View: Make CERT-In liable to notify victims of cyberattacks
WhatsApp breach shows Indian victims are stuck with no way to know if they have fallen prey to a cyberattack.
Infosys opens innovation centre in Dusseldorf, Germany
The innovation hub of Infosys would serve as a link between businesses and the leading...
Slowdown signal: Top companies cold to IIT hiring season
Some of ‘Day One’ cos have either declined placement cells' requests or are yet to c...
Xerox considers takeover offer for HP
Xerox, which a day before agreed to jettison a slice of a venture with Japan’s Fujifilm Holdings for $2.3 billion, may be angling to take over the world’s largest maker of personal computers after China’s Lenovo Group. Any deal would buttress its share of the printing and copying market, which has been hard-hit by the global move toward cloud computing.
Brokerages mixed on Tech Mahindra post Q2 results
Edelweiss Securities has ‘Buy’ call on Tech Mahindra with a target price of Rs 937.
Ola and Uber look beyond cab hailing to drive growth
Both mobility platforms are expected to bank on bike taxis and rentals to shore up ride numbers.
Edit PDFs on-the-go, transform printed tables to Excel: New MS Office app redefines mobile productivity
The new MS Office app comes with life-saving features.
Microsoft rolls out new cloud tool for analysing business data
The Azure Synapse system is part of the company's fast-growing cloud computing unit, which has driven the company's shares up over the past five years. The tool is meant to help companies build out systems that analyze large amounts of data to make better business decisions, such as whether a digital marketing campaign is driving more traffic to stores and websites.
MSDE, IBM jointly launch SkillsBuild platform
As part of the programme, a two-year advanced diploma in IT, networking and cloud computing, co-created and designed by IBM, will be offered at the Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) & National Skill Training Institutes (NSTIs). The platform will be extended to train ITI & NSTI faculty on building skills in Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Why cybersecurity should be India's foremost priority
The Cybersecurity Policy of 2013 is open and technology neutral. But it needs upgradation. The digital economy today comprises 14-15% of India’s total economy, and is targeted to reach 20% by 2024. India has more than 120 recognised ‘data centres’ and clouds.
72% Indian enterprises wrong about Cloud security: Study
Among the companies surveyed in India, nearly half of them operate with more than 10 security tools within their infrastructure to secure their Cloud.
IT looks to up interactive share in revenue mix
The interactive business requires more design as well as user interaction and experience building to hook end customers to a digital product or make a digital experience more enjoyable.
Zensar’s financial services focus pays off in South Africa
In the previous financial year, revenues from Africa had grown at 9.5%. The number of $5 million plus clients increased from 20 to 23 in the quarter, while the revenue from the top 20 clients has grown from 56.6%.
5G spectrum needs to be affordable: Nunzio Mirtillo, Ericsson
"If I should be in the shoes of the customer, obviously spectrum needs to be affordable, otherwise it does not make sense. I can't say if they will go muted or not, but there is a limit to investment capabilities of the operators, which is obvious."
How Microsoft defended its $10bn JEDI bid exactly a year ago
An unspecified number of Microsoft employees urged the tech giant to also back out of the military project. But Microsoft stuck to its principle of supplying its technology to the US military.
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