Wednesday, October 10, 2012

SSL, a new trust indicator

SSL Lock
SSL- Secure Sockets Layer provides a secure connection, allowing you to transmit private data online. Sites secured with SSL display a padlock in the browsers URL and possibly a green address bar if secured by an EV SSL certificate.The SSL protocol is used by millions of e-Business providers to protect their customers ensuring their online transactions remain confidential.
Sites will get SSL encryption to cover any area that involves an exchange of data including login boxes, credit card payments, or any personal information.
The Internet has successfully created many new global business opportunities for enterprises conducting online commerce. However, that growth has also attracted fraudsters and cyber criminals.
The increasing awareness of online fraudsters and cyber criminals has presented an opportunity for ecommerce providers to capitalize on consumer fears by displaying trust indicators.
When an Extended Validation Certificates is installed on a web site, users with the latest versions of Firefox, Internet Explorer or Opera will see the green address bar at the URL area of the navigator.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012


Technopark Trivandrum - the most modern and beautiful IT campus in Kerala. It’s  Phase III, is currently under construction. Soon, Technopark will deliver its latest phase, making Kerala the land of the largest IT parks in India.
This trendy and exotic segment is located in 92 acres of land adjacent to the Technopark- Phase I Campus. The Government of India has granted Special Economic Status for 27.5 acres of land.  Already construction of 10 lakhs sqft of IT Building has commenced in this campus. Technopark is currently in the process of creating infrastructure including internal roads, power, water distribution systems and other amenities.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Google Summer of Code

Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. They have worked with several open source, free software, and technology-related groups to identify and fund several projects over a three month period. Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought together nearly 5,500 successful student participants and over 3000 mentors from over 100 countries worldwide, all for the love of code. Through Google Summer of Code, accepted student applicants are paired with a mentor or mentors from the participating projects, thus gaining exposure to real-world software development scenarios and the opportunity for employment in areas related to their academic pursuits. In turn, the participating projects are able to more easily identify and bring in new developers.