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Still using Windows 7? This is how you can keep your computer safe from attackers
Cybercriminals will try to take advantage of the situation through targeted attacks.
Tokyo shares tread water after US-China trade deal; machinery makers lag
The Nikkei share average added 0.1 per cent to 23,933.13.
IBA revises performance-linked scheme, hikes wages to 12.25%, unions reject offer
Under the scheme, the bankers' body has offered to pay 14 e...
SOAR is helping companies reduce cost up to 30%: Inderjit Bains, Oracle
"Most customers today understand that there is a lot of value in moving to cloud and adopting the new practices. So, the challenges include helping the customer see how to do business in a new way and leveraging technology to enable the transformation."
Only big social media companies may face tougher norms
TikTok, Facebook, and YouTube will be impacted as the new rule means tougher norms for policing online content.
TCS says two UK-based credit unions move to its cloud banking solution
TCS said the companies selected TCS BaNCS Cloud for Banking to drive this transformation since it has the “richest collection of API-enabled components in a SaaS model addressing retail, corporate, private banking and wealth management, including digital banking for all segments.”
This red alert is now flashing on the bond trader’s radar screen
The US gauge is now on track for the biggest three-month increase since late 2016.
Data policy tweaks set to keep India Inc busy in 2020
The Bill, aimed at giving individuals more control over their data, has not proposed a timeline for the implementation of the rules. Government sources have stressed that since the Bill was based on the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, foreign technology companies may not need more than two years.
PM to open Science Congress in Bengaluru on Friday
They expect about 15,000 people including Nobel laureates, scientists,intellectuals, academicians, police makers, researchers, students and delegates to attend the event. The entry for the science exhibition will be free to science enthusiasts from January 4 to January 7.
Centre exploring bill discounting via RBI to bail out road builders
Road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari has promised to work on alternatives to bank guarantees and arrange construction equipment and machinery from manufacturers on lease basis with the government extending guarantees, said BAI vice-president K Sriram.
Police in states across India are relying on private firms and consultants to solve cybercrime cases
Cyber crimes are rising rapidly. Police's own teams are still being built, hence the need for private eyes.
GoFrugal eyes Rs 500 crore revenue mark in five year
The products included RetailEasy for retail businesses, ServeEasy for restaurant businesses and ManageEasy for distribution businesses. Kumar Rajagopalan, CEO of Retailers Association of India launched the company’s experiential digital store using AI and ML for the traditional retail industry.
Personal Data Protection Bill: India’s digital safety kit
PDPB will serve as a model for ensuring that Indian citizens have autonomy in the digital economy.
US body, COAI, others, question Trai's attempt to regulate cloud service providers
In its response to the Trai consultation paper on cloud services, the US India Business Council (USIBC) said there’s more than sufficient regulation of cloud services in the industry and Indian CSPs should not be subject to new regulation. COAI, an industry body that represents private telcos, too questioned Trai’s authority to regulate CSPs.
India's PC market up 15.8% on year in Q2: IDC India
According to IDC, Indian PC market inclusive of desktops, notebooks, and workstations, shipped 3.1 million units, in Q3FY19 as Windows 7 is near to its scheduled end in early 2020. The desktop category saw a 10.6 per cent on year growth in its shipments, mainly contributed by Windows 10 refresh buying from the banking sector.
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