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The future of hybrid learning post Covid-19

Written by: Ms. Kiran Dham, CEO, Globus Infocom Ltd. The pandemic’s outburst last year pushed businesses to adopt the digital route to ensure the continuance...

Mobile adoption accelerates as SumTotal enhances accessible and contextualised learning

SumTotal Systems, a Skillsoft company and learning-centric talent development platform, has announced increased mobile app functionality, several new content connectors and additional features that...

BYITC, set to roll out their 100% digital, run from home, franchise model in...

British Youth International College, an online educational platform that is dedicated to teaching children (4-15 years) skills in areas such as Abacus, English, and...

Brainly Survey: 72% students feel tech-based subjects should be included in school curriculum

As India recently celebrated its National Technology Day on May 11, 2021, Brainly, polled over 1,500 Indian students. The platform asked them about their...

Stemrobo Technologies launches online coding, AI and experiential learning platform for K-12 students

STEMROBO Technologies, a Noida based Edtech company, has launched its global online learning platform called Tinker Learning which aims to provide relevant and interesting...
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Illumio and Netskope Announce Zero Trust Partnership to Strengthen Enterprise Resilience Against Cyberattacks

Illumio, Inc., the Zero Trust Segmentation company, and Netskope, a leader in Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), today announced a Zero Trust partnership that...

India’s Data Centre boom to drive 10 million sq. ft. real estate demand, USD...

The exponential growth in computing power and the resulting new applications are expected to drive strong demand for DC industry over the medium term. Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), who essentially offer IT infrastructure systems primarily for data storage and computing power accessible through the Internet, have realigned their requirements to factor in AI-led demand

Computacenter Inaugurates New Office in Bengaluru, Kormangala.

The new office, located at Bren Artimus, is a 3,300+ seat facility that is stylish, energy-efficient, and state-of-the-art. This new facility expands our presence in India and creates an inspiring environment for our team to support and innovate for our customers.
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