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Watch Your name 2 Bhojpuri film 2017 | Muhurta With Namit Tiwari and Poonam Dubey Ajay Shrivastav, Israel - Entertainment Video Uploaded by - Bollywood Ki Baten (video id - 752885)

Saturday, November 18 2017

Watch Your name 2 Bhojpuri film 2017 | Muhurta With Namit Tiwari and Poonam Dubey Ajay Shrivastav, Israel - Entertainment Video Uploaded by - Bollywood Ki Baten (video id - 752885)

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Watch Bigg Boss Ex Contestant Mona Lisa And Her Boyfriend Reaction On Bigg Boss 11 - Entertainment Video Uploaded by - Bollywood Spy (video id - 752886)

Saturday, November 18 2017

Watch Bigg Boss Ex Contestant Mona Lisa And Her Boyfriend Reaction On Bigg Boss 11 - Entertainment Video Uploaded by - Bollywood Spy (video id - 752886)

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Watch Bigg Boss 10 Winner Manveer Gurjar REACTION On Bigg Boss 11 | Sab Khunas Nikal Rahe Hai - Entertainment Video Uploaded by - Bollywood Spy (video id - 752887)

Saturday, November 18 2017

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Watch Jhanvi Kapoor At Special Screening Of Web Series Bose - Entertainment Video Uploaded by - Bollywood Spy (video id - 752888)

Saturday, November 18 2017

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Python Training Institute in Faridabad 20, 000 Python jobs only on Naukri.com. Many jobs are demanding PYTHON Language. Python For Beginners - ThinkNod provides training on Python. Welcome! Are you completely new to programming? If not then we presume you

Tuesday, November 21 2017

Python Training Institute in Faridabad 20, 000 Python jobs only on Naukri.com. Many jobs are demanding PYTHON Language. Python For Beginners - ThinkNod provides training on Python. Welcome! Are you completely new to programming? If not then we presume you

Updates 1511248171 Python Training Institute in Faridabad 20, 000 Python jobs only on Naukri.com. Many jobs are demanding PYTHON Language. Python For Beginners - ThinkNod provides training on Python. Welcome! Are you completely new to programming? If not then we presume you will be looking for information about why and how to get started with Python. Fortunately an experienced programmer in any programming language (whatever it may be) can pick up Python very quickly. It's also easy for beginners to use and learn, so jump in! ThinkNod makes it easy for you to learn Python for beginners. Python and JavaScript are widely used in part because they're easier to pick up than Java, C, C++, and C#. Both have active communities that write and maintain a large number of libraries. And neither has a strong corporate affiliation, the way Java has with Oracle, C# has with Microsoft, and Swift has with Apple. It's too simplistic to say that the two languages are competing with one another, but there's some of that, particularly now that Python is focusing on event-driven programming. Meet ThinkNod experts team and see the difference Python can make to your career.

Cognizant to Present at the Credit Suisse 21st Annual Technology, Media & Telecom Conference

Tuesday, November 21 2017

Cognizant to Present at the Credit Suisse 21st Annual Technology, Media & Telecom Conference

A replay of the webcast will remain available on the company's website for 60 days. About Cognizant Cognizant (NASDAQ-100: CTSH) is one of the world's leading professional services companies, transforming clients' business, operating and technology models for the digital era. Our unique industry-based, consultative approach helps clients envision, build and run more innovative and efficient businesses. Headquartered in the U.S., Cognizant is ranked 205 on the Fortune 500 and is consistently listed among the most admired companies in the world. Learn how Cognizant helps clients lead with digital at www.cognizant.com or follow us @Cognizant.

Nasscom: ‘India doing better than others in hiring woman techies’, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Tuesday, November 21 2017

Nasscom: ‘India doing better than others in hiring woman techies’, Telecom News, ET Telecom

technology ‘India doing better than others in hiring woman techies’ The technology sector is the second-largest employer of women in India, behind the pharmaceutical and care sector, according to a study earlier this year. Brinda Dasgupta | ET Bureau | November 21, 2017, 08:53 IST Newsletter A A BENGALURU : India Inc must involve male managers in efforts towards better gender diversity at the workplace, and conversations around unconscious bias can help move the needle, said the chief executive of Anita-B.org, a not-for-profit that advocates for woman technologists.The technology sector is the second-largest employer of women in India, behind the pharmaceutical and care sector, according to a study earlier this year by Nasscom in partnership with The Open University in the UK. India’s IT-BPM (business process management) industry employs nearly 3.9 million people, of which over 1.3 million are women.“We can talk about leaning in, stepping up and speaking out, but all these efforts would be incomplete without male employees espousing the cause for their female counterparts,” Brenda Darden Wilkerson said on the sidelines of the Grace Hopper Celebration India conference, held here last week.India has been doing better with hiring woman techies — in this country almost 34% of the tech workforce is made up of women; in the US, it is 30%, Wilkerson said.Issues that women face when it comes to diversity include being given the right kinds of assignments for better career progression, balancing work responsibilities with familial duties, and having appropriate mentorship, she told ET. “In recent years, companies in India are doing better at addressing these.”The Grace Hopper conference is organised by Palo Alto, California-based AnitaB.org, formerly known as the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology.This year, more than 3,700 people attended the conference, which was launched in 2010, said Geetha Kannan, managing director of AnitaB.org India.Over the next year or so, leaders from Adobe, Microsoft , ThoughtWorks, Intuit and other organisations will share best practices with attendees on building gender diversity among all levels of the workforce. “As technology becomes more pervasive, the need to have more and more women in technology creation is a business imperative, as women are not only critical in technology development but also endusers and customers of technology,” said Kannan. Technology companies need to step up and view women not just as consumers, but also creators of the technology that drives industry, she said. RELATED

Nordson EFD’s SolderPlus Dispensing Paste For Reliable, Convenient RFID Bonding Applications

Monday, November 20 2017

Nordson EFD’s SolderPlus Dispensing Paste For Reliable, Convenient RFID Bonding Applications

Nordson EFD’s SolderPlus Dispensing Paste For Reliable, Convenient RFID Bonding Applications Nordson EFD’s SolderPlus Dispensing Paste For Reliable, Convenient RFID Bonding Applications Applying a specialized solder paste formula can improve production yields while saving time and reducing costs November 20, 2017 89 Nordson EFD, a Nordson company, the world’s leading precision fluid dispensing systems manufacturer, offers a new SolderPlus dispensing paste formula to improve bond reliability in RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags, dual interface (DI) smart cards, and biometric passports. These applications require attaching an antenna electrically connected to a chip. Manufacturers often use a silver filled epoxy to bond these components. This method requires a curing process, which can affect bond strength if not enough time is allotted for complete curing. Other process considerations include low storage temperature requirements of minus 32° F (0° C). The process of applying Nordson EFD solder paste is faster and easier because there is no curing time required. Also, solder paste can be stored at a higher temperature, requiring less time to thaw. A bending test is often used to determine the lifetime of an RFID card. It simulates what can happen when a card is bent in a wallet to determine at what point electrical disconnection happens. “The test indicates a SolderPlus bond lasts for more than 20,000 cycles of use,” said Philippe Mysson, Business Development Manager – Solder Paste, Nordson EFD. “That is equivalent to about 10 years in a wallet. Silver filled epoxy bonds last roughly 1,000 cycles or six months.” In addition, the chemistry of solder paste makes it safer to use when compared to the chemistry of silver filled epoxy, which contains toxic materials. Solder paste is also much less expensive because it contains no silver. “We believe each of these factors makes our specialized formula of EFD SolderPlus dispense paste a more reliable, cost-effective alternative to other methods used in RFID bonding applications,” Mysson said. “The reliability of solder joints is 20 times better than existing standard connections. When paired with faster production time, this allows DI smart card and RFID tag manufacturers to improve the quality and reliability of their product while meeting increasing consumer demand.” For more information, visit Nordson EFD on the web at http://www.nordson.com/en/divisions/efd/solutions/rfid , email at [email protected], or call +91 80 4021 3600. TAGS

33% Lower Watt Power is Enough Good Reason to Choose BINAY model Hi-efficiency QUADRA ‘ES’ PowerLED Tube Light

Monday, November 20 2017

33% Lower Watt Power is Enough Good Reason to Choose BINAY model Hi-efficiency QUADRA ‘ES’ PowerLED Tube Light

Home LED's 33% Lower Watt Power is Enough Good Reason to Choose BINAY model... 33% Lower Watt Power is Enough Good Reason to Choose BINAY model Hi-efficiency QUADRA ‘ES’ PowerLED Tube Light November 20, 2017 51 The BINAY model HIGH-EFFICIENCY Low Wattage QUADRA ‘ES’ PowerLED Tube Light is designed as a retrofit replacement for the standard 36W fluorescent tube and provides performance at a 33% lower power consumption than competing LED tubes. The unique factor of this product is that it achieves this performance at an extremely low power consumption of only 12W, using very high-efficiency LEDs. This is the most efficient power rating for LED tube lights in the market available today. While most comparative competitive LED tubes achieve a lumen output of 1600 lumens at 18W approx., the BINAY HIGH-EFFICIENCY QUADRA ‘ES’ PowerLED Tube Light is designed to 2000 source lumens at a 33% lower power consumption of 12W , thus achieving considerable power savings (apart from the much longer maintenance-free life). The light output performance is equivalent to that of the T-8 (1200mm) fluorescent tube. The product is covered under a warranty of 5 years with an estimated life of 12-15 years. For more information, visit www.binayLED.com TAGS

Free Seminar On International trade fair At Ahmedabad at Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad - Funny Lovely Internet

Monday, November 20 2017

Free Seminar On International trade fair At Ahmedabad at Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad - Funny Lovely Internet

Free Seminar On International trade fair At Ahmedabad at Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad By – Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shunde, Foshan and Guangzhou – 7 Days & 6 Nights Note:- Discounts available till 16th November Location : iiiEM Office , Devnandan Mall , Ahmedabad Time : 6:00 PM TO 8:00 PM For more Details Call on: 7573001616 http://funkydevelopers.com Satish Devnani is a passionate writer who generally likes to write about technology, Gadgets, Digital Marketing, Motivational Quotes and some times shayaris and views on movies and recent happenings. Satish Devnani by profession is the chairman of Funky Developers and other ventures like SaveMyDate, FunnyLovelyInternet, Funky SEO.

eScan Gets VB100 Certification for Internet Security

Monday, November 20 2017

eScan Gets VB100 Certification for Internet Security

Email Print eScan has yet again achieved Virus Bulletin’s VB100’s comparative review test certificate for its eScan Internet Security Suite. The test, in October 2017, was conducted on Windows 7 and 10 Professional. eScan Internet Security Suite (ISS) proved its capability of providing advanced protection against malware listed by WildList Organization with the RAP score of 100%. eScan has yet again achieved Virus Bulletin ‘s VB100’s comparative review test certificate for its eScan Internet Security Suite. The test, in October 2017, was conducted on Windows 7 and 10 Professional. eScan Internet Security Suite ( ISS ) proved its capability of providing advanced protection against malware listed by WildList Organization with the RAP score of 100%. Various kinds of cyber-security incidents have affected many of the large and small IT infrastructures since the start of the year with a breakout of ransomware attacks. 2017 has become the year of IT Security with spurt in growth of the digital drive, smart city and IoT products. eScan’s ISS has been rewarded with the VB100 certificate for being a strong anti-malware solution. It meets the quality standards of endpoint security products and provides Zero-Day protection to endpoints from objectionable content and security threats, such as viruses, spyware, adware, key-loggers, rootkits, botnets, hackers, spam, and phishing. Mr Govind Rammurthy , MD and CEO , eScan said, “The recent rise in the complexity of cyber-attacks has made it critical to focus on endpoint security. Mainly focused on realistic test scenarios and real-world threats, eScan Internet Security Suite effectively safeguards endpoints/PCs by evading all evolving IT security threats , with minimal system impact as well as absolutely zero false warnings, false positive and false blockages. The test establishes our global standards of development and research towards a secure world for our valuable users.” The product can be experienced at: http://www.escanav.com/en/windows-antivirus/internet-security-suite.asp eScan Internet Security Suite with Cloud Security for Home and Small Office Edition is a specially designed security product that provides real-time protection for computers and laptops from growing cyber threats, such as Viruses, Spyware, Adware, Keyloggers , Rootkits , Botnets , Hackers, Spam and Phishing. eScan ISS protects a user’s personal information and ensures safe computing environment for the whole family when browsing the internet, shopping online, performing online transactions or social networking.

Forcepoint Uncovers Range of Security Threats for 2018: Predicts the Start of “The Privacy Wars”

Monday, November 20 2017

Forcepoint Uncovers Range of Security Threats for 2018: Predicts the Start of “The Privacy Wars”

Email Print Global cyber security leader Forcepoint launched its 2018 Security Predictions Report, with security experts providing guidance on the threats facing organizations in the months to come. Global cyber security leader Forcepoint launched its 2018 Security Predictions Report, with security experts providing guidance on the threats facing organizations in the months to come. Adding to the constantly shifting environment which security professionals face is a perfect storm of drivers influencing debate around privacy. This mega-trend will cause tectonic shifts in the privacy landscape and influence the ways in which organizations collect and manage data. Forcepoint believes that the security industry has been focusing on the wrong things . Traditional security perimeters are eroding or becoming obsolete, and so, rather than focus on building bigger walls, the industry needs better visibility. Understanding how, when and why people interact with critical data, no matter where it is located, is crucial. Critical data continues to move to the cloud, malware is constantly evolving, and despite growing investments in defensive technologies traditional security controls prove ineffective. “At the heart of our predictions is a requirement to understand the intersection of people with critical data and intellectual property ,” said Dr. Richard Ford , Chief Scientist at Forcepoint. “By placing cyber-behavior and intent at the center of security, the industry has a fighting chance of keeping up with the massive rate of change in the threat environment.” “We know that data leakage and ransomware will continue to be the focus for remediation and prevention, but behavior-centric risks are now behind a multitude of security incidents,” Ford continued. “People’s behavior should not be set in opposition to security: the two are not mutually exclusive. Users have the potential to unintentionally compromise their own systems in one minute and be the source of innovation in the next, but we can only empower users if we truly understand the ways they interact with critical business data.” Threats in 2018 This year Forcepoint has made eight predictions. A preview can be found below: Privacy Fights Back Users’ perception of privacy has changed in recent years, with a steady erosion of the line between “personal” and “public.” There are tensions between individual rights and security for all as legal, technological, societal and political drivers combine to kick off what Forcepoint is calling “The Privacy Wars,” pitting technologists against the ordinary person on the street, and splitting opinion in government, at work and at home. Prediction: 2018 will ignite a broad and polarizing privacy debate, not just within governments, but between ordinary people. Data Aggregators : a Goldmine Waiting to be Tapped The Equifax breach rocked the security industry, and the full impact of this breach has not yet played out. Forcepoint believes that this was the first of what will be many breaches on hosted business applications: those that contain information on a sales force, prospects and customers, or those which manage global marketing campaigns. Attackers seek the path of least resistance, and if they can find a weak link in a system which already contains the crown jewels of personal data, they will exploit it. Prediction: A data aggregator will be breached in 2018 using a known attack method. The Rise of Cryptocurrency Hacks As cryptocurrencies grow in importance, including as a method of extracting revenue from cybercrime, Forcepoint predicts that the systems surrounding such currencies will increasingly come under attack. We expect to see an increasing amount of malware targeting user credentials of cryptocurrency exchanges, and that cybercriminals will turn their attention to vulnerabilities in systems relying on blockchain-based technologies. Prediction: Attackers will target vulnerabilities in systems which implement blockchain technology. Disruption of Things: It’s Going to Happen The wide scale adoption of IoT devices in consumer and business environments, coupled with these devices often being both easy to access and unmonitored, has made them an attractive target for cybercriminals wishing to hold them ransom or obtain a long-term, persistent presence on the network . While ransomware of these connected things is possible, it remains unlikely in 2018. However, a new threat that will emerge in 2018 is the disruption of things. As the IoT offers access to both disruptive possibilities and massive amounts of critical data, we will see attacks in this area, and may also see the integration of a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack. Prediction: IoT is not held to ransom but instead becomes a target for mass disruption Learn More about All Predictions Download the Forcepoint 2018 Security Predictions Report to read more about these and four other predictions: o GDPR: Procrastination Now, Panic Later o Cloud Security: Cloud Admin is the New Domain Admin o Encrypted by Default: Implications for All o UEBA: The Next Giant Leap for the Industry