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Showing posts with label unified communications. Show all posts
Showing posts with label unified communications. Show all posts

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Happiest Minds’ ThreatVigil Wins GOLD at the Infosecurity Product Guide’s Global Excellence Award 2016

Happiest Minds Technologies, a next generation digital transformation, infrastructure, security and product engineering services company, today, announced that ThreatVigil, its cloud-based threat management solution, won top honours in the Infosecurity Product Guide’s Global Excellence Awards. The solution was recognized in the ‘GOLD’ category for Vulnerability Assessment, Remediation and Management.

ThreatVigil is an on-Demand cloud-based threat management solution that comprises of vulnerability assessments and penetration testing of all the system components that include business applications, databases, secure network perimeters, systems and network infrastructure, mobility solutions and virtualized cloud environments. Developed with a combination of industry proven automated tools and in-depth manual assessment techniques, it is highly scalable and offers faster and simpler deployment options with no dependencies.

"We are honoured to be recognized as an industry leader yet again by the Info Security Products Guide Global Excellence Awards. We are seeing increasing global demand for our cloud-based security solutions and these recognitions from industry forums reinforce the impact we are making with our IP based solution accelerators. This award reinforces our commitment to provide an innovative and pragmatic approach for enterprises to help them protect themselves against the dynamic and emerging threat landscape,” said Prasenjit Saha, President, Infrastructure Management Services and Security Business, Happiest Minds Technologies.

The security industry celebrated its 12th Annual Global Excellence Awards in San Francisco by honouring excellence in every facet of the industry including products, industry leaders and best companies. There was participation from many well-recognized companies under 45 categories, and more than 50 judges from a broad spectrum of industry voices around the world analyzed these nominations. An average of their score determined the finalists and winners that were announced during the awards dinner and presentation attended by the finalists, judges and industry peers.

About Happiest Minds Technologies:

Happiest Minds enables Digital Transformation for enterprises and technology providers by delivering seamless customer experience, business efficiency and actionable insights through an integrated set of disruptive technologies: big data analytics, internet of things, mobility, cloud, security, unified communications, etc. Happiest Minds offers domain centric solutions applying skills, IPs and functional expertise in IT Services, Product Engineering, Infrastructure Management and Security. These services have applicability across industry sectors such as retail, consumer packaged goods, e-commerce, banking, insurance, hi-tech, engineering R&D, manufacturing, automotive and travel/transportation/hospitality.

Headquartered in Bangalore, India, Happiest Minds has operations in the US, UK, Singapore, Australia and has secured US $52.5 million Series-A funding. Its investors are JPMorgan Private Equity Group, Intel Capital and Ashok Soota.

About Info Security Products Guide:

Info Security Products Guide plays a vital role in keeping end-users informed of the choices they can make when it comes to protecting their digital resources. It is written expressly for those who are adamant on staying informed of security threats and the preventive measure they can take. You will discover a wealth of information in this guide including tomorrow's technology today, best deployment scenarios, people and technologies shaping info security and market research reports that facilitate in making the most pertinent security decisions. The Info Security Products Guide Global Excellence Awards recognize and honour excellence in all areas of information security. To learn more, visit www.infosecurityproductsguide.com and stay secured.

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Thursday, 5 November 2015

Web Summit 2015: The Tech World Musings From Dublin

Grown from the 400 attendees five years back to the current 22000 tech enthusiasts, the Web Summit 2015 continues to deliver innovative ideas and fascinating thoughts to the tech world gathered at the bustling RDS venue, Dublin.

Cars and technology took the center stage on day 2. Augmented reality, Virtual Reality, Drones, and Wearables were also some of the key highlight topics that seized the audience attention on day 2. Check out some of the most interesting tech talks from day 2 at Dublin. Ford chief executive Bill Ford, pointed out the promising intersection between cars – an industry that has been “revolution- resistant for a hundred years” - and technology. He added that Ford is redefining itself as a “mobility company” with an interest in autonomous driving, net-connected cars along with data collection and analytics. Sean Rad of Tinder, the CEO of location- based dating app highlighted about the data that drives it and the future of the platform. On a lighter note, he added that the Irish user base was extremely active on the app.

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The most exciting part of day 2 was the live demonstration of a drone that flew into the center stage by Randy Braun of DJI- a World Leader in Camera Drones/Quadcopters. The tech enthusiasts including me curiously heard that DJI along with Humanitarian UAV Network uses their drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles UAV’s for a wide range of humanitarian and development settings. Google showcased its famous virtual reality platform ‘Google Cardboard’, basically a cardboard case for smartphones that works in conjunction with compatible apps for projecting 3D images or videos. The wonders of the virtual reality did not ended with Google’s Cardboard. Columbian company Protesis Avanzadas showcased a 3D robotic prosthetic hand, an affordable multifunctional prosthetic hand that can replicate many of the grip patterns of the human hand, in the summit center stage. The Head of Adtech at Facebook, Dave Jakubowski took to the Marketing Summit- the state of the industry, FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) in the digital age.

All the tech talks surrounding Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Machine Learning reminds us that we are swiftly moving into an age of transformation, where the bridge between the digital and the real world slowly blurs out. All these technology advancements also hold the great potential to redefine the existing business models. As a part of a digital transformation company Happiest Minds, which is strongly focused on the new age disrupting technologies including IoT, Big Data, M2M Learning, Cloud and Mobility, I strongly feel that very interesting days are coming ahead in terms of technology as well as the customer experience.

Anticipating more exciting and insightful talks and demos from the Web Summit 2015 stage, on the closing day, 5th of November. Stay tuned.