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Top Tech News; 20 October 2016

By Mainak Biswas October 20, 2016 - 746 views
  1. EU Court Allows Storing IP Addresses of Visitors to Prevent Cyber Attacks

If you own a website and were wondering why it should be a legal issue to store IP addresses even if that helped you to prevent cyber attacks, the European Union’s top court seems to understand your skepticism. Website owners can now store users’ IP addresses in order to prevent “denial of service” and other forms of attacks. This comes as a big relief to web admins in the EU. #security

  1. SAP’s HCM Service Comes to Azure

If you are using Microsoft’s Azure platform, you will soon be able to use SAP’s “SuccessFactors” cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) service as well. This move is expected to help companies to manage their employees better. Azure is one of the most popular open developer platforms out there, and this new partnership will enhance its adoption. #cloud

  1. TRAI Seeks Stakeholders’ Opinion on M2M Communication

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India wants to know what stakeholders think of machine-to-machine connectivity. Networked devices are increasingly becoming popular and M2M communication is expected to champion the cause of Smart Cities in India. It is no wonder TRAI wants to know what stakeholders think of M2M communication. #telecom

  1. Book Ola or Uber Directly from Google Search

Booking a cab late in the night just got easier. You know longer have to wait for Ola or Uber apps to fire up. You can look for these cabs right from Google Search on your smartphone. Google announced this new facility in a blog post. #app

  1. Apple’s Updated Macbooks Are Coming

Those of you looking for a new laptop might want to wait for a week. Apple just announced an event on October 27th, and it is almost an open secret that new MacBook Pro models will be announced. Extensive feature updates and overall design upgradations are expected. #corporate

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