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LTI bags 2020 SAP Pinnacle award as Industry Innovation Partner of the Year; deliveres ERP transformations for Fortune 500 clients
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LTI bags 2020 SAP Pinnacle award as Industry Innovation Partner of the Year; deliveres ERP transformations for Fortune 500 clients

LTI has a long-term relationship with SAP, spanning over 20 years, and is uniquely positioned as a partner, co-innovator and customer.

Google, Uber, IBM among several US firms willing to share resources to help India fight coronavirus outbreak
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Google, Uber, IBM among several US firms willing to share resources to help India fight coronavirus outbreak

Resources to fight COVID-19 range from providing free digital education platform, donating face masks, boosting up ventilator production to converting shipping containers into ICU.

H1N1: SAP shuts down all India offices; asks employees to work from home
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H1N1: SAP shuts down all India offices; asks employees to work from home

The company has asked the employees to work from home starting 20 February until further notice.

Two Bengaluru SAP employees test positive for swine flu; company temporarily closes India offices for 'extensive sanitation'
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Two Bengaluru SAP employees test positive for swine flu; company temporarily closes India offices for 'extensive sanitation'

SAP has said two of its employees in Bengaluru have tested positive for H1N1 virus (swine flu) and as a precautionary measure, it has closed offices in Bengaluru, Gurugram and Mumbai for extensive sanitisation.

Capgemini to buy Altran for 3.6 bn euros; combined company to have annual revenues of 17 bn euros
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Capgemini to buy Altran for 3.6 bn euros; combined company to have annual revenues of 17 bn euros

Capgemini said it would offer 14 euros per Altran share in cash, representing a 22% premium over Altran’s Monday closing price of 11.47 euros.

Data protection law is the need of the hour to protect privacy in the era of AI
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Data protection law is the need of the hour to protect privacy in the era of AI

There is a dire need of a regulator and legal safety net to protect user’s data

Researchers say about 50,000 companies are vulnerable to 'business critical' hacks
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Researchers say about 50,000 companies are vulnerable to 'business critical' hacks

Security firm Onapsis says that 90 percent of affected SAP systems have not been properly protected

SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announce data alliance for their Open Data Initiative
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SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announce data alliance for their Open Data Initiative

The partners announced the Open Data Initiative at a Microsoft conference in Orlando, Florida.

Research on agrarian distress is inadequate; we need some proper indicator, says Ramesh Chand of NITI Aayog
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Research on agrarian distress is inadequate; we need some proper indicator, says Ramesh Chand of NITI Aayog

Most researchers are arriving at this conclusion of agrarian distress by citing farmers suicides. We are just using this emotional indicator, says Ramesh Chand of NITI Aayog

Vishal Sikka denies Teradata's IP theft charges, terms allegations as 'baseless and outrageous'
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Vishal Sikka denies Teradata's IP theft charges, terms allegations as 'baseless and outrageous'

Cloud-based data and analytics firm Teradata has filed a complaint in a US court against German firm SAP alleging trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and antitrust violations and also named Vishal Sikka as being aware of the situation

Cloud firm Teradata files IP theft suit against SAP, alleges former CTO Vishal Sikka was in the know
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Cloud firm Teradata files IP theft suit against SAP, alleges former CTO Vishal Sikka was in the know

Sikka is considered to be the force behind SAP's analytics platform, HANA that had helped the company strengthen its position in the global market

US tech firms will have to disclose if they allow American adversaries to examine source codes of software sold to the US military
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US tech firms will have to disclose if they allow American adversaries to examine source codes of software sold to the US military

If passed into law, the legislation would require companies that do business with the US military to disclose any source code review of the software done by adversaries

Top tech companies state that they will not assist any government in conducting offensive cyber attacks, sign pledge
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Top tech companies state that they will not assist any government in conducting offensive cyber attacks, sign pledge

The Cybersecurity Tech Accord signed by these companies vows to protect all customers from attacks regardless of geopolitical or criminal motive.

True tech power comes from harvesting patents: ISRO, Cipla and Biocon show the way for future entrepreneurs
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True tech power comes from harvesting patents: ISRO, Cipla and Biocon show the way for future entrepreneurs

Is there an entrepreneur out there who has the money and the audacity to gamble on a new future? India could do with some audacious private entrepreneurs.

Software giant SAP has partnered with Niti Aayog to adopt 100 Atal Tinkering Labs to promote STEM education among schools
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Software giant SAP has partnered with Niti Aayog to adopt 100 Atal Tinkering Labs to promote STEM education among schools

The programme aims to teach students advanced technology topics relevant to digital transformation and the Internet of Things (IoT).

SAP acquires US sales software firm Callidus for $2.4 billion as it looks to boost cloud platform revenue
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SAP acquires US sales software firm Callidus for $2.4 billion as it looks to boost cloud platform revenue

McDermott said SuccessFactors, the human resources application acquired by SAP for $3.4 billion in 2011, would be fully migrated to the cloud this year.

Major global technology providers have allowed Russian authorities to hunt for vulnerabilities in software widely used across the US government
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Major global technology providers have allowed Russian authorities to hunt for vulnerabilities in software widely used across the US government

The practice potentially jeopardizes the security of computer networks in at least a dozen federal agencies, U.S. lawmakers and security experts said.

WEF 2018: TCS, Infosys join global tech re-skilling drive for 1 million workers in maiden initiative
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WEF 2018: TCS, Infosys join global tech re-skilling drive for 1 million workers in maiden initiative

The initiative will be targeting 1 million people for training and resource opportunities on the World Economic Forum SkillSET portal by January 2021.

'We kind of forgot this, but the French are very innovative': Emmanuel Macron promotes France before Davos
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'We kind of forgot this, but the French are very innovative': Emmanuel Macron promotes France before Davos

French president Emmanuel Macron promoted his government's changes to French tax and labour laws on Monday in front of 140 world business leaders.

SAP India announces 'Leonardo' software system to help boost Indian digital economy
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SAP India announces 'Leonardo' software system to help boost Indian digital economy

SAP India announced the launch of its "Leonardo" portfolio here that will fuel the goal of a $1 trillion digital economy by 2025.