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IBM adopts ‘Slack’ for its 3,50,000 employees

Source: IANS IBM has picked 'Slack' a cloud-based proprietary instant messaging platform to power its chat communications companywide and will be moving all its 3,50,000...

Infosys to acquire Simplus in $250 million deal

Source: PTI Simplus, one of the fastest growing Salesforce Platinum Partners in the US and Australia, in an up to $250 million deal. IT major Infosys...

HDFC Bank appoints Anjani Rathor as Chief Digital Officer

Source: ETCIO Anjani Rathor will be responsible for enabling the adoption of digital technologies across the enterprise and the performance of digital channels. HDFC Bank has...

Has Facebook Finally Launched WhatsApp Pay in India

According to a recent news report, WhatsApp Pay has been given regulatory approval by the NPCI. Read on to know more about it... According to...

Google Chrome will block non-secure file downloads on HTTPS pages

Source: ANI Google Chrome has announced that it will now ensure that secure pages only download secure files by blocking mixed content downloads or non-HTTPS...

Amazon invests Rs 2,500 crore in marketplace and data centre units

Source: ETtech The investment follows a Rs1,715 crore infusion into Amazon’s payments and wholesale arms last month. Amazon has made fresh investments of a little over...

RailTel signs MoU with BEL for cooperation in cloud services

Source: PTI RailTel signs MoU with BEL for cooperation in cloud services, IoT , e-governance The MoU was signed in the presence of BEL CMD M...

Digital payments index to assess industry potential

Source: ET Bureau The banking regulator will make the index available in the public domain from July 2020. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will issue...

How the New Age Algorithms can Minimize Online Trolls

Researchers have demonstrated that Artificial Intelligence algorithms can monitor trolls on online social media. Read on to know more... In the cyber world, it's fun...

CERN physics lab drops Facebook over data concerns

Source: AFP Europe's physics lab CERN on Wednesday said it had stopped using a Facebook team-chat application because of concerns about handing over data to...
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