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Adobe India Bets Big on Social Transformation With Grassroots Innovation Challenge

Adobe India Bets Big on Social Transformation With Grassroots Innovation Challenge

Grassroots Innovation Challenge is a unique platform designed to encourage 5,200 plus Adobe India employees to collaborate and create digital solutions to address India’s social challenges Based on the tenets of the Digital India initiative by Government of India, Adobe organised Grassroots Innovation Challenge – a first-of-its-kind initiative by the company – aimed at encouraging

Web Werks Receives Accreditation for Cloud Services

Web Werks recently announced its achievement of provisional accreditation from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) for the Government of India. The accreditation will now enable  to help Central Government organizations to leverage innovative and advanced cloud services. Initially, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) had projected to empanel a set of

AT&T allies with Cisco, IBM, Intel

AT&T has formed alliances with Cisco, Deloitte, Ericsson, GE, IBM, Intel, and Qualcomm to help build “smart” connected communities, a focus of its Internet of Things initiative. The carrier says it is developing a smart cities framework with its partners to initially smarten up Atlanta, the Georgia Institute of Technology, Chicago and Dallas. Atlanta is

LDiscovery Announces Acquisition of Credence Corporation

LDiscovery, LLC, a leading provider of eDiscovery services and Information Governance solutions,  announced its acquisition of Credence Corporation, a Fort Lauderdale based eDiscovery and managed services provider. “We are very excited to announce our latest acquisition which furthers our expansion into the southeast United States. Credence, an industry leader in providing innovative eDiscovery and managed

ISACA Identifies Top Four Technology Issues

New research from ISACA identifies the top four tech issues impacting business strategy. Big data analytics, mobile technologies, cloud computing and machine learning are no longer technology trends relevant only to IT—they are key business opportunities that must be understood and considered by executive leadership when developing business strategies, according to ISACA. ISACA released today