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Google hires former Intel exec as its new VP of diversity

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Google has been investing big money and launching various projects to diversify its workforce, but its latest diversity report shows that it still has a long way to go. While female personnel now compose 31 percent of its employee population, they only make up 20 percent of the company’s tech workforce. In addition, only one percent of its tech roles are filled by Black Googlers, who make up a mere five percent of the company’s full employee count. Sure, the number of women in tech and the number of Hispanic Googlers grew one percent from last year’s, but it’s clear that the company is still overwhelmingly white and male.

Mountain View at least knows it has a lot more work to do, and that may be the reason it hired Danielle Brown as its new VP of Diversity. Brown used to be Intel’s VP and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer and will manage Google’s diversity and inclusion strategy. Intel isn’t exactly more diverse than the big G — according to its 2016 report, women only make up 25.8 percent of its population and Black employees are very few (3.73 percent of population). However, Brown will provide fresh eyes, which might be what Google needs to achieve bigger results.

To highlight why diversity is necessary, Eileen Naughton, Google’s VP of operations, told the story of how Pixel’s creative lead was inspired by Mexico City to design the “Really Blue” edition:

“For all of our communities of color, we’re working to make sure our culture is rewarding and welcoming through events, town halls, employee resource groups, and ensuring fairness in the promotion process. We know this is critical to making it safe for everyone to bring their best and most innovative ideas to the table. For example, the idea for our Really Blue Pixel came from Alberto Villarreal, the phone’s creative lead and industrial design manager, who derived the color from the Mexico City of his youth. The phone was released in October and sold out within minutes. Alberto is part of a vibrant community of Hispanic Googlers, whose contributions are essential to our ability to reflect the world around us, especially here at our California HQ.”

 

 

Arbaaz Khan Sohail Khan and Suniel Shetty snapped at the airport

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Our shutterbugs snapped Arbaaz Khan along with his son Arhaan Khan and Sohail Khan at the Mumbai airport. They kept their airport look comfortable and casual. On the workfront, Sohail Khan was recently seen in Kabir Khan’s directorial Tubelight. Aaprt from them, our paps also snapped Suniel Shetty heading his way out from the airport. He was sporting a white t-shirt and black denims paired with sneakers.
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Alia Bhatt Bipasha Basu Malaika Arora and Niddhi Agerwal get clicked in the city

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Alia Bhatt never fails to charm us with her cute looks. The actress was snapped by our shutterbugs at the Mumbai airport. She was seen in her super casual look and her statement “Purrrfect Dreamer” tee is so on point. Paired with black shrug and black pants, she rounded off her look in vintage Lennon glasses. Apart from Alia, our paps snapped Bipasha Basu and Niddhi Agerwal sweating it out at the gym. Although Bipasha is always seen working out with her hubby Karan Singh Grover, today she was seen alone.
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Katrina Kaif and Ranbir KapoorRanbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif snapped at the Jagga Jasoos trailer launch

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Jagga Jasoos’s new trailer is out and our lensmen snapped Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor and Anurag Basu at the trailer launch of the film. Ranbir and Katrina were posing for our cameras and looked cute together. Check out the pictures…

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Saif Ali Khan shuts down rumors about daughter Sara Ali Khans acting debut

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Saif Ali Khan shuts down rumors about daughter Sara Ali Khan's acting debut

There have been several rumors in the media about Saif Ali Khan and his ex-wife Amrita Singh having different opinions about their daughter Sara Ali Khan’s acting debut. However, Saif has now dismissed the reports saying “It’s annoying to read totally fictitious media reports. Amrita and me are on the same page as far as Sara and her acting debut is concerned. We never had any such conversation. I am fully supportive of Sara’s acting ambitions and we discuss things in detail. I repeat, that I am looking forward to Sara’s debut with a mix of excitement, anxiety and nervousness like any other father would.”
Sara,will make her debut in Kedarnath, opposite Sushant Singh Rajput. The film will be directed by Abhishek Kapoor.

Tabu blames her singleton status on Ajay Devgn

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On being part of Golmaal Again

I’ve wanted to do a light-hearted film for a long time, more so because my mother was fed up of me doing rona-dhona roles. A lot of people too have been saying that they wanted to see me in a comedy like Biwi No 1 and Hera Pheri. I remember joking with Rohit Shetty at parties, saying, “I want to be part of the Golmaal franchise because I want to just stand there and laugh.” To be honest, even in a film like Golmaal Again, I’m the more serious and credible character, but as part of the team, I get the chance to stand there and laugh at the boys (Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade and Kunal Kemmu) who are doing what they do best.

 

On her bond with Ajay Devgn

Ajay and I have known each other for 25 years. He was my cousin Sameer Arya’s neighbour and close buddy, a part of my growing up years and that has laid the foundation of our relationship. When I was young, Sameer and Ajay would spy on me, follow me around and threaten to beat up any boys who are caught talking to me. They were the big bullies and if I am single today, it is because of Ajay. I hope he repents and regrets what he did.

 

On what draws her to cinema today

For me, the most important aspect is how my character is written and if it allows me to engage with myself when I am in front of the camera. The length of the role is unimportant. When I did Hu Tu Tu (1999) in which I was ready to bomb my own mother or for that matter Maqbool (2003) in which I had a hand in a murder, there were few characters so layered and dark being written for women. I’m grateful to Gulzar saab and Vishal Bhardwaj for giving me these films at a point when I was bored being Miss Goody-Two-Shoes. I realised then, that I had to take a chance with my roles and I’m glad I did.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was solitary choice for Fanney Khan

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There were rumours that Priyanka Chopra and not Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was approached first for Fanney Khan.  A source close to the actress has revealed thus to a tabloid: “The actress is busy reading Bollywood projects, but nothing has been finalised yet. She is set to come back to Mumbai in December, and will finalise the projects. Out of the many scripts, Priyanka has given her nod just to Fanney Khan. The movie is to be produced by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and will be directed by debutant Atul Manjrekar. Anil Kapoor is also rumoured to be playing the male lead in the film.”

Later, news came that Priyanka allaegdly didn’t like the script and moved out of the project. Prernaa Arora, the producer of Fanney Khan had this to say: “Since I came onboard, we’ve only approached Ash. She was our first and only choice for the film.” Good to see the air being cleared on the topic.

Irrfan Khan says he hasnât walked out of Sanjay Leela Bhansalis Gustakhiyan

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Irrfan Khan says he hasn’t walked out of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Gustakhiyan

There were rumours that Irrfan Khan had walked out of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gustakhiyan but speaking to Mumbai Mirror from New York, where he’s shooting for Puzzle, the actor says all such news is false. This is what he has say: “I’m not sure where these rumours are coming from. I was approached for the film almost two years ago but there has been no conversation on the dates since. So how does the question of me not having time for the film or walking out of it come from? It’s a mystery even I’d like to solve and find these well-wishers who are speaking on my behalf without my knowledge.”

We sure like to know too! The film is said to be based on the alleged romance between Amrita Pritam and Sahir Ludhianvi. While Irrfan was supposed to play Sahir, Priyanka Chopra is said to be playing Amrita.

Imran Khan and Avanatika Malik Khan chill in Malta with the team of Thugs Of Hindostan

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Imran Khan and Avanatika Malik Khan chill in Malta with the team of Thugs Of Hindostan
Team of Thugs Of Hindostan is currently shooting for the film in Malta. Amitabh Bachchan is back to the city after completing his bit of the shoot. Well apart from this we got our hands on a picture posted by Imran Khan’s wife Avantika Malik Khan on the social media where in the picture we can see Katrina Kaif, Aamir Khan, Kiran Rao, Imran Khan and Avantika Malik Khan were posing and a caption which read “Selfie attempt 75 also fail but full points to Victor for trying 😂!.”Imran is visiting the city with wife as a pre-birthday trip for Avantika, who celebrates her special day on July 18. Looks like the fam-jam is having a great time in Malta. 

Katrina Kaif just introduces us to Sherlock Kaif in this instagram picture

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Katrina Kaif’s instagram handle is one stop to find all the stunning portraits of the actress. Inspite of Katrina being busy promoting Jagga Jasoos with co-star Rabir Kapoor, the beauty manages to make us happy with her super pretty pictures. 

Katrina has yet again posted another picture of her in monochrome effect where she’s seen giving that intense look to the camera. Interestingly the caption of the picture was quite much philosophical and it read, “The people who say you are not facing reality actually mean that you are not facing their idea of reality. ” #sherlockkaif .”

Well, let’s just say after every Katrina picture, we end up asking for more.

Sidharth Malhotra looks dope in these pictures

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Sidharth Malhotra was spotted at a dance class (for Bandook Meri Laila, we guess) in the suburbs of the city. And trust us, the actor looks quite e these pictures!

 

Donning causals and his favorite ripped jacket and a baseball cap, Sidharth was one hot sight! 

Sidharth has three movies in his kitty, Aiyaary with Manoj Bajpayee and Rakul Preet Singh, A Gentleman with Jacqueline Fernandez and Ittefaq with Sonakshi Sinha.

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Cirbaandtrade; Unveils Optimization Service for Public Cloud and On-Premise Virtual Infrastructure

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Cirba, Inc. today unveiled an analytics service, Densify , for optimizing public cloud and on premise virtual infrastructure. The Densify service is the next evolution of SaaS as it combines the organization’s predictive and real time optimization analytics with an assigned Densification Advisor , eliminating the burden of learning, operating, managing and maintaining software. Cirba also announced it is rebranding to Densify, reflecting the company’s strategic value proposition to reduce cloud and infrastructure costs while also improving application performance. The Densify service offers fast time to value, ease of adoption and use and the greatest potential for savings in the market through the industry’s most powerful optimization engine. For a limited time, customers can start with Densify service free for the first 14 days.

“Based on our experience, we know that organizations desperately want to reduce their cloud bill and show highly utilized infrastructure, but there are only so many hours in the day,” said Gerry Smith, CEO of Densify. “We understand that IT is looking for more than a software product – they want outcomes. They are looking for experts who can tune and watch over the automated analytics; they want to know that someone is there for them, helping them deliver results – not another management and maintenance burden.”

Driving Immediate Business Value With a unique combination of SaaS-based analytics and the Densification Advisor service, Densify is a complete service for automated optimization of public, on-premise or hybrid cloud infrastructures. With Densify, companies automate virtual machine (VM) placement and resource allocation actions to proactively remove risk and drive the lowest unit cost. The new service also offers precise, data-driven cloud migration and transformation strategies and real-time hybrid and multi-cloud workload placements. One of the key benefits of Densify is that it delivers better application performance with the highest asset utilization and lowest public cloud spend without requiring any special training. The service is up and running within 15 minutes, maximizing efficiency, simplicity and results for customers under the guidance of the Densification Advisor.

“Densify serves as the ‘brain’ of our customers’ environments, right-sizing them, taking the guess work out of adding new applications, and determining the best way to leverage cloud,” said Andrew Hillier, CTO and co-founder of Densify. “The analytics engine is extremely robust and has the ability to model some really advanced modernization techniques such as stacking workloads in bare metal clouds or optimizing container placement within a public cloud instance, which can save upwards of 80 percent of the cloud bill for some customers. Our approach is completely different from other products that are reactionary and can’t offer any visibility or insight into the reasoning or best practices of cloud utilization.”

The new service offering delivers immediate business value in these key areas:

Addressing Cloud Infrastructure Market Challenges Despite a growing desire to move to the cloud, many organizations remain concerned about the complexity and risk of such a transition, the scarcity of skilled resources that truly understand new cloud environments, and the time and costs required to manage these new implementations. Other cloud optimization solutions require companies to learn and manage tools, which is resource intensive. At the same time, these offerings lack deep analytics to truly identify how to reduce and control operating costs and risk, putting customers in an ongoing reactive mode with ever escalating operating expenses. In contrast, Densify’s deep, pattern-based workload analysis provides sophisticated cloud optimization capabilities through right-sizing and advanced hosting strategies, such as leveraging containers. With this unique approach, Densify safely reduces cloud spend by 20 to 80 percent.

“Enterprises are often painfully reminded by their monthly AWS and Azure bills that shoveling their apps to public cloud can lead to unpredictable OPEX,” said Torsten Volk, Managing Director, Hybrid Cloud & Infrastructure Management, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). “Our research shows that cost control is the number one priority in hybrid cloud operations, driving demand for a solution that increases the efficiency of public cloud use and provides guidance regarding which public cloud service offers the desired compromise between risk and cost. Densify’s service provides exactly this analytics and control layer to instantly optimize existing application environments and show how future environments will be deployed in a policy driven and cost effective manner. This gets even more interesting when considering the new economics introduced by container-as-a-service offerings and by server-less functions.”

Pricing, Availability and Free Usage Period The new service is available immediately to customers. Pricing is based on service tiers and platform. For a limited time, Densify is enabling customers to start for free for 14 days. Users can get started with Densify within 15 minutes. For more information or to get started for free, visit www.densify.com.

About Densify™ Densify has re-imagined infrastructure optimization and control for the hybrid cloud era. Its optimized service delivers operational simplicity while scientifically balancing infrastructure supply and application demand to maximize efficiency and cost savings while enabling better performance. For more information, visit www.densify.com or follow us on Twitter @Densify.