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Indian ICT Spending To Grow 10.3 Percent in 2011, Gartner

India ICT spend is forecast to reach $71. 9 Billion in 2011, a 10.3percent increase from 2010 spending of $65.23 billion, accord-ing to Gartner. Hardware is the fastest growing segment with acompound annual growth rate (CAGR) growth of 20.4 percentthrough 2014. IT services is showing the strongest annual rev-enue growth at 22 percent in 2010 while the telecom segment,that is forecast to account for 73 percent of the Indian ICT mar-ket in 2010, is witnessing a slow down and is set to grow at 13.2percent growth. In hardware, much of the growth will be drivenby spending within the client computing space. The software seg-ment in India is expected to grow with strong traction beingrecorded in business intelligence, middleware, DBMS and appdevelopment tools. The India market is in a growth stage and isthe fourth largest software market in Asia-Pacific. There are size-able opportunities within manufacturing, retail, transport andhospitality, IT services, etc.

Kaspersky Lab Security Predictions
for 2011

The year 2010 has been almost identical to the previous one interms of malware evolution. Generally speaking, trends have notchanged much nor have the targets of attack. However, therehas been a downturn in activity by certain types of malware.

What to watch for in 2011

● A whole new generation of more organized and more malevolent
malware writers
● Malware attacks targeting information for financial gain
● Information becoming the target of the new breed of cybercriminals
and another source of income for those in the game
● The emergence of Spyware 2.0, a new class of malware that
steals users’ personal data (identity theft) plus any other type of
data it can find
● Spyware 2.0 becoming a popular tool for both new and old
players alike
● An increasing number of attacks on corporate users by traditional
cybercriminals and the gradual decline in direct attacks
on everyday users
● Vulnerabilities remaining the principal method of carrying
out attacks and a significant increase in the scope and speed with
which they are used.

Fujitsu’s PRIMERGY BX400Blade Servers for Mid-sized Companies

Fujitsu has announced the global availability of its blade servertechnology designed especially for smaller and mid-size busi-nesses that are looking for scalable efficiency and consolidation.The new PRIMERGY BX400 is a fully-featured blade system builtfrom ground up as a user-friendly infrastructure designed formidsized customers.The PRIMERGY BX400 is a green datacenter in a box, pro-viding an optimum combination of up to eight server or storageblades in a small enclosure. It allows companies to spend lesstime on set-up and management and instead focus on the corebusiness processes. Like all PRIMERGY servers, the BX400 shipswith Fujitsu’s ServerView software suite, allowing easy and in-tegrated system management and monitoring. The PRIMERGYBX400 will be available globally in December 2010, and is onthe pricelist now. SMS Buy 130131 to 56677

IBM Creates a Smarter Air Terminal for Delhi International Airport

IBM is creating a common-use infrastructure in New Delhi’sPassenger new Terminal 3 airport building that will automateits operations and improve customer satisfaction. By buildinga single, scalable unified network solution to integrate allcommunications across the passenger terminal and its associ-ated service buildings, retailers and other concessionaireswill be able to better share, exchange and manage informa-tion across their related operations to more efficiently deploytheir resources. DIAL chose IBM’s Managed Network Infrastructure solution(MNI) solution. The network design combines video, voice anddata over a single network platform using Intelligent CableManagement System with high levels of redundancy and scal-ability. The MNI covers the length and breadth of Terminal-3with Wired and Wireless Network coverage providing com-mon usebut highly virtualized network services to AirportCore Systems, IT and non-IT systems, corporate users, Gov-ernment offices, etc.

Quest vWorkspace 7.2 Simplifies, Accelerates Desktop Virtualization

This is a new version of Quest’s desktop virtualization solu-tion featuring a new installer and Quick Start Wizard, Power-Shell support, and a highly extensible reporting capability.vWorkspace 7.2 provides organizations with enterprise-classfeatures to ensure deep adoption and integration with othermanagement systems, as well as easier management andtracking of administrator and user activity. The new vWork-space Quick Start Wizard, in conjunction with an entirely re-developed vWorkspace installer, reduces time-to-value forcustomers. New customers can be up and running with a fullyfunctional vWorkspace environment in 10 minutes or less,while existing customers can leverage the new capabilities ofthe vWorkspace 7.2 setup to automate complex installations. SMS Buy 130133 to 56677

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