Calgary’s ABM College under provincial audit; student loan access cut

A former ABM employee said they found more than 100 people who were approved for student loans but never attended the college

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The Alberta government has revoked ABM College of its rights to student loans after an audit uncovered what the province has called “poor practices and weak controls” at the Calgary institution.

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Student loan forgiveness was ‘dangled in front of us’: How 700,000 borrowers were cut out of Biden’s plan


Michael Christofield was excited when he found out he was eligible for $10,000 in student loan forgiveness under President Joe Biden’s new plan. The debt relief would help him pay off his loans by the time his children go to college.

“I’d be in a position to help them in a way my parents weren’t able to help me,” he said.

But before the application was launched, the Biden administration abruptly scaled back the program. As a result, an estimated 700,000 people with a certain kind of federal loan – including Christofield – lost eligibility for debt

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Orange Business Services – ‘DevOps has cut customer onboarding from days to hours’

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Orange Business Services (OBS) has adopted DevOps in order to control 120,000 virtual machines and manage the thousands of different tools it needs to use. The cloud infrastructure provider has 70 data centers across five locations, 2,000 clients in 220 territories and the move has improved its application delivery times, centralized processes, and made client cloud enrolment radically quicker. 

Pierre-Emmanuel Klotz, Head of APPI (Architecture, Pre-sales support, Project and Innovation) for Orange Cloud for Business, says:

Our previous situation was a delicate, time-consuming puzzle: How to unify something that is, by its very nature,

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