Department of Computer Science, DAV College,Chandigarh
To ensure that the students are in sync with the latest technical developments and innovations in the field of Information Technology, Department of Computer Science, DAV College, Chandigarh organized a two day technical enlightenment event “Tech Vidya Deep 2016” on 18 th and 19 th November 2016. As a part of this event, workshops, seminars and discussions on various upcoming technologies and technological researchs were organized, in coordination with Leading IT consultants and software development firms , for the students of various streams of the department. On the first day the event, Workshops on Web Security and Project Life Cycle were organized. The resource people apprised students about the need of web security and how one can save his important and confidential data for online hackers and malwares. The recourse people also specified the various stages in the development of the project which helps in creation of a robust and dynamic application. The concluding day of the event had workshops and discussions on Digital Marketing and Network Security. The students were made aware about the various benefits of digital marketing such as content to connect to consumers online, Tracking customers, Optimization for conversions, Realizing higher ROI and revenue.The workshop on network security enlightened students about the various stages in the development of a secure network and various algorithms being employed in the industry to create a fast,secure and cost effective network.Prof Minakshi Bhardwaj,HOD, Department of Computer Science specified that more such events shall be organized in the future to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to meet the challenges in the IT industry.
Light Fidelity (Li-Fi) is a bidirectional, high-speed and fully networked wireless communication technology similar to Wi-Fi. The term was coined by Harald Haas and is a form of visible light communication and a subset of optical wireless communications (OWC) and could be a complement to RF communication (Wi-Fi or cellular networks), or even a replacement in contexts of data broadcasting.
It is wireless and uses visible-light communication or infrared and near-ultraviolet instead of radio-frequency spectrum, part of optical wireless communications technology, which carries much more information, and has been proposed as a solution to the RF-bandwidth limitations. Continue reading
The Java Ring is a tiny wearable computer with 6 kilobytes of RAM. Six K may not sound like much, but it is 20% more memory than the first computer I ever used (back in high school in 1973): an ancient (even at the time) Danish second-generation computer called Gier. The Gier took up an entire room and now I can carry more computer power on my finger.
Even 6 K is enough to hold your secret codes, your credit cards numbers, your driver license, other wallet contents, and even some electronic cash. The ring can also store a few important URLs. Indeed, one of the current JavaRing demos is the ability for me to walk up to any computer in the world that has a JavaRing reader and have my home page loaded simply by touching the ring to the reader. Continue reading
Adaptive Security Architecture
The complexities of digital business and the algorithmic economy, combined with an emerging “hacker industry,” significantly increase the threat surface for an organization. IT leaders must focus on detecting and responding to threats, as well as more traditional blocking and other measures to prevent attacks.
Advanced System Architecture
The digital mesh and smart machines require intense computing architecture demands to make them viable for organizations. They’ll get this added boost from ultra-efficient neuromorphic architectures. Continue reading
The Device Mesh
Here, all devices such as cars, cameras, appliances, and more are connected in an expanding set of endpoints people use to access applications and information, or interact with people, social communities, governments and businesses. As the device mesh evolves, Gartner expects connection models to expand and greater cooperative interaction between devices to emerge. We will see significant development in wearable’s and augmented reality, especially, virtual reality.
Ambient User Experience
All of our digital interactions can become synchronized into a continuous and ambient digital experience that preserves our experience across traditional boundaries of devices, time and space. Continue reading