Out of excitement, we sometimes overcommit, and this is a major reason why we are not productive, says Kritika Harjai of CareerBuilder. "I want more from you!…" "Just this? This is not enough, you could do more!” And blah blah…." These are some of my manager's favourite words. Sometimes she says this in an encouraging tone and sometimes in a more powerful way. Being totally exhausted with this, I made a resolution for this New Year that I will make sure that my manager never ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Teams of students and coders demonstrated in 24 hours diverse programmes impacting health and livelihood issues with use of a personal identity number. Image: Sachin Vasista. India’s first ever Aadhaar-based ‘hackathon’, held in the city over the weekend, concluded with the development of 36 new applications that can make use of an individual's unique identification number to smoothly provide several social and economic services. A team of three ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
In the backdrop of massive smartphone penetration in India, a US-based security solutions firm has warned users against attaching to free and unknown wi-fi connections. "Free and unknown wi-fi connections can compromise your machine or mobile devices," Peter Sparkes, Senior Director of Symantec's Cyber Security Services (Asia Pacific and Japan) said in Sydney recently while listing top do's and dont's of averting a cyber attack. "It is safer to use corporate wi-fi connections but any unknown ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The volume of cyber attacks are expected to decline in 2015, but will become more sophisticated with such intrusions targeting specific sectors like healthcare, says the cyber security solutions firm Websense. According to Websense's cybersecurity predictions for 2015, as mobile apps are using auto-login capability these devices will face more attacks from cyber criminals for more credential-stealing or authentication attacks that can be used at a later date. "The nature of cyber attacks is ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Image: A customer holds an iPhone 6 on display at the Fifth Avenue Apple store.Photograph: Adrees Latif/Reuters The US government warned iPhone and iPad users on Thursday to be on the alert for hackers who may exploit a vulnerability in Apple Inc's iOS operating system that would enable them to steal sensitive data. There was the potential for hacks using a newly identified technique known as the "Masque Attack," the government said in an online bulletin from the National Cybersecurity and ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Apple iOS bug makes iPhones, iPads vulnerable to attacks Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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