Posts From Preeti

Cyber crime could get attention in syllabus for IT

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Minister for Higher & Technical Education, Govt. of Maharashtra visits Quick Heal’s lab and talks about academic syllabus needs

Desktops on a virtual premium at HDFC Life

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With the proliferation of high-powered tablets and mobiles and improvement in connectivity, the company was looking for a powerful solution that could leverage the proliferation of connected mobile devices for customer engagement in addition to their branch offices

ICICI Bank and mobile payments open an account

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Joins Movida, a joint venture between Visa Inc. and Monitise, to launch new ways to help customers pay and buy via mobile phone

Beware of superheroes flying online

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With the resurgence of the superheroes into mainstream movies (think Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America to name a few), hackers are leveraging their popularity to target consumers, as per McAfee

Backing up the growth challenge: CA

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Recently CA Technologies has brought in fresh updates like Linux capabilities and ExaGrid disk back-up alliance to CA ARCserve D2D. We try to gather how this renewed portfolio backs up its new course in this chat.

Risk engineering platform from Cognizant

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Says underwriters and clients will receive actionable information in near real-time to help them make more informed decisions

Michelin on a two wheel drive with Accenture

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These solutions will help its business customers for fleets and equipment manage areas such as fuel efficiency, tire management and vehicle productivity solutions

New partners join ZTE as its smartphones roll out

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With a customer base of over 32 million Indian handset users, it sees India as a growth market

Cost an ugly font with paper textbooks finds EDUCAUSE

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Faculty and students overwhelmingly believe today’s course materials are too expensive and both want those costs lowered; and expect course materials to be available on electronic devices

Now books on tap: Espresso Book Machine

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It is claimed that within minutes, the EBM can produce a bookstore quality paperback with color cover, in any standard trim size, at point of sale

ATMs may not afford to go out of service at NAB

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To enable the bank to extend the operating life of its 1400-odd fleet, while the proactive support model and the ability to fix problems remotely, without dispatching a technician, will contribute to lower overall operating costs

Ready to look at Windows and non-Windows: Citrix

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With some key announcements happening at Synergy, India may or may not have a lot to translate when it comes to how Citrix’s roadmap would affect Indian customers and prospects. Let’s find out

Smart driving: Something to TomTom about

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A look at how a mapping player is navigating the demands and challenges of a nascent market and its ability to shrug the atlas ahead

Abenomics and tech spends for APAC

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The strong US dollar is keeping US dollar growth rates two percentage points or so below those in local currencies, as per Forrester

Swedish Police captures e-archives

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About 1.8 million new paper files per year are expected to be replaced by digital files. The e-archive is also a prerequisite for being able to follow the new Police Data Act which came into force in 2012

Help desk burden harvested by 30 pc at Certis

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Certis’ ICT staff are now able to proactively monitor sales-critical applications for potential problems and take action in advance of a issue appearing to an end user

Demand forecasted with RMS at Toronto Hotel

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Coinciding with the property’s new management under Langham Hospitality Group, the IDeaS RMS will serve as the hotel’s premier analytical tool for driving more accurate demand forecasting

PCs blink again, Is it Windows 8?

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This marks the fifth consecutive quarter of declining shipments, which is the longest duration of decline in the PC market’s history

Face recognition chased well at INTERPOL

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Now facial recognition technology will also be provided to INTERPOL. This would be useful for borders, when officials have just moments to decide whether to allow a person into their country or not

GE strikes a smart $200 mn deal in Illinois

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By deploying advanced meters across its service territory, along with other components of its grid modernization initiative, ComEd expects to transform the delivery of electricity to homes and businesse