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How Amrita University advanced neurological disorders' prediction using GPUs

Amrita University’s Computational Neuroscience Lab adopted the accelerated computing platform to design prediction models for neurological disorders and understand neural circuit function. The aim is to help pioneer treatments for brain disorders and dysfunctions and support developments in engineering and robotics.

PayPal steps it up with OpenStack

Payment pro PayPal recently migrated from VMware to OpenStack. Sri Shivananda, the man who spearheaded the migration talks about the rationale behind the move, and shares his two cents' worth for CIOs contemplating a cloud switch.

CISOs band together to beat hackers at their own game

While Batman and Superman are slugging it out on the big screen, 122 CISOs from across the country’s top IT companies are engaged in a battle of their own. These “un-caped crusaders” have formed a vigilante group to collaborate and take on the bad guys.  

10 IT silver linings on FY'17 horizon

First of April (April fool’s Day) leads to flurry of technology innovations and business trends to confuse (or fool) you and your company. Here are 10 trends to watch out for this fiscal.

Nothing is ever completely outsourced

An outsourced project is out of your hands, right? Well, no, not entirely. In fact, that belief is a common misconception that can lead to trouble.

Momentous rise of the Indian start-up ecosystem

This report, by NASSCOM, analyses the current scenario and emerging trends across the various dimensions that define the Indian start-up ecosystem, and also gauges India's position as a global start-up hub that is becoming attractive for investors, start-ups, and corporates.