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Issue: 53

Nov 6, 2018

All About Devtac


The Impact of Millennials on Utilities

Nowadays, the rising demand for new technology is considered a threat to the traditional business models of utilities, and most of it comes from a generation that is slowly making its way to the economic system of consumers, the millennials. Millennials (Generation Y), are considered to be the ... more


Changing the Gears of Business with Automation

Businesses are frequently looking to improve the efficiency of their daily business processes. They look for improvements in delivery speed, quality, and service while focusing on economic outcomes. In these developing times, technology is evolving quickly, and as part of the society, the busin ... more


Marketing tools to help optimize your emails, booths, billboards, and beyond

These days, successful marketing comes in a million different forms, whether it’s a killer email campaign, an eye-catching billboard, a decked out trade show booth, or in Zoho’s case, a big yellow Zoho One Airstream. Yep, this summer we launched the #ZohoGo tour, where we wrapped a vintage 1950s wha ... more


Holiday Readiness Series: 3 Ways to Maximize Mobile Performance

Here's how important the month of November is to the holiday season — by Cyber Monday, one-third of all holiday shopping will be complete. That's a huge chunk of a multibillion dollar pie. In addition, more than 60% of traffic during the month of November will come from mobile, which means retailers ... more


Your Path to Digital Transformation in 3 Easy Steps

A successful digital transformation that enables new business models through technology requires company-wide changes in processes, organizational structures, and behaviors. In my experience, a phased approach that offers an operating model and can evolve at each phase is the best way to transform a ... more


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SugarCRM Google Calendar Integration

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Lenovo Z5 Pro launched with four cameras, sliding camera and Snapdragon 710 chipset

This is the first Lenovo phone to have launched with a slider, Snapdragon 710 chipset, IR face unlock and 4 cameras.  Highlights; Launched at a starting price of 1,998 Yuan (roughly Rs 21,000). The phone comes with 4 cameras in total, two on the front and two on back. This is the first Lenovo ... more


Interest Growing In Drones For Entertainment Shows

Have you already watched a drone show? If not, chances are you will in the near future, thanks to the efforts of leading companies like Intel and Disney. The interest towards the use of drone technologies in the entertainment industry is growing. As PricewaterhouseCoopers highlights in a r ... more


World’s first foldable smartphone introduced by Royole

Royole beat Samsung and Huawei to the punch by releasing the first-ever commercially available smartphone-tablet hybrid on Nov. 1. California-based start-up Royole may not be so little-known for much longer. The world has been on the edge of its seat waiting for Samsung or Huawei to unveil the ... more


Apple’s new MacBook Air faces strong Windows and iPad competition

It’s not the same as 2008, Steve Jobs changed the world of laptops 10 years ago when he introduced the MacBook Air by removing it from a tiny paper office envelope. It was a moment that shocked the audience at Apple’s Macworld 2008 keynote, and sent shockwaves through the entire PC market. Apple creat ... more


India among top 12 nations most affected by web-borne threats: Kaspersky Lab report

The share of malicious incidents caused by malware hosted in India was 0.68%-- that is 6,450,023 incidents in the period July-September 2018. Globally, India ranks 12th when it comes to the dangers associated with surfing the web, according to a new report from Russia-based global cybersecurity ... more

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India iPhone sales to fall for first time in four years: researcher

Apple's iPhone sales are set to dip by around a quarter in India's holiday season fourth quarter, putting them on course for the first full-year fall in four years, industry research firm Counterpoint said on Saturday. The Cupertino, California company's struggle to break through with India's 1.3 b .... more

Trade war’s bark turns to bite in Asia

The US-China tariff slugfest has for months triggered warnings that it could impact global economic growth, and recent data indicates the trade tension is indeed beginning to bite. Manufacturing gauges in several export-reliant Asian countries, as well as China, weakened in October as gloom deepens o ... more

Singapore and Malaysia among top 3 Asian countries with highest English proficiency

Singaporeans and Malaysians are among the most proficient English speakers in the region, a global study has found. On its eight edition, this year’s EF English Proficiency Index (EPI) took into account 1.3 million adults who are non-native English speakers, across 88 countries and regions. Singapore ... more

Alorica opens 2 new sites in PHL, 1 in Japan

BUSINESS-process outsourcing Alorica Inc. has expanded its footprint in the country, bringing the total number of facilities to 19.  The two new sites in the Philippines will open employment opportunities in the BPO industry for 3,800 local talents. Alorica By the Bay will hire 2,800 emplo ... more

Iran sanctions: how will they affect the global economy?

The US will reinstate all sanctions on Iran that were removed under Barack Obama’s presidency as part of a 2015 nuclear deal. President Donald Trump’s administration on Friday named eight countries that will not be penalised if they continue to import Iranian oil, including South Korea, Japan and Ind ... more



Myanmar by-election results "a lesson" for Aung San Suu Kyi's party

YANGON: Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) expects to have won only seven of 13 seats up for grabs in by-elections, a spokesman said on Sunday (Nov 4), conceding that Myanmar's ruling party needed to do more for voters from ethnic minorities. The polls, held on Saturday, wil ... more

Sri Lanka president prolongs political standoff

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena announced on Sunday (Nov 4) that parliament would reconvene a week later than expected, prolonging a bitter power struggle that has crippled the country. Sirisena had on Friday promised that he would recall parliament on Wednesday to decide betw ... more

Iranians chant 'death to US' at protest on eve of fresh Trump sanctions

On Monday, new trade measures target Iran's oil sales and banking sector after America withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal. Thousands of Iranian students have been chanting "death to America" at government organized rallies on the eve of new sanctions. The events, timed to coincide with the ... more

Death toll rises to 29 in Italy's historic storms, flooding

A flooded house where nine people in the same family died after a small river burst its banks in Casteldaccia near Palermo on the southern Italian island of Sicily. (CNN) With the deaths of 12 people in Sicily, the death toll in Italy's historic flooding has grown to 29, the country's interior m ... more

Sister Patricia Fox slams PH ‘reign of tyranny’

MELBOURNE — An Australian nun who lost a long legal battle with Manila to stop her deportation attacked President Rodrigo Duterte’s “reign of tyranny” as she returned home on Sunday. Sister Patricia Fox, 71, who spent almost three decades working with Philippine laborers, farmers and urban poor, wa ... more


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