Cognizant said Asia would become a $1 billion market for the company in the next few years as it powers ahead with investments in Australia, Japan and plans to look into
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New Delhi, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become the first global Cloud service provider (CSP) to achieve full empanelment for delivering Public Cloud services to government customers in India, the company announced on Thursday.
BANGALORE: This year, cyberattacks continued to plague business leaders, with major breaches occurring due to known vulnerabilities. Trend Micro predicts the trend of known vulnerabilities being used in major attacks will continue in 2018 as corporate attack surfaces expand and expose more security holes. Patch management and employee education
Slowly becoming aware of emerging cyber threats, organisations worldwide will spend $96.3 billion on security in 2018 — an increase of 8 per cent from 2017, Gartner forecast on Thursday.
The tech world may be gearing up for using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to enhance operations but cybercrooks are looking at leveraging the same technologies for data breaches, according to a report by security firm Symantec.
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TOKYO: Japan’s Sharp Corp will ask the government to help it form an alliance with rival Japan Display Inc in OLED technology to better compete with South Korean makers, its chief executive said on Thursday.
SAN FRANCISCO: In a respite for Google, a judge has dismissed a gender discrimination lawsuit from former Google employees that accused the tech giant of paying male employees more than women
NEW DELHI: Slowly becoming aware of emerging cyber threats, organisations worldwide will spend $96.3 billion on security in 2018 — an increase of 8 per cent from 2017, Gartner forecast on Thursday.