Indian startup Pluggx aims to be the Apple of the smart home industry

Startup Pluggx Labs has created a smart device that allows you to control your home appliances and electronic gadgets from your smartphone. The starting cost - just Rs 2000

11 Heartbleed facts: Vulnerability Discovery, Mitigation Continue

Millions of websites, applications from Cisco and VMware, Google Play apps, as well as millions of Android devices are vulnerable -- and the list keeps growing

Mobile App Development: 5 worst security dangers

Address these areas when building apps -- or brace yourself for a PR and liability nightmare should an attacker find and exploit a flaw

TCS launches Android-based realtime Twitter sentiment analysis app for Indian Elections 2014

By using the app, users can perform real-time analysis of Twitter data and gain insights into the trending topics and share of voice of Indian politicians

Inside a bank's cloud-based disaster recovery plan

Seattle Bank uses HotLink technology to spin up applications in AWS in case of disaster in the bank's own data center

R Chandrasekaran takes over as NASSCOM Chairman

The Executive Council also announced the appointment of BVR Mohan Reddy as the Vice Chairman of NASSCOM for 2013-14

NACH will create a fully automated process with the use of open standards

Polaris Financial Technology recently announced the launch of its NACH-ready India Payments solution. The solution is compliant with major payments systems in the country including National Automated Clearing House(NACH), Next-Generation Real...

Infosys has proved that going green makes business sense

In the course of its green journey, Infosys has questioned every probable design or technology assumption. The result – Infosys has managed to reduce its per capita energy consumption by 44 percent and GHG emissions by an impressive 15.3 percent...

Will SDN leave network engineers jobless?

While SDN may not be gloom and doom for networking engineers, it will require an expansion of skills and a shift to becoming more of an IT generalist

NASSCOM 10,000 Start-ups Programme completes one year of evangelizing the startup ecosystem in India

The initiative was started with an aim to provide the necessary support to Indian technology startups and create 10,000 domain specific startups in the country

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