Rajya Sabha passes Indian Institute of Information Technology Laws (Amendment) Bill 2020

New Delhi [India], September 22 (ANI): Rajya Sabha on Tuesday passed a Bill to declare five newly established Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) as institutions of national importance.
The Bill–Indian Institutes of Information Technology Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2020– seeks to declare five IIITs in Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode at Surat, Bhopal, Bhagalpur, Agartala and Raichur as institutions of national importance along with existing 15 IIITs.
The said Bill has already been passed by Lok Sabha in the previous session on March 20, 2020. The Bill was introduced in the Upper House by Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and was passed on Tuesday.
“The Bill will declare 5 IIITs in Public-Private Partnership mode at Surat, Bhopal, Bhagalpur, Agartala & Raichur as Institutions of National Importance by granting them statutory status along with the already existing 15 IIITs under the IIIT(PPP) Act, 2017,” Pokhriyal said in a tweet.
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Spin Hall effect in Weyl semimetal for energy-efficient information technology

Spin Hall effect in Weyl semimetal for Energy-efficient Information Technology
Fig 1. A schematic presentation of spin Hall effect in Weyl semimetal 1T’ WTe2, showing the separation of spin-polarized electrons (up and down spin) on the surfaces of a sample by just passing a charge current. Credit: Bing Zhao

The discovery of topological Weyl semimetals in 2017 has revealed opportunities to realize several extraordinary physical phenomena in condensed matter physics. Now, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have demonstrated the direct electrical detection of a large spin Hall effect in this topological quantum material. Weyl semimetal takes advantage of its strong spin-orbit coupling and novel topological spin-polarized electronic states in its band structure. These experimental findings can pave the way for the utilization of spin-orbit induced phenomena in developing next-generation of faster and energy-efficient information technology and have been published in the scientific journal Physical Review Research.


As our society is becoming more integrated with artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet-of-Things

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Global Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market 2020: key Vendors, Trends, Analysis, Segmentation, Forecast to 2025

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Sep 22, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
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Toshiba Information Systems (Japan) Integrates Verimatrix’s Whitebox Cryptographic Key Technology Into Customer’s Main Control Function to Safeguard Consumer Printers

AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France & SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News:

Verimatrix, (Paris:VMX) (Euronext Paris: VMX), the leader in powering the modern connected world with people-centered security, today announced that its value-added reseller, Japan-based Toshiba Information Systems (Japan) Corporation, has implemented Verimatrix Whitebox cryptographic key protection technology inside consumer printers produced by one of the country’s premier manufacturers. Whitebox is part of the Verimatrix Application Shielding family of solutions.

“Exposed cryptographic keys are a significant vulnerability in IoT code for connected devices,” said Asaf Ashkenazi, Chief Operating Officer at Verimatrix. “Our Whitebox tool allows Toshiba Information Systems (Japan) to dissolve keys into the code itself and obscures algorithms to keep its customer’s critical intellectual property, applications, devices and data safe. The deployment of our Whitebox technology into the devices of a leading electronics manufacturer illustrates our ability to easily empower partners to deploy advanced security architectures. That’s a capability unmatched in our

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This woman entrepreneur is ensuring seamless use of information technology and cloud during COVID-19

The technology industry is entering a phenomenal phase of global growth, which will be driven by the East for the next 40 to 50 years, primarily India and China. India is the only open market with over a billion potential customers, 40 percent of which are expected to be uplifted out of poverty over the next 10 to 15 years, who will be first time users.

It’s been rightly said that “the future of the internet is Asia”. With over 60 percent of global population on this side of the planet, we are living in an era of data, and it’s expected that 5G will connect everything, which was till today not switched online. In the next five years, every hardware in the open world will be connected digitally and speaking to each other with IoT.

It is with this vision that Ashudeep Chadha runs OnDemand Agility, a niche

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Why Oklahoma Information and Technology School is the School for Your Students | Sponsored Features



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For the past 43 years, technology and computers have changed the way we do business and communicate with the world around us. According to a 2018 study conducted by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, technology jobs are projected to grow 12 percent in 10 years while looking to add about 557,100 new jobs, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. When you combine that projection with how long your children have been using technology, it equates to choosing an education where students have the ability to study these two booming subjects that will lead them to many of those technology job opportunities in the future.

That future starts with Oklahoma Information and Technology School, where they give their students the option of studying

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Global Information Technology Outsourcing (IPO) Market 2020 Introduction, Definition, Specifications, Classification and Industry Scope by 2025

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Aug 30, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
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Free battery transport information now available through cross-industry platform | Landscape

LEVA-EU has joined the cross-industry platform BatteriesTransport.org to provide light, electric vehicle (LEV) companies with better information on the rules governing the transport of li-ion batteries.

The association, alongside Recharge, EPBA, Eurobat, PRBA, EBRA, ACEA and MDBTC, has made free content available on the requirements as set out by the United Nations, the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) and other transport regulations.

The professional transport of battery-related articles, via air, sea or road, is subject to international, national and regional regulatory frameworks, which include comprehensive administrative and operational measures to ensure the safe transport at all times, LEVA-EU said. The requirements apply to lead-, lithium-, nickel- and sodium-based batteries likewise.

“Transporting an electro-chemical article, as a prototype, final product or waste, means that specific safety measures must be applied. Failing to comply with the obligations is not just a violation of these regulations

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Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market 2020

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Yet Another Article about Information Technology and the Character of War

The Maginot Line was arguably the most sophisticated system of fortifications in history. Kilometers thick at points, it had observation posts, anti-tank ditches, fortresses with retractable turrets, flood zones, and thousands of bunkers. Contrary to the way it is often described in history books, it wasn’t irrelevant. It blocked an invasion route through northern France, including and especially Alsace-Lorraine, which France had fought for at great cost. It simply wasn’t as relevant, or relevant in the way its designers intended, after the character of war changed.

War has an unchanging nature. War is violent, interactive, and fundamentally political. War’s character, by contrast, changes, and reflects how technology, law, ethics, and many other factors influence combatants’ use of violence to create political outcomes. The character of war is a semi-regular topic of discussion among military theorists, and one that has an unfortunate tendency to descend into esoteric arguments that are fascinating

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