Microsoft revealed the results of a study of the banking sector in India. Conducted by Ascentius Consulting, the study revealed that some 34,115 Indian PSU bank branches are at risk, thanks to their reliance on Windows XP. Windows XP will no longer ... ChannelWorld India, 3 weeks ago
Banks in India could be at major risk with only 100 workings days left for Windows XP End of Support - Web Newswire, 2 weeks ago
Over 34K PSU bank branches set to lose Windows XP support: Study - Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago
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The market for email and collaboration software in India is expected to grow 12.6 per cent every year to touch $111 million by 2015 from $62.8 million in 2012, a study by research firm Ascentius Consulting has said. Alok Shende, Director, said growth is being ...Business Line, 2 months ago The email and collaboration software market to reach $111 million by 2015: Ascentius Consulting Tele.net.in, 2 months ago Email, collaboration software market to touch $111 million in 2 years Hindu Business Line, 2 months ago
A study conducted on behalf of Microsoft by a consultancy firm Ascentius Consulting revealed that up to 34,115 Indian public sector bank branches will be at risk when support ends for Windows XP on April 8, 2014 The study shows that the penetration ...Technology Banker, 2 weeks ago Microsoft fears XP could cause Indian BANKOCALYPSE The Register, 3 weeks ago
The Street seems to have sensed Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) will post a stellar performance in the second quarter if the rise in its share price on Monday is anything to go by. The IT bellwether's share price soared to an all-time high of Rs ...Communications Today, 1 month ago
Software giant Microsoft has rolled up its sleeve to push as many as public banks and government departments to migrate from the usage of Windows XP to its latest versions like Windows 7 and 8 within the next 100 days. Since Windows XP support ...CXOtoday, 2 weeks ago Windows XP: Microsoft Sends Out a Gentle Reminder Channel Times, 2 weeks ago Microsoft to undertake surveys in India as Windows XP deadline nears Tech2.com India, 3 weeks ago Microsoft to stop support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014 Daily Bhaskar, 3 weeks ago
Net non-performing assets or bad loans of 40 listed banks jumped by 38% or around Rs 35,424 crore in the first six months of current financial year ended September 30, 2013 Top Stories No fundamental reason for rupee volatility: Raghuram Rajan RBI ...India Infoline, 3 weeks ago
Over 34,000 Indian PSU bank branches are vulnerable with 40-70% PC base still on Windows XP Microsoft revealed the results of a startling study of the banking sector in India today. Conducted by Ascentius Consulting, the study revealed that some ...India Infoline, 3 weeks ago Penetration of Windows XP is still high at 40-70 pc in banking sector Cyber India Online, 3 weeks ago Over 34,000 Indian PSU bank branches are vulnerable with 40-70 percent PC base still on Windows XP Information Week India, 3 weeks ago
Quite what's going on here will depend a little bit on your view of Microsoft the company. But theyve issued a warning that a goodly part of the Indian banking system will fall over in just over three month's time. The reason being that a ...Forbes.com, 3 weeks ago
Microsoft on Tuesday said that there are just 100 working days to go before it stops supporting Windows XP, its 12-year-old operating system. Around 30 per cent of computers used by businesses still run Windows XP and after April 8, 2014, no ...Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Although only 100 business days are left for the American software giant Microsoft Corporation to end support to Windows XP operating system, Indian public sector banks and government agencies are yet to migrate to new operating systems. This means ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
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