Month: December 2015

In2IT leverages Cloud technology to help local businesses flourish

Sanchit-Vir-Gogia-Alok-Lall-Rudra-ShatapathyWith the help of enterprise-grade cloud technology from Microsoft, In2IT Technologies, a Gold Partner of Microsoft, is enabling businesses in Odisha. The company provides a wide array of Microsoft cloud services, including Office 365, Azure and CRM Online, to its customers from different industry sectors – government, education, BFSI, utility and enterprise. These services can help businesses in Odisha grow and become more profitable and productive…Visit VARINDIA for the full post

 

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HOOQ names its new Managing Director

Sali-Kapoor-managing-director-at-HOOQ-300x300HOOQ has roped in Salil Kapoor, former COO at Dish TV India Ltd, as the Managing Director of its India operations. As the country manager, he will further push the company’s goals of getting India HOOQ’d by revolutionizing video-on-demand service landscape in India.

HOOQ, a joint venture by Singtel, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros, delivers over 30,000 hours of Hollywood and Bollywood blockbusters along with popular regional and local programmes to customers anytime, anywhere…Visit VARINDIA for the full post

Connected devices are at risk-Kaspersky Labs

Elena-Kharchenko-Head-of-Consumer-Product-Management-Kaspersky-Lab-300x300A research conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International shows that when it comes to Internet security, consumer’s concern and awareness are both on the increase. However, despite a growing recognition of the need to protect devices, many consumers are struggling to identify, install and use security software.

The study, which questioned 11,819 people from over 27 countries, assessed cybersecurity trends amongst consumers in today’s rapidly-evolving, multi-device, connected world. It found that consumers are using more connected devices than ever before, with the average household now owning 8 connected devices. The research shows that mobile devices have replaced desktops as the main device for going online and tablets are also losing out to smartphones. In fact, 57% now use a smartphone to mainly access the Internet in 2015, an increase from 45% in 2012…Visit VARINDIA for the full post

SP rolls out USB 3.0 Flash Drive Secure G50

SPPR-Secure-G50-300x300SP/ Silicon Power has announced the launch of its advanced encrypted USB 3.0 flash drive – Secure G50, with three layers of defence to enhance data security. Firstly, Secure G50 is armed with AES 256-bit hardware-based encryption technology. Secondly, the password protection function enables auto lockdown and formatting after several times of failed login attempts. And thirdly, SP Silicon Power provides proprietary data management software – SP Widget, featuring file encryption, cloud storage, backups and restores to secure files even if the drive is lost or destroyed. With a user-friendly interface, Secure G50 offers comprehensive protection for your sensitive data…Visit VARINDIA for the full post

RIL introduces Jio services for employees

reliance-jio-4g-launch1To mark the 83rd birthday of Dhirubhai Ambani and also to deliver hi-speed connectivity and 4G broadband services in every nook and corner of India, RIL has launched Jio. It is a digital initiatives designed to provide high speed connectivity to its 1 lakh-plus employees and their families.

The participants, all of whom where RIL and Jio’s employees hailed from varied cultural backgrounds located in diverse geographies. The motto – One India. One RIL. One Jio. One for all and all for one – resounded at the venue…Read more

Spirent launches 50Gb Ethernet Test System

spirent-logo-300x300Spirent Communications has unveiled the world’s first 50Gb/s higher speed Ethernet test solution, that will enable its customers to meet the growing needs of the cloud service provider (CSP) space. Spirent has successfully completed the industry’s first 50GbE interoperability test with a global leader in cloud services and infrastructure….Read more

Xerox conducts raids to stop sale of counterfeit and illegal aftermarket printer supplies

Kevin-Weaver-Vice-President-xerox1-300x300The creation and sale of counterfeit and illegal aftermarket printer supplies continues to be a problem. In fact, The Imaging Supplies Coalition estimates about $3.5 billion are lost to counterfeit products worldwide in the imaging supplies industry. In response, Xerox has conducted a string of raids, product seizures and trademark enforcement actions to protect customers from the hazards of counterfeit supplies.

“Fake cartridges are known to fail at a very high rate, causing poor image quality and costly damage to vital printer components. While this will remain a very active and aggressive field of play, we will continue to fight back to protect our customers and stop the spread of counterfeit and illegal aftermarket supplies,” said Kevin Weaver, Vice-President, Brand Protection Group, Xerox Supplies Business Group…Read more