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IBM is planning its first datacenter focused on providing cloud services to Indian organizations
Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched AWS Aurora – a MySQL-compatible database engine for its relational database service, billed by analysts as a “database game-changer” – at its re:Invent 2014 user conference.
Google has creates Hindi-language website to add 300 million Indian internet users by 2017
India is moving towards a digital future with dreams of smart cities, but Indian IT companies seem to be unconscious to the need for data security
Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaom is to set up a datacenter in India to allay fears over data security raised by the Indian Air Force (IAF).
Detecting fake websites needs to be part of all companies' security strategies, according to security and domain name experts.
Swiss bank UBS has hit major delays migrating to a cloud-based HR system and is yet to complete the move two and a half years after deciding to implement Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM).
PNB has outsourced its customer lifecycle management in a five-year deal worth more than INR 200 crore to improve customer relationships
Indian banking and securities firms will be spending about INR 470bn on IT products and services in 2014
Our 2015 IT salaries survey reveals the average pay for IT pros in the U.S., broken down by role and region of the country, job aspirations, optimism levels, and key tech projects.
As senior IT leaders sought to adapt IT strategies to a rapidly changing, digitally connected marketplace, one thing that didn't change in 2015 was their pay.
Server virtualization, managed data centers and hosted software can affect your company's compliance controls. Here's how to overcome the obstacles.
An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
'Going dark' -- or the FBI's inability to access data because of encryption -- could put public safety at risk, intelligence officials say. But tech companies argue that strong encryption is needed to protect corporate and customer data.
Despite an increased focus on data security protection, mobile application vulnerabilities are still often overlooked by both businesses and consumers.
As information security becomes essential to business success, companies are being forced to reexamine their approach to data protection strategy.