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Quick Recap: Top 10 Stories On Channel Times

A running recap of the top 10 happenings in the IT Channel Industry this week. 1. Re-skilling, Need of the Hour for IT Industry: NASSCOM With the theme “Navigating Uncertain Waters”, NASSCOM kick-started the 13th edition of HR Summit 2016 in Chennai, focusing on how digital technologies are reshaping HR and the proactive role it will need to play while technology leads to new job avenues. (Read more) 2. Microsoft Claims Big Gains in Azure Cloud Biz Growth in revenue of commercial cloud computing business has helped push Microsoft’s quarterly revenue above...

Researchers Find Vulnerability In 3D Printing

A latest study by Indian-origin researchers have found vulnerabilities in 3D printers by examining two aspects — printing orientation and insertion of fine defects. The researchers found that since Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) files used in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design do not give instructions for printer head orientation, malefactors could alter the process without detection. Also, sub-millimetre defects that can appear between printed layers with exposure to fatigue and the elements were found to be undetectable by common industrial monitoring techniques, the researchers said. The finding, along with...