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Dream. Dare. Do – that is Suyati’s work principle in a nutshell.

Feb
26
2013

Top Cloud Apps for 2013

Cloud computing is growing in popularity at an exponential pace, as more and more businesses understand the advantage of cloud computing. With improvements in technology and connectivity, apps are displacing conventional programs installed in the hard drive. Cloud based apps offer resilience, flexibility and convenience compared to dedicated server or hard disk based programs. The […]

Feb
25
2013

“Where else can you head your own project, on the second day as Trainee?”

   I’m Deepak, and am a year old at Suyati. In fact, I’m just a year out of college and Suyati is my first job. After clearing the legendary interview – an aptitude test, and three strenuous technical rounds starting from 9 am, I walked out with my offer letter at 7pm. And it has […]

Feb
24
2013
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Biggest Cloud Computing risk, can we eliminate it or not?

Cloud computing has soared in popularity in recent times, as more and more companies understand the benefits it brings in terms of increased flexibility, more resilience, better collaboration, reduced costs and more efficiency. However, such advantages notwithstanding, cloud computing comes with its fair share of risks as well. In the initial days, security was a […]

Feb
23
2013

Hackers make headway porting WebOS to Android

webOS is a Linux based mobile operating system, developed by Palm, and later taken over by Hewlett-Packard (HP). HP revealed its intention to make webOS available under an open source license, and has since then offered a beta release that makes available fifty-four webOS components in open source. This availability will enable developers to apply […]

Feb
22
2013
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Leverage HTML5 to engage with consumers better

Today’s consumers are extremely fickle. The plethora of information available, compounded by the multiple marketers going all out to woo them, means that the consumer would simply opt to move elsewhere if they do not get what they are seeking the first time round. Web apps, digital catalogs, and magazines are a proven hit with […]

Feb
20
2013
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Avoiding Android’s Malware Influx

The Android OS is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Cyber criminals are targeting this OS, slipping in malware through poisoned mobile applications. Almost 50% of all Android phones in the US are infected with malware, and once malware strikes, the odds are the phone being used to send spam SMS or becoming […]

Feb
15
2013
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What to look for in Security Suites in 2013

The threat landscape is constantly changing. Cyber criminals are developing ingenious ways to circumvent the best that network security has to offer. Data breaches, DDos attacks, cyber espionage and other types of malware attacks have all increased both in intensity and in volumes throughout 2012 and into 2013. In such a scheme of things, all […]

Feb
10
2013
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Pwn2Own 2013 offers Half a Million Dollars of bounty to Hack Major Browsers

The latest edition of the Pwn2Own, the annual hacking contest that takes place along with the CanSecWest conference is all set for the end of May. The content, which has attracted the best brains in the hacking world, has earned notoriety over the years for the brazen attacks carried out against popular web browsers, including […]

Feb
08
2013
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Apple has launched iOS 6.1, the latest version of its mobile operating system

A striking feature of iOS 6.1 relates to Long Term Evolution (LTE). The version extends LTE capabilities to 36 iPhone carriers and 23 iPad carriers across the world. This would go a long way in fuelling the migration to LTE. LTE is a new standard for wireless communication. Its higher-bandwidth and lower-latency characteristics allow high-speed […]

Feb
05
2013
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Will HTML 5 signal the end of Native Apps? We don’t think so

As the world is preparing itself for a new generation of apps with HTML 5, a question largely looms in the minds of developers across the globe. Will HTML 5 replace native apps? In simpler terms, will the evolution of HTML 5 signal the end of native mobile app platforms like the Android and iOS. […]