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The Cost of Cyber Security Apathy


Evangelists give many costs to not taking security seriously – the risk of losing data, the risk of losing business reputation, and even the risk of being eliminated from the race altogether!! A recent survey puts the cost of a global cyber-attack as far reaching as $121.4 billion in an extreme event. This is roughly the same as losses caused …

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Investment in Security vs. Loss in Cyber-attack?


In 2016, NATO took a landmark decision – not in terms of political insights, but in terms of recognizing the world for what it is today. With increasing proliferation of online data exchanges, social media and online enterprise operations, cyber security has become one of the biggest threats to modern business. Two years ago, NATO took cognizance of this fact …

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The Biggest Examples of Machine Learning – Part 1


Smart machines and applications are steadily becoming a daily phenomenon, helping us make faster, more accurate decisions. The role of AI and machine learning is set to increase dramatically over the next five years, with more than 75 percent of businesses investing in Big Data. Organizations are spending almost 15 percent of their IT budget on machine learning capabilities. Let …

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The Next Generation of Smart Fabrics


Almost every gadget you can think of is now going smart, Phones, watches, and even homes. I a bid to expand the technical horizons, researchers are looking for ways to make smart clothing. To do that, they need a smart fabric that can conduct electricity, but the textiles they’ve come up with thus far don’t breathe well and are rigid. …

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How Boeing Plans to Leverage Emerging Technology in India


Aerospace giant Boeing, in a move to expand its Indian roots, is expanding its engineering and technology centre in Bengaluru to leverage the use of new technologies for design, manufacturing, and other services. Boeing India Engineering and Technology Centre (BIETEC) will focus on areas such as data analytics, enterprise resource planning, software design for aerospace, the most relevant of them …

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Intel I/O Controller Hub – Part 1


A family of Intel southbridge microchips, I/O Controller Hub (ICH) is used to manage data communications between a CPU and a motherboard. This specifically holds for Intel chipsets based on the Intel Hub Architecture. It is designed to be paired with a second support chip known as a northbridge. The ICH is used to connect and control peripheral devices. The …

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Insight targets M&E customers with BI, analytics


Mumbai-based Insight Business Machines is targeting M&E customers with BI and analytics solutions integrated with content delivery solutions including the link and bandwidth optimization. “M&E organizations are highly driven by consumer preferences and behavior. Hence most of the companies are incorporating BI and analytics solutions with their delivery system. These solutions enable them to proactively act on customer complaints and …

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Powerupcloud helps Republic TV revolutionize with Kaizala


After its launch on 6th May 2017, it took just one week for Republic TV to emerge from a new kid on the block to a leader of the pack. Arnab Goswami, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Republic TV, and his dedicated team not only launched the channel with aplomb but also made it the most watched news channel in India with …

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MARG ERP Limited partners with ICICI Bank


Brings accounting and banking solutions for MSMEs on a single     platform Also enables automated reconciliation service Marg ERP limited, a leading Inventory and Accounting software solution company has partnered with ICICI Bank, India’s largest private sector bank by consolidated assets, to offer an integrated payments platform to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) customers, using MARG’s accounting software. This integration aims …

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Intel Ultrabook


Ultrabook, featuring reduced bulk without compromising battery life, is an Intel specification and trademark for a line of high-end subnotebook computers. The use of low-power Intel Core processors, solid-state drives, and a unibody chassis help Ultrabooks to meet these criteria. Ultrabooks typically omit common laptop features such as optical disc drives and Ethernet ports owing to their limited size. The …

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