document just states that subscribers can pause for “up to three consecutive updates,” without further elaboration.

Microsoft announced earlier this month that it was delaying ending support for the older Transport Layer Security protocols versions 1.0 and 1.1, until the second half of 2020. The switch will have an affect on Microsoft’s browsers and Office 365 products.

Office 2010 Support Still Ends in October
Microsoft issued a reminder that Office 2010 for Windows and Office 2016 for Mac both will reach their end-of-support date on Oct. 13, 2020. They aren’t getting extensions. These Office users face an additional problem, namely that Microsoft plans to end the connections of those products with various Office 365 services on that same Oct. 13, 2020 date. Users should shift to newer productivity-suite products, Microsoft advised.

Microsoft’s announcement:

Also, as previously announced, after October 13, 2020, customers will need to have Office 365 ProPlus,[1] Office 2019 or Office 2016 to connect to Office 365 services. Microsoft will not take any active measures to block legacy versions of the Office client from connecting to Office 365 services, but these older clients may encounter performance and/or reliability issues over time. For related Office client support timelines, see the Office support dates matrix.

Microsoft is planning to rename Office 365 ProPlus as “Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise” on April 21. This along with other Office 365 name changes, were announced last month.

COVID-19 the fight back with RPA and UiPath. Ask Synergy Software Systems

April 17th, 2020

.NET5 by year end

April 16th, 2020

Following a preview release sometime in the first half of 2020, .NET 5 is expected to become generally available this November.

Microsoft is changing its nomenclature with this coming release, forgoing the usual “Core” and “Framework” that’s typically appended to the version number. That’s reflective of the milestone that .NET 5 represents;
.NET 5 will mark the transition from the aging, proprietary, Windows-only .NET Framework to a modern, open source, cross-platform .NET.

Microsoft is promising developers a common framework and runtime with .NET 5, no matter the platform. With .NET 5, both code and project files will look and feel the same no matter which type of app you’re building. You’ll have access to the same runtime, API and language capabilities with each app. This includes new performance improvements that get committed to corefx, practically daily.

RPA interest in UiPath grows and grows -ask Synergy Software Systems

April 5th, 2020

Interest in Ui Path RPA grows and grows.

Dynamics 365 and the power platform – don’t get left behind,

April 4th, 2020

What is PowerApps?

PowerApps is an application development platform that is part of the broader Microsoft Power Platform, with capabilities that are both built on and that utilize Azure cloud services.

Dynamics 365 for Sales, Service, Field Service, Marketing, and Talent are all built natively on the platform.

PowerApps, users can build their own custom line of business applications using Azure cloud services to scale from personal use to enterprise-level using little-to-no code and running both mobile or desktop devices. There are two types of applications: Canvas and Model-Driven.

Canvas Apps

Canvas apps are built without code and are configured using a drag-and-drop UI similar to PowerPoint. This gives users a high-level of control over the user experience and can make the interface clean and intuitive. These apps are meant for simple and specific use-cases, such as submitting an expense report and can connect to both Microsoft (Sharepoint, SQL, etc.) and non-Microsoft (Twitter, Dropbox, etc.) data sources.

Model-Driven Apps

Model-driven apps are built using the Dynamics 365 framework and can only connect to the Common Data Service as their data source. These applications are more suited to complex scenarios with multiple functions and utilize the Unified Interface UX.

How does this relate to Dynamics 365?

As it is also on the common data service, Dynamics 365 is a datasource that can be surfaced into a PowerApp for users to interact with without having to learn how to use and navigate Dynamics 365!

Apps can also be embedded into applications that users currently use, such as SharePoint and Teams.

The Microsoft Power Platform – is empowering millions of people to achieve more. Why not you?

Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, and the Power Platform on top of what we’re doing with Azure is the core of what we are doing as a company vis-à-vis I would say our commercial customers – businesses of all sizes, whether it’s small business, large business, whether it’s in an emerging market or in a developed market. Satya Nadella

RPA – how UI path is helping the fight against covid-19

April 4th, 2020

Examples of customers using automation to respond to an unprecedented challenge with drastic shifts in demand .

For details of these and many other uses see