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

Jun
27
2013

The power of Shell Scripting

Shell script, in Linux OS, is defined as the series of commands written in a text file. This program accepts instructions or commands from users in English, and converts it to binary language. Shell scripts are more powerful than the MS-DOS and acts as a mediator for kernel – the heart of Linux. Shell uses […]

Jun
25
2013
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Why SSO is critical in SaaS applications

Gartner’s recently published report says that 77% of the organizations surveyed intended to increase their spend on cloud computing and SaaS applications in the coming two years. The huge popularity of cloud computing is growing exponentially with its only pull-back factor being the security concerns. In another related survey titled “IT Security Trends 2013”, the […]

Jun
24
2013
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Why enterprise mobility apps may just become the next big thing in computing

Enterprise Mobile Applications (EMAs) provide a platform for the employees to use their mobile computing devices such as smartphones and tablets for work. These apps provide access to organizational systems and real-time organizational data through mobile devices. At the back-end, it infuses mobility to the business data, migrating data to cloud storage so that it […]

Jun
20
2013
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How to maintain security when employees work remotely

With telecommuting on the rise and even normal employees constantly on the move in an increasingly mobile world, working from remote locations is now commonplace. Many employees, in fact, now rarely work out of conventional offices. Employees log in to the company server from the privacy of their homes, from airports, hotels, and other locations […]

Jun
19
2013
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Key issues related to SaaS Implementation

The popularity of Software as a service (SaaS) has increased in recent times. This model, which entails accessing software from the cloud on an on-need basis, is on its way to displace the traditional model of installing software in on-premises servers or hard drives. SaaS heralds a shift away from the top-down to a modular […]

Jun
17
2013
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Cloud Computing best practices for Financial Institutions

In a highly competitive environment, cloud computing is gaining widespread acceptance across industries, as a means to reduce costs and streamline operations. The financial sector is no different. About 39% of financial services CIOs estimate that by 2015, more than half of all financial transactions would take place through the cloud infrastructure, using Software as […]

Jun
13
2013
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How to take precautions for a Doomsday Scenario

Apocalypse or doomsday scenarios often make the rounds, not just in the movies, but also in cyber world. While such claims usually turn out to be a hoax, or a build-up to nothing, a major disaster that completely cripples computing is a real possibility, especially in today’s age where cyber criminals of various hues attack […]

Jun
10
2013
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Towards the Right Mobile EAS Strategy

The increasing incidence of malware infested apps floating around in the cyberspace and the threats such apps pose to corporate networks security has prompted many enterprises to adopt their own Enterprise application store (EAS). An EAS is a customized in-house platform that allows users to download apps to their mobile devices. Employees connected to the […]

Jun
06
2013
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Kerala’s on the up, down under

My first trip to Australia, couldn’t have come at a better time. Nor could it have come in better company. Some15+ tech firms from Kerala, along with Suyati Technologies have been in Australia on a trip organized to perfection by Kerala IT and GTech. As we grow by leaps and bounds, (Suyati is just crossing […]

Jun
02
2013

How to truly secure the Data

In the age of heightened security risks, securing data has become more important than ever before. The ingenuity of the cyber-criminals and the increasing incidence of threats from insiders with access privileges have almost rendered obsolete conventional approach of installing perimeter rings of defense around the data, such as firewalls. The new approach to security […]