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World Health Organisation stories

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Advancing genomic sequencing and public health with digital infrastructures
Fri 12 Aug 2022
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data protection
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it infrastructure
Right before our eyes, we've witnessed the development of the COVID-19 vaccine in record time. An enormous achievement in an otherwise lengthy task that previously took, on average, 10-15 years.
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Microsoft and Avanade join forces with WHO to develop a World Health Data Hub
Tue 8 Jun 2021
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microsoft
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it in healthcare
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not for profit
The World Health Organization, Microsoft, and Avanade have joined forces to develop a World Health Data Hub. 
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Massive WHO scam busted - 'DarkPath Scammers' group suspected
Thu 6 May 2021
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phishing
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email security
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domain names
The scam campaign comprised a network of 134 websites that attempted to lure people in by asking them to take a survey for a monetary reward.
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Red Hat and the World Health Organisation team up to democratise healthcare knowledge
Thu 19 Nov 2020
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uc
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devops
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project management
Red Hat Open Innovation Labs virtual residency has helped the World Health Organisation (WHO) to create a DevOps platform for ongoing open innovation.
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Soul Machines joins WHO to bring better health support and info to global public
Mon 13 Jul 2020
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hyperscale
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public cloud
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cloud
Soul Machines has now officially joined WHO’s Access Initiative (AI) for Quitting Tobacco to help share WHO’s information during the COVID-19 pandemic and help more one billion tobacco users quit.
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Time to take responsibility: E-waste - a global crisis
Fri 3 Jul 2020
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microsoft teams
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climate change
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united nations
e-Waste is the world’s fastest-growing domestic waste stream, fueled by consumption rates of equipment, short life cycles, and few options for repair.
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WHO urges caution after emails, passwords stolen
Wed 29 Apr 2020
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phishing
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email security
Approximately 450 active WHO email addresses and passwords, and emails belonging to others working on fighting COVID-19, were leaked on the internet.
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