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Cyber security incidents on the rise in Indian enterprises, but information security function not keeping pace

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We are living in a globally connected world, fuelled by the growth in connected-devices and advances in communication technologies. The digital age and the inherent connectivity of people, devices and organizations is rapidly providing opportunities for innovation, and businesses have turned their attention to significant benefits such as creation of new products/markets and better understanding of the consumers.

LTE technology to reshape India’s consumer landscape

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The latter half of 2015 is expected to be a breakthrough period, where the country will witness multiple market players launching 4G on the 1800 MHz spectrum. Globally, ever since the first rollout of 4G LTE in 2009, the number of subscribers with LTE access has been growing steadily. According to a recent news report, around 360 commercial LTE networks now operate in 124 countries worldwide, 96 new LTE networks were launched in 2014 and this number is expected to reach beyond 450 by the end of 2015.

LTE: driving data through the airwaves

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Ours is an increasingly data-driven world, a long way from the one envisaged by the developers of the first wireless networks. Those early networks were all about enabling voice calls on the move – with maybe a text (SMS) message or two being sent. The early SMSs gave their senders a taste for more.

Information Management Will Make the BPOs Intelligent

Cássio Vaquero, Regional Director, Information Management Division Asia Pacific and Latin America

Business Process Outsourcing is the fastest growing segment of the Information Technology Enabled Services industry in India. Key factors including economy of scale, business risk mitigation, cost advantage, utilization improvement and superior competency have led to the growth of India’s BPO industry.

Automotive set to be the top M2M growth sector

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The recent acquisition of NXP’s Automotive On-board Platform (ATOP) expandsTelit’s OEM offer.The new BU, Telit Automotive Solutions, unifies the resources of the two companies and this will result in an accelerated drive towards market leadership in this segment.
ATOP isan integrated, certified component that has all the functionality needed to create standalone On-Board Units (OBUs) for road pricing, eCall, and other certified orauthenticated services and applications.