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Why hasn't India produced a Google or a Facebook?

China has produced majaor tech companies like Huawei, Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu, Lenovo and Xiaomi. Where are India's blockbuster tech products and global tech companies? ICT veteran Manoj Chugh, the Global Head for Business Development (Enterprise Business) at Tech Mahindra, explains why India has not been doing much 'visible' innovation for the whole world to see.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

'Dstrux' file-sharing app for iOS dramatically disappoints

Dstrux, a new, free iOS app, wants to become the Snapchat of sensitive documents. It promises to let you share files with others and set a time for the files to "self-destruct." Unfortunately, in my tests, the only thing that self-destructed was Dstrux.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Sliced Tech joins CipherCloud to address changes to Privacy Act

Cloud information protection firm, CipherCloud, has partnered with Sliced Tech to help customers satisfy the updated requirements of the Australian Privacy Amendment.

DATA CENTER

Acronis sets up four new data centres in Asia and Europe

The new data centres in Singapore, Japan, Russia and Germany, bridges the need for data protection solutions offering cloud storage close to home.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Security council blames breaches on poor PCI standard support

"Best practices" guidance from PCI security group says compliance needs to be 365-day-a-year focus.

INDUSTRIES

GDS opens digital testing lab

The Government Digital Service (GDS) has set up a user research lab to help government teams to build user-friendly digital public services.

INTERNET

Who's really using Tinder (and how are they using it)?

There's a good chance someone you know is using Tinder as you read this. He or she is swiping left or right, looking for someone, somewhere for something. Each of those variables contributes to the service's serendipity, which makes it fun with just enough different and unexpected turns.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Consider Surface 3 Pro as all-in-one device, Microsoft advises Malaysian businesses

Surface 3 Pro now available at selected Microsoft retailers and commercial resellers throughout Malaysia.

NETWORKING

Extreme Networks and "Think Mobile" as a Strategy

The networking company's VP for Asia Pacific and Japan Sales, Gary Newbold, on the past, present and future of connectivity and mobility.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Automate your Mac: four smart hacks for managing files

Managing files and folders is one of the most obvious--and easiest--chores to automate on your Mac, thanks to specialized tools like Hazel, as well as generalists like AppleScript, Automator, and Keyboard Maestro.

SECURITY

iCloud flaw may have allowed nude celebrity photos to leak

A funny thing happened on the Internet Sunday as a cache of nude photos of Kate Upton, Jennifer Lawrence, and other big-name stars made their way onto 4chan, as BuzzFeed notes. Reports indicate that this leak may have been the result of a hacker (or hackers) taking advantage of a flaw in Apple's iCloud service.

STORAGE

Half of Australian SMBs have lost work from not backing-up: Seagate

Research by Seagate has found 45 per cent of Australian SMBs have lost work from not backing-up effectively.

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BLOGS

Mobility's marriage to dynamic customer engagement

Malaysia perspective: When it comes to systems of customer engagement, enterprises have given priority to mobility.

Security council blames breaches on poor PCI standard support

"Best practices" guidance from PCI security group says compliance needs to be 365-day-a-year focus.

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