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EMC Partners with Indian University to Offer Technology Courses

EMC Corp. has signed a memorandum of understanding with Indian university Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya to build a corporate school in RGPV’s Bhopal campus, CIOL reported Tuesday. The school will offer courses to engineering graduates including information storage and management, cloud infrastructure and services, backup recovery systems and architecture and …

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IBM to Develop City’s IT Infrastructure; Alain Benichou Comments

IBM has signed a $5 million agreement to overhaul information infrastructure in the French city of Nice Cote d’Azur as the local government aims to achieve sustainability goals. The company will help develop open applications and other sources of information for citizens and businesses in the designated eco-friendly area, IBM …

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Neustar CTO Mark Bregman Joins FCC Technological Advisory Council

Mark Bregman, Neustar senior vice president and chief technology officer, has been appointed to the Federal Communications Commission‘s Technological Advisory Council. The council is responsible for helping the FCC identify technology innovations and developing policies that aim to support job creation and economic competitiveness in the country, Neustar said Thursday. “Neustar’s …

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Prith Banerjee Named Accenture Global Tech R&D Managing Director; Paul Daugherty Comments

Prith Banerjee, former chief technology officer at ABB Group, has joined Accenture Plc as managing director of global technology research and development within the firm’s technology group platform. Banerjee will lead Accenture’s technology labs organization as well as oversee the company’s research for enterprise information technology, Accenture said Wednesday. Paul Daugherty, …

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Northrop Concludes Four-Month Aircraft Design Program for Students

Northrop Grumman recently concluded a 16-week curriculum in aircraft design and development under its High School Involvement Partnership for senior students. This year’s mentoring program culminated in the participants’ “final exam” comprising flight demonstrations of remote-controlled airplanes of their own design and build at the company’s facilities in Redondo Beach, …

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Siemens Donates $440M Software, Training to Youngstown State University

Siemens has donated $440 million in product lifecycle management software and training to Ohio’s Youngstown State University, Vindy.com reports. Representatives from the university’s College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics accepted the gift during a Thursday ceremony in Youngstown. Siemens President and CEO Eric Spiegel, Siemens Industry Sector in North …

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GovCon Executive Keeps Leaders Ahead of Tech Conferences

The government contracting sector is a field where companies constantly look to innovate new technologies that accomplish goals such as informing warfighters, securing infrastructures and helping customers communicate. GovCon Executive, published by Executive Mosaic in a portfolio of GovCon news websites, previews some of the latest offerings from contractors by …

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