A bill expected to be put before the Netherlands' parliament later this year giving Dutch authorities wide-ranging powers is already drawing criticism.
Tertiary institutions tend to emphasize more on technical skills while cybersecurity modules are not mandatory, and this is contributing to security professionals here getting lower pay and valued less.
Jolla's rotational CEO strategy continues.
Whether you're an artist, a software creator, a freelancer in the digital space, startup Instamojo's Web app simplifies the mechanics for buying and selling your files so you can focus on creating content.
Amid proposals to tighten requirements, the National Foundation for American Policy argues doing so could be a "serious mistake" since the H-1B temporary visas allow high-skilled foreign nationals to work in the U.S. and benefit the overall economy.
With Microsoft's Azure Stack, you can have your own on-premise version of Azure. In use it's very like its public-cloud counterpart, but your IT team will have plenty of setup work to do.
Both state-run telcos were created to increase teledensity in urban and rural India, but with this aim achieved and bottomlines plummeting, the government will find it tough to revive the two entities.
Staples is making is more conceivable that one day more people will have 3D printers in their homes.
Sheer scale of China's resources of IT talent and strong market growth make it the logical successor to India's current IT outsourcing crown, while other regional players will remain niche in appeal.
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A consortium of Chinese phone brands are planning a quiet entry into India with the help of a startup, which will set up over 200 sales and service centers for nearly 50 different manufacturers.
Australia's long-overdue data breach notification laws are finally being drafted. But will they be tough enough to staunch the haemorrhage of personal data?
After dismissing cyberattacks as something that might need to be addressed one day in its previous Defence White Papers, the Department of Defence's first paper in nine years highlights cyber as a threat that needs significant attention.
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[UPDATE] Poisonous hydrofluoric acid has leaked for a second time in four months at Samsung's main chip plant in Hwaseong city, injuring three workers, sparking concerns over company's response to safety issues.
In order to become more agile and unlock enterprise value, financial services outsourcer Polaris will be split into separate services and products divisions, with each distinct line managed independently by its own CEO.
The practice of mindfulness is growing exponentially, with studies showing it cuts negative emotions by almost half -- with just eight weeks of practice.
The average person drinks a mere 5 cups per YEAR there. But pushers like Nestle and Starbucks could soon turn a nation of 1.3 billion people into addicts. Mwahahahahaha!