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India's biometric ID project is back on track

The new Indian government has indicated strong support for a controversial project to require residents to have biometric IDs in order to collect government benefits, setting a target of 1 billion enrollments by 2015.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

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APPLICATIONS

Amazon, Apple updates let families share apps and media across devices

As long as everyone can agree on an operating system, Apple and Amazon are making it possible for families to share their apps and media across devices, making it just as easy to share a digital book as it is to share a physical one.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Carlsberg taps Office 365 to connect 20,000 global employees

Danish brewery company Carlsberg has rolled out Microsoft's Office 365 cloud collaboration tools to connect 20,000 of its 40,000 employees, as the business expands internationally.

DATA CENTER

Huawei simplifies IT

Announces innovative IT solutions, and releases Global Connectivity Index.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

The trick to finding the right printer driver for your Mac

I recently purchased a new Epson AIO inkjet printer, the 2014 WF-4630. Overall, I couldn't be more pleased with it. It's fast, versatile and produces superb output.

INDUSTRIES

Tech Mahindra and Bosch Software Innovations to create IoT Ecosystem

The two companies will develop proof of concepts and solutions that will focus on developing connected solutions for smart cities, enterprises and smart homes.

INTERNET

Imagining Apple's future digital media format

Having a reasonably undiluted Irish heritage, I can attest that not all of us have the fabled "gift of gab." So when U2's Bono recently mentioned to Time's Catherine Mayer that the band and Apple were working on a new digital music format, you have to credit it not to his Irish origin but rather to the notion that the man's made a career of speaking his mind.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Get to know iOS 8: Why business users (and IT departments) will be happy

It's an old story now, but still worth remembering: When the iPhone debuted way back in 2007, it wasn't much thought of as a device for business users. It had email, yes, but not many of the security features favored by IT departments--and besides, the BlackBerry dominated the business market anyway.

NETWORKING

Report: Bad communication among defense agencies makes China hacks more dangerous

It's not just the fact that China has been hacking U.S. military contractors' networks, it's that the agencies discovering the breaches and the contractors themselves haven't been telling other agencies that need to know, a U.S. Senate report says.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Microsoft heads back to the desktop

SECURITY

China says US hacking accusations are 'totally groundless'

The Chinese government says accusations that it was involved in cyberattacks against U.S. transportation contractors are "totally groundless and untenable."

STORAGE

Ballance chooses Commvault to ensure data access

NZ-based fertiliser manufacturer and distributor, Ballance Agri-Nutrients, has deployed CommVault's Simpana 10 software to enhance data scalability and end-user efficiencies to support its increasing mobile workforce.

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BLOGS

Apple follows

With the latest Apple launch, the consumer electronics market leader is now fast following, not leading.

Apple's iWatch will impact workforce enablement and customer interactions

Forrester's JP Gownder shares his expectations on the rumoured Apple's iWatch and the impact it will have on the workforce in this blog.

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