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National Institute Of Construction Management And

Research
2016-17

Presentation
on
TECH- NEWS
Prepared By:
Rahul Valecha & Syed
Imran
Roll No. AI16006 &

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Parliament was informed today. there were 34.54.  In the list of 138 internet service providers shared by the minister.65 million in March with Bharti Airtel leading the chart. telecom major Bharti Airtel topped the chart with 90.53 million internet subscribers.Internet users in India reached 342.26.  As per data shared by Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha in the Lok Sabha today.65 million in March  Total internet subscribers in India reached 342.750 internet subscribers as on March 31. 2016. Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha .

21 million subscribers. Idea Cellular 44. Reliance Communications 39 million.55 million subscribers. MTNL and Videocon had internet subscriber base close to 2 million while rest of the companies have less than 1 million users.44 million. . Aircel 22.03 million.  As per data. Tata 21 million and Telenor 13 million. It was followed by Vodafone with 67. Reliance Jio listed in the chart had only 1 subscriber by Marchend. BSNL 34 million.  Sistema Shyam (MTS).  Maximum number of internet subscribers in urban area are from Maharashtra with 19.72 million and UP East topped the chart with in rural internet segment with 11.

India has announced a 'Back to College' campaign for students planning to buy new notebooks for their educational needs. .HP announces ‘Back to College’ campaign for students  Coinciding with the new academic year. thus digitally empowering them for the future. HP Pavilion series. HP Inc.  HP's 'Back to College' campaign promises benefits of up to Rs 11. HP All-in-Ones and HP Desktop. including the all new HP Pavilion x360 series.998-for the students who purchase select HP products.

. The new HP Pavilion Premium notebook series has been designed to fit with the unique and hectic regimes covering their entire studentlifecycle. Category Head." said Anurag Arora." added Anurag. HP India. "The launch of our new HP portfolio comes at a time that is in-sync with the upcoming college year. notebooks and desktops with sleek designs and more power ideal for students and families. The new portfolio lets students reflect their sense of style and delivers the power they need to be productive and entertained. Consumer Personal Systems.  "The new Pavilion PC portfolio comes with a new design language featuring new convertibles. at a price that delivers value.

.Microsoft says it will take longer to reach Windows 10 goal  Microsoft is backing off its ambitious goal of getting Windows 10 on 1 billion devices by 2018. game consoles and mobile devices like tablets and phones.  The company is blaming its own decision to scale back its smartphone business over the last year. Microsoft said that's slowing efforts to deploy the newest version of its flagship software on PCs.

44 in afternoon trading Friday. Microsoft acknowledged “it will take longer” to get Windows 10 on a billion devices. Microsoft says Windows 10 is now running on more than 350 million PCs and other devices. But Microsoft has sold relatively few smartphones and has cut back its phone operation. but didn't set a new timetable. Its shares fell 30 cents to $53.  In a statement Friday. . Analysts say that's an impressive rate of adoption for software released last year.

India and Singapore taking the lead.Asian countries lead in usage of smartphone apps  Messaging apps are the most used than any other smartphone apps across most Asian countries.  The study noted that over 80% of users in each of these countries use it at least once a week. according to a latest study by market tracker and researcher GfK. . with Indonesia.

 "At the rate at which messaging apps are reportedly being used in this region.  Shopping apps are used most often in India (54%) and China (48%) with around half of the online population using a shopping app more than once a week. where less than two in five (39%) use messaging apps on a weekly basis.  Nearly two-thirds of connected consumers in India (64%) and over half (54%) of those in Indonesia said they have some level of engagement with at least one brand on social media in the past week." said Karthik Venkatakrishnan. it is not surprising that a high proportion of connected consumers actually text more than they talk on their smartphone. . APAC director for digital marketing intelligence at GfK. This is in stark contrast to Japan.

." Minister of State for Communications.Satellite bandwidth capacity in Lakshadweep to increase by December  The existing satellite bandwidth capacity linking mainland and Lakshadweep Islands is all set to be enhanced at a capital investment of Rs 46.5 crore.5 crore by December 2016.  "The Department proposes to enhance the existing satellite bandwidth capacity linking mainland to Lakshadweep islands from 102 Mbps to 318 Mbps. The work has been awarded to Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL). Lok Sabha was informed today. Manoj Sinha said in a written reply. which will require capital investment of Rs 46.

Department of Telecom is studying the feasibility of laying submarine Optical Fibre Cable between Kochi and Lakshadweep Islands." he said. BSNL has prepared the Detailed Project Report and cost estimates. . Further. in a bid to improve connectivity.  Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd (TCIL) will carry out the study in this regard.  "Work of setting up 10 mobile towers in Lakshadweep Islands has also been given to BSNL.

the number of attacks against the corporate sector 2015-2016. Thus. particularly small and medium-sized companies. Cyber-criminals using ransomware have begun to attack businesses more frequently.000). compared with 2014-2015 has grown six fold (from 27.000 to 158. ransomware tried to encrypt the data of every tenth B2B user.Cyber attacks on corporate sector up six folds in 2015-16 According to a Kaspersky Lab report based on Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) data. .

.  For small companies. or bring their entire operations to a halt. If a company has not been taking due measures to ensure the safety of its important information.however brief . However. any data unavailability .can lead to significant losses.  The best way to protect your company from malware is to prevent the attack in the first place. during which 42% of respondents from small and mediumsized businesses agreed that cryptomalware was one of the most serious threats they faced last year. This trend is confirmed by the IT Security Risks 2016 study from Kaspersky Lab and B2B International. this does not guarantee complete data recovery. purchasing the decryption key from cyber-criminals can be the only way to recover data.

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