Sunday, February 23, 2014

MetricStream to Unveil Next Generation Threat and Vulnerability Management Solution at the RSA Conference 2014

// Metricstream recruited 8 of our students in a campus Drive //

MetricStream, a market leader in enterprise-wide Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) solutions, will participate at the RSA Conference fromFebruary 24-28, 2014 in San Francisco, California. The conference will convene globally acclaimed industry leaders and business executives from the information security and risk space to discuss the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities facing organizations today. At the conference, MetricStream will showcase its best-in-class IT GRC solution, and will unveil its enhanced Threat & Vulnerability Management Solution (TVM).


Surviving and thriving in today's business environment requires seamless integration between information technology solutions and business processes. In the face of emerging threats and vulnerabilities, organizations must continuously monitor, identify, and evaluate existing and emerging threats, vulnerabilities, and exploits that may impact their business. Aggregating information from multiple sources, and converting that information into actionable insights that can guide and support business decision-making is critical. For complete post see here

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Alcatel-Lucent Foundation Selects GIFTS Online to Manage Global Grant Programs

MicroEdge, LLC, the leading provider of solutions to the giving community worldwide, today announced that Alcatel-Lucent Foundation has chosen GIFTS Online to manage its global giving programs.
GIFTS Online is MicroEdge's fully hosted, online grants management system that helps foundations of all types and sizes to maximize the impact and efficiency of their grantmaking with powerful tools for reporting, tracking, collaborating and analyzing the effectiveness of their giving. Its intuitive dashboards allow foundations to maintain insight into their grantmaking at all times. And it is fully hosted by MicroEdge, which eliminates IT costs, ensures data security and lets clients enjoy the freedom and flexibility of working in the system anytime, from anywhere.
The Alcatel-Lucent Foundation runs over 50 grassroots programs in over 20 countries around the world, designed to provide young people--and particularly young women--with educational and life skills to help prepare them to be active and productive participants in an increasingly connected, digital world. Although the foundation's geographical reach is extensive, it operates with a staff of only five full-time employees. Those five staff members live and work in locations across the world, from the US to Belgium to India, so they need a system that can keep everyone connected to the grant process, as well as to one another. For complete posting see here

Monday, February 3, 2014

Persistent Technologies: How IITian Anand Deshpande built a multicrore business in cloud computing & analytics

// Persistent is one of our regular campus recruiter and this year they selected 6 of our sudents //


didn't think entrepreneurship was for me, what with my father spending 32 years of his life in the corporate world. So, after completing my bachelor's degree in computer sciences and engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, in 1984, I went to the US to complete my post graduation and doctorate in computer sciences from the Indiana University, Bloomington.


                                               Mr. Anand Deshpande 

Shortly after I bagged my degree, I started working at the Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in Palo Alto, California During my year-long stint before my study visa expired, I made some friends in the IT industry and realised the potential of starting a company specialising in outsourced software product development (OPD) services back home.

So, in September 1990, I returned to India and set about breathing life into my business idea. For seed capital, I used the Rs 2 lakh received as tax refund; this amount was being deducted from my salary while I was working for HP. I also took a loan of Rs 1.6 lak .. 

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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Placements dip as IT firms shrink offers


When Etihad Airways picked up five students from TA Pai Institute of Management for Rs 49.05 lakh salary per annum, it was just a flash in the pan. The campus placement trend for 2014 is a different story altogether.

Two years ago, Infosys had recruited 306 students from Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering but this year, the number dropped to 166. HCL, which recruited over 300 students last year, might skip its campus visit this time. There was one mass recruiter, though: iGate picked up 61 students.

This slowdown sentiment is reflected in other city colleges too. "The number of tier-I and tier-II companies which offer the highest packages are the same. But the breadand-butter companies -- mass recruiters important to a campus recruitment drive — have started reducing their intake. This time last year, around 80% placements were complete but it's still around 75%," said K Shreedhar, placement officer at PESIT. For original  post see here 

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