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Mobile commerce is set to be the next big wave in the digital commerce space.
Reliance and Facebook's joint initiative to offer internet.org services is more of an anti-net neutrality move in the guise of a social responsibility initiative
With the advent of SDN, there's been a lot of speculation about the future of the network administrator.
Criminal hackers aren't as smart as those portrayed in the movies and on TV, according to a new report from Sophos Ltd. -- but those behind advanced persistent threats are even dumber.
According to the company, Kheradpir’s exit will have no impact on partners and customers of Juniper Networks, both globally and in India.
Find out ways to identify the best hybrid cloud architecture for your environment while minimising implementation and management complexity.
Decision-makers in enterprises often wrongly differentiate between the security requirements during the PC era as opposed to post-PC era. Consequently, mobile security does not feature high on their list of priorities, which I believe should happen ASAP, says Pekka Usva.
Positive, bold, pragmatic: That’s what the Union Budget 2015 means to India’s top technology vendors.
SDN providers are coming up with new initiatives to make the enterprise world aware of the advantages of the technology. Though it is gathering traction, many challenges still remain unaddressed.
It’s time enterprises moved past traditional collaboration tools and deployed social technologies.
Which technology skills will be in the biggest demand in 2015?
It’s hard for one to miss how the telecom provider is going about blatantly violating net neutrality.
Milan Sheth, partner and technology sector leader, Ernst & Young, says there’s a lot of reason for the IT industry to be positive about 2015.
Focusing on hot skills may be useful for some, but for many it’s a complete diversion.
IDC is projecting PC shipments will stabilize this year, and get better in 2016.
The company helps agribusinesses and cooperatives capture all kinds of transactions using technology for bringing visibility and traceability to farmer interactions.
Bloatware, crapware, shovelware: No matter what you call it, the junk that PC makers dump onto new PCs is nothing short of a mess. The situation was thrust into the spotlight last week when it was revealed that several Lenovo PCs were preloaded with "Superfish" adware that actively left users vulnerable to attack. The software compromised secure HTTPS web connections in a quest to inject ads on the sites you visit... and make Lenovo a few nickels.
In a bid to secure their information assets companies are adopting various tactics to change the security behaviour of their employees.
Ushering in an era of surgical precision, robotic surgeries are gaining acceptance pushing the skill levels of surgeons to the optimum.
Fights common enemy Apple with new partnership.
Bharat Goenka, Co-founder and MD of Tally, shares why the company is one of the biggest success stories in the software product space.