Marketing Technology NewsNewsSAPSoftServeTodd Lenox Previous ArticleQualtrics Ranked Top 10 Most Innovative Company in 2019 GRIT ReportNext ArticleOpenAP Partners with dataxu to Power Digital Audience Creation in Next Phase of its Marketplace Rollout SoftServe Joins SAP PartnerEdge Open Ecosystem PRNewswireJuly 12, 2019, 2:50 pmJuly 12, 2019 Partner specialization enables SoftServe to deliver innovation as an SAP service providerSoftServe, a leading digital authority and consulting company, is now a Partner in the SAP PartnerEdge Open Ecosystem. Through this partner specialization, SoftServe will provide strategic business consulting to customers through the design, development, implementation, and integration of SAP solutions.Marketing Technology News: Cloud Computing Magazine Names Vonage a 2019 Product of the Year Award Winner“This partnership is an exciting chapter for SoftServe, as it enables us to bring our world-class innovation and unparalleled cloud expertise to new and existing SAP customers,” said Todd Lenox, VP, global alliances and partnerships at SoftServe. “In joining SAP’s PartnerEdge Open Ecosystem, we can provide our clients with specialized solutions that address an evolving set of business needs—now with an augmented offering of SAP solutions—to ensure they are well equipped for the digital economy.”Marketing Technology News: The Shift to Cloud Computing: A New Era for Rights Management in Media and Entertainment BusinessesThe SAP PartnerEdge Open Ecosystem gives members an opportunity to provide consulting and implementation services using SAP’s award-winning program and benefits. It provides access to an arsenal of tools and resources that help market solutions and services, build pipelines, and gain competitive advantage. In addition, proven implementation methodologies and tactics that provide content and guidance for project teams are made readily available.SoftServe continues to work closely with SAP to drive further advancement within the SAP partner ecosystem.Marketing Technology News: NewVoiceMedia Wins 2018 Cloud Computing Product of the Year Award
BSPBSP chiefLok Sabha elections 2019Mayawati First Published: April 21, 2019, 2:52 PM IST | Edited by: Sana Fazili Lucknow: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief and former chief minister of the state Mayawati accused Prime Minister of cheating the people of Uttar Pradesh by making false promises. She said that the people of UP who helped PM Modi win are ready to remove him.”Narendra Modi is moving about saying that the 22 crore people of UP made him the prime minister but the people are asking him as to why he betrayed them,” Mayawati said in a release issued by the party here. She said the BJP, and Narendra Modi in particular, should realise the common people of UP can also remove him from the post and preparation for the same has begun.The BSP chief alleged Modi had got his caste included in the Backward Class category for political and electoral gains.She said the BSP-SP-RLD combine chose to hear the ‘mann ki baat’ of 22 crore people in the state to enter into an alliance, which has brought happiness to people across the country.The BJP’s frustration and fear of losing power are very evident and can be seen by all countrymen, she added.
Rahul Dev Burman, popularly known as Pancham Da, was born on June 27, 1939. Regarded as one of the most influential composers of the Indian film industry, RD Burman has composed musical scores for 331 films. The great music maestro was married to popular singer Asha Bhosle and was the only son of the composer Sachin Dev Burman. Pancham da gifted some of the best music scores to Bollywood in films like Chhote Nawab, Baharon Ke Sapne, Pyar Ka Mausam, Yaadon Ki Baaraat, Padosan, Jewel Thief and Aradhana, among many others.While there is a lot to describe about Pancham Da in words, nothing describes him best as compared to his music. Here are 10 evergreen tracks by the music director on his 80th birth anniversary that made him a legend forever. Rim Jhim Gire Sawan R D Burman collaborated with Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar for this song from the movie Manzil (1979). Penned down by Yogesh, the song had Amitabh Bachchan and Moushumi Chatterjee dancing in the rain.Aane Wala Pal Jane Wala HaiR D Burman’s partnership with Kishore Kumar created magic. Sung by Kishore da, Aane Wala Pal Jane Wala Hai from the 1979 movie Golmaal was written by Gulzar. The song was picturised on Amol Palekar.Aaja Piya Tohe Pyaar DoonWritten by Majrooh Sultanpuri, the song was a part of the 1967 movie Baharon Ke Sapne. Sung by Lata Mangeshkar, this song was filmed on Asha Parekh and Rajesh Khanna.Humein Tumse Pyaar KitnaR D Burman created magic with this song in 1981 movie Kudrat, starring Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini. Sung by Kishore Kumar, the song was written by Majrooh Sultanpuri.Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo Dil KoThe 1973 movie Yaadon Ki Baarat is known for the song Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo Dil ko, sung by Mohammed Rafi and Asha Bhosle. The song was written by Majrooh Sultanpuri, and had Zeenat Aman and Vijay Arora in the frame.Ek Ladki Ko Dekha To Aisa Laga The 1998 movie 1942: A Love Story’s hit song Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh was composed by Pancham Da. The song was penned down by Javed Akhtar and sung as Kumar Sanu. With Manisha Koirala and Anil Kapoor as the lead cast, the song won R D Burman his last Filmfare Award for Best Music Director.Kya Hua Tera WadaFrom the 1977 movie Hum Kisise Kum Naheen, the song Kya Hua Tera Wada was widely acclaimed. The song was written by Majrooh Sultanpuri, sung by Mohd Rafi and picturised on Tariq Khan and Kajal Kiran.Kuch Toh Log Kahenge The 1972 released Amar Prem is known for its song Kuch Toh Log Kahenge, which had Rajesh Khanna singing to Sharmila Tagore. The song was composed by Pancham Da, sung by Kishore Kumar and written by Anand Bakshi.Yeh Dosti Hum Nahi Todenge The friendship anthem was composed by R D Burman for the 1975 movie Sholay. Kishore Kumar and Manna Dey gave his voice to the song, written by Anand Bakshi. The song had Dharmendra and Amitabh Bachchan in the frame.Pyaar Deewana Hota Hai Composed twice, in Hindi and in Bengali, the song was filmed in the 1970 movie Kati Patang. Lyricist Anand Bakshi wrote the Hindi lyrics for the song, which was sung by Kishore Kumar. The song had Rajesh Khanna singing the song for Asha Parekh.Follow @News18Movies for more Aaja Piya Tohe Pyaar DoonAnand BakshiAsha Bhonslebollywood songs First Published: June 27, 2019, 3:36 PM IST
delhiDelhi rapejasola areaprincipal First Published: July 5, 2019, 10:38 PM IST New Delhi: A school principal was arrested in southeast Delhi’s Jasola area for allegedly raping a teacher, police said on Friday. A case was registered in this regard after the woman approached the Sarita Vihar Police Station, alleging she was raped by the school principal, they said. In her complaint, the woman alleged that she was first assaulted by the principal in June 2017 when he called her to take extra classes after school hours, police said.Later, he took her to his office room and offered her soft drinks laced with sedatives. He raped the woman and made a video of the act, a senior police officer said. The principal also allegedly threatened the woman of making the video viral if she disclosed the matter to anyone, he said. The accused was arrested from his residence on Thursday in connection with the incident, police said.
Step 2: Click on the link that reads NET Final Answer Key 2019, NTA NET 2019 Final Answer Key.Step 3: Click on the subject for which you took the NTA NET June 2019 exam.Step 4: The NTA NET Final Answer Key 2019 in PDF format can be viewed and downloaded for further use.The exam convener National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the UGC NET June 2019 examination between June 20 and June 26 in CBT mode. The NET 2019 Result is scheduled to be released by July 15. As the NET Final Answer Key for June session of this year is declared, here are the steps to download it:Step 1: Visit the exam convener National Testing Agency website at ntanet.nic.in. NTA NET Final Answer Key 2019| The NTA NET Final Answer Key 2019 has been released on its official website. The exam convener National Testing Agency (NTA) has published the NTA NET 2019 Final Answer Key for the NET exam conducted in the month of June on its official website ntanet.nic.in. The complete PDF of NET June Final Answer Key 2019 can be downloaded via this direct link.From the NTA NET 2019 Final Answer Key, candidates can tally their recorded answers and get an estimate of their scores. Earlier, the preliminary NET Answer Key 2019, which was open to objection, was released on July 1. Further, objection in the NET Preliminary 2019 Answer Key was accepted till July 3 and the fee for each challenged question was Rs 1000.Steps to download NTA NET Final Answer Key 2019 National Eligibility TestNational Eligibility Test ExamNational Testing AgencyNET exam First Published: July 11, 2019, 9:03 PM IST
Dekhi schoolDelhi govthuman rights commissionNHRC First Published: July 11, 2019, 9:53 PM IST New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday issued a notice to the Delhi government in connection with an injury suffered by a 14-year-old student when a ceiling fan fell on his head in a classroom in an east Delhi school.According to media reports, the uncle of the injured student has alleged that no teacher or the principal of the school accompanied the boy to the hospital after the incident on Wednesday. The commission said that the media reports on the case raise serious issue of violation of human rights.The NHRC has issued a notice to the chief secretary of Delhi calling for a detailed report in the matter within four weeks.It has also directed the chief secretary to ensure that the best treatment is provided to the injured student and authorities concerned are sensitised to conduct a survey at all the government schools to identify and rectify such unsafe fixtures and fittings immediately so that such incidents do not recur in future.”The incident is shocking, giving true picture of the state infrastructure and maintenance of the government-run schools in Delhi. It is also disheartening, as reported in the media, that no teacher from the school accompanied the victim student who was seriously injured,” the NHRC said.The commission said even though, first aid was provided to the student in the school, it would have been appropriate to depute any of the teachers or regular staff of the institution to ensure proper medical care to the student and to provide moral support to his family members.
Panaji: Goa Mahila Congress chief Pratima Coutinho on Friday said the Congress MLAs who switched over to the ruling BJP had “dug their own graves”.Ten Congress legislators in the coastal state, led by leader of opposition Chandrakant Kavlekar, joined the BJP on Wednesday night, leaving the opposition party with just five MLAs in the 40 member Assembly. “People are watching you (breakaway MLAs). You have dug your own graves. We (Congress) are here to stay. As an opposition we are not going to shy away. We have stood tall even in the past,” Coutinho said.She alleged that the 10 MLAs had broken away for personal ambitions and not for the sake of development of the state.”If they have left for the sake of development, it means they are admitting that BJP was acting partial and not letting Congress MLAs to do their job,” she said.”I challenge them to contest the election on BJP tickets and win in their constituencies,” she said. BJP GoaChandrakant KavlekarGoa CongressGoa Mahila Congress First Published: July 12, 2019, 7:14 PM IST
Editors’ Recommendations When Cher sang about wanting to turn back time, she could have packed in the career as a pop star and taken up quantum computing research if she had really meant those words. That’s one possible takeaway from a newly published piece of research from the journal Scientific Reports. In the report, physicists reveal how they were able to wind the clock on a quantum computer a fraction of a second backward in time. Well, kind of.Researchers from the United States, Russia, and Switzerland sent a quantum bit (called a qubit) from a more complicated state to an earlier, simpler one. The work was achieved using an IBM quantum computer.“Here, we show that, while in nature the complex conjugation needed for time reversal is exponentially improbable, one can design a quantum algorithm that includes complex conjugation and thus reverses a given quantum state,” the researchers write in their paper’s abstract. “Using this algorithm on an IBM quantum computer enables us to experimentally demonstrate a backward time dynamics for an electron scattered on a two-level impurity.”As MIT Technology Review magazine points out, this isn’t really reversing the course of time. It’s more like hitting rewind on a video and watching events play backward — only with the added cool factor that this was achieved using a quantum system. That doesn’t mean that it’s not potentially interesting research, though.“On the fundamental level, we unraveled the quantum mechanical origin of the irreversibility of time,” Valerii Vinokour, a researcher at Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois, told Digital Trends. “The second law of thermodynamics tells us that a thermodynamic system cannot evolve backwards from the state with high entropy to the state with low entropy. Our novelty is in that we revealed that even the simplest pure quantum mechanical state evolves with the increasing complexity, so that even the simplest pure quantum state cannot reverse spontaneously its evolution.”In addition to some highfalutin questions about cosmology and the universe, the work may also have more immediately applicable implications by helping eliminate noise and errors from programs written for quantum computers.Sadly, one thing it apparently won’t do is take us closer to building an actual working time machine for transporting humans on Back to the Future-style jaunts. “Not really, no contribution to the time travel concept,” Vinokour said. “Time travel is a different and unrelated beast on which I would refrain from comments.”Then again, isn’t that what someone would say if they had built a time machine? (Disclaimer: They really haven’t built one.) Master and Dynamic MW65 review A.I. cameras of the future could help prevent fake photos — at a cost When is the golden hour, and what is it? The 15 best tech jobs boast top salaries, high satisfaction, lots of openings The best PS1 games of all time: From Symphony of the Night to Final Fantasy 7
A Linux kernel developer working with Microsoft has let slip that Linux-based operating systems have a larger presence on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform than Windows-based ones. The revelation appeared on an Openwall open-source security list in an application for Microsoft developers to join the list, and was apparently part of an evidently credible argument that Microsoft plays an active-enough role in Linux development to merit including the company in security groups.The overwhelming prevalence of Linux on Microsoft’s cloud platform may come as a surprise when viewed in isolation, but it makes complete sense from a business perspective. To start with, it’s simply cheaper to run Linux on Azure, as Microsoft’s own price calculator illustrates as clear as day. In this respect, Microsoft basically forced its own hand in terms of monetizing OS licensing into a consistent revenue stream, since Windows 10 Home is essentially free (if you don’t count the “Windows tax“) and Windows 10 Pro works out to a one-and-done revenue opportunity with many enterprise customers.The fact that Linux conforms closely (enough) to the Unix structure and philosophy also makes Linux instances easier to manage. Because Unix is so prolific, basically any system administrator will instantly be at home in the Linux file system, and the saved time and headaches translate pretty quickly into saved dollars and cents, not to mention fewer complications posed by downtime.Linux’s dominance also fits perfectly in the context of its gradual, deliberate integration into Microsoft’s long-term development and innovation vision. When Microsoft first proclaimed its love for Linux in 2014, many industry professionals, especially in the open-source sphere, were skeptical, but from that point on, Linux has been rolling steadily ahead at Microsoft. Initially, Microsoft’s embrace of Linux manifested as the Windows Subsystem for Linux, a curiosity mostly aimed at developers.Last year, though, the company announced Azure Sphere, a cloud-connected platform for internet of things (IoT) devices which includes Azure Sphere OS, an in-house headless Linux-based operating system. This was a masterstroke for Microsoft — even a stripped-down Windows OS is far too bloated to run on practically any IoT device, but most IoT manufacturers could benefit from a secure, off-the-shelf IoT solution to replace their own ill-conceived attempts. Azure Sphere was designed specifically to fill this void.Taken together, it’s easy to see how the numerous Linux options Microsoft offers on Azure alone — to say nothing of the deeper integration Linux is getting on the Windows 10 desktop — outflanks the comparatively more limited options and higher cost associated with running Windows on Azure. At the rate at which the company finds new and inventive applications for Linux, this trend looks set to continue, and Microsoft seems just fine with that.Updated on July 15, 2019: Revised with additional information from Microsoft regarding Azure Sphere. Editors’ Recommendations Who is Microsoft’s new Edge browser for? Probably not you or me Windows 10 is getting a Linux kernel, starting with Insider builds this summer Everything announced at Microsoft Build 2019, from Edge to Azure Rivals Sony and Microsoft team up for cloud-based gaming solutions Office 365 has been banned from German schools due to privacy concerns
Normally, Huawei’s flagship launches don’t get as much coverage as, say, Samsung or Apple, even after it kicked up its marketing in the US starting with the Huawei P9. But thanks to a rather bold boast, all eyes will be on the Chinese OEM when it launches the Huawei Mate 10 in less than a month. But that phone won’t be alone in October. It will reportedly be joined by a Mate 10 Pro and a Mate 10 Lite. While we know little about the “Pro” model, this recent leak about the Huawei Mate 10 Lite seems to hint that this poorly named smartphone might even steal the Mate 10’s spotlight. The Mate 10 Lite might only be “lite” in terms of the processor. That would be a Kirin 659, versus the Mate 10’s Kirin 970. The 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage are definitely nothing to sneeze at. And the fact that it will have a 5.9-inch 1080×2160 18:9 “FullView” screen, with an 83% screen-to-body ratio, definitely puts it at the top.It will also reportedly have a quad-camera setup. But before you let your jaw drop, better read the fine print first. It doesn’t mean having four cameras on the back, the way we interpret “dual cameras”. It just means that there are two cameras on the back, 16 and 2 megapixels, and two on the front, 13 and 2 megapixels. Huawei has been rather good on the quality of its dual cameras, which started the whole trend, but not exactly exceptional. We’ll have to see if that technology will do wonders for selfies as well.Although the Mate 10 Lite probably wins in terms of novelty, the real star will still be the Mate 10 (or the Mate 10 Pro) because of the Kirin 970 processor. This chip, which contains a built-in “Neural Processing Unit”, it being touted by Huawei to do magic for photos and, perhaps, even face recognition. Whether that actually works on paper is something we’ll get to see on October 16.VIA: VentureBeat
Specs wise, the Nokia 9 sounds rather plain and might even be, in at least one way, sub par to the Nokia 8. It will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, which hints that it could be released this year or very early 2018 at the latest. There will, however, only be 4 GB of RAM, unlike the Nokia 8’s 6 GB. Internal storage is set to 64 or 128 GB.What will set the Nokia 9 apart from the brood is its design. It has curves all around the edges, especially at the sides. The back and front seem to meet together in one curved whole, not unlike Sony’s “Loop” design. But unlike Sony’s, the Nokia 9’s display seems to also curve at the edges, more like the Galaxy S8. That screen will supposedly be a 5.5-inch QHD one. There is nothing yet that suggests it will follow the same bezel-less route as the Galaxy S8, though that is being expected. The Nokia 8 isn’t even out in some major markets (like the US) yet, and there is now word, and a few pretty 3D renders, of a Nokia 9 going around. It seems that the Nokia 8 isn’t yet Nokia and HMD’s premium race horse, at least not as far as looks go. Though it might be the Nokia 8’s equal in terms of specs, based on these images done by OnLeaks for CompareRaja, the Nokia 9 will jump on the bezel-less and curved edge display train that Samsung is currently driving. The renders also show a vertically arranged dual camera, but has nothing to spark one’s interest yet. Despite boasting of Carl Zeiss lenses, Nokia’s camera on the Nokia 8 was hardly anything to write home about.No word yet on when Nokia and HMD will announce the Nokia 9, especially since it doesn’t seem to follow the conventional smartphone release cadence. Given the hardware, however, it should probably happen before something like a Snapdragon 836 or 840 is announced.