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Stellar to protect Lenovo customers from data loss

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New Delhi, May 17: In the wake of the global “WannaCrypt” attack, New Jersey-based Stellar Data Recovery on Wednesday announced a strategic partnership with Lenovo to protect its customers in India.

Stellar will offer its most robust data recovery software ‘Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery’ to Lenovo’s customers in the country and protect their data for lifetime.

On purchase of any of Lenovo’s range of laptops and desktops, consumers can avail the benefit of getting “Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery” software for free (nominal handling and processing charges will be charged).

“Stellar’s Do-It-Yourself data recovery software will act as a first-aid solution for Lenovo’s customers who purchase devices from their official e-store www.thedostore.com,” said Sunil Chandna, CEO, Stellar Data Recovery, in a statement.

The benefits of this alliance will be extended to retail channels through an online redemption process.

“we wanted to delight our customers further by safeguarding their data from all common data loss situations such as accidental deletion and formatting. To meet the high benchmarks of our customers, we are happy to join hands with Stellar for this initiative,” added Sudipto Ghosh, Executive Director-Services, Lenovo Asia Pacific.

Stellar Data Recovery specialises in Phoenix data recovery Tools, Disk utilities and in-lab data recovery services.

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HCL launches app dedicated to Indian classical music

Called “HCL Music”, the app is available for both Android and iOS users.

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New Delhi, June 22 (IANS) There is some good news for Indian classical music lovers as HCL has launched a free music app dedicated to catering to their taste in music.

Called “HCL Music“, the app is available for both Android and iOS users, HCL said in a statement.

The app features recordings of live performances from legendary artists, high quality studio recordings featuring maestros, forgotten collections of legends and an assortment of crowd sourced music by young and aspiring artists.

The app houses a collection of Indian classical music across genres including Hindustani, Carnatic and fusion music, HCL said, ading that the aim is to make the app the largest ever repository of classical content and also give upcoming artists a platform to showcase their talent.

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Facebook launches free version of ‘Workplace’ for NGOs

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San Francisco, June 21: Making inroads into the non-profit segment, Facebook has launched a free version of its enterprise communications app ‘Workplace’ to make work better, smarter and faster for charities and non-governmental organisations.

Named “Workplace for Good”, the app would donate work-essential mobile, video, communication and collaboration tools free of charge to organisations like World Wildlife Fund, United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) and more.

“We’re giving ‘Workplace for free’ to non-profits and staff at educational institutions globally, so they can build meaningful communities and create change around the world,” Annette Gevaert, Head, Workplace For Good, Facebook, wrote in a blog post late on Wednesday.

Additionally, the app also comes integrated with tools like “OxBot” which is a jargon-busting bot that provides a link to internal sources of information, increasing accessibility options.

“We’re also renewing our commitment to #ImpactCloud, a coalition of technology companies including Workplace, Salesforce, Box, Okta and Microsoft, working together to help accelerate digital transformation and impact for humanitarian and disaster relief organisations,” Gevaert added.

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‘Twitter Media’, a new home for publishers, is here

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San Francisco, June 20: In an apparent attempt to get close to publishers, Twitter has launched “Twitter Media” — a website dedicated to helping small publishers get the most from its platform.

Kay Madati, Global Vice President and Head of Content Partnerships officially introduced the new site.

“With Facebook disappointing publishers for the last few years Twitter saw an opportunity, and now it’s launching ‘Twitter Media’, a website dedicated to helping small publishers get the most from its platform,” tech website WeRSM reported late on Tuesday.

“Twitter Media” would feature best practices from content publishers across Twitter, curated by Twitter’s news, sports and entertainment partnerships teams.

The micro-blogging site said that “Twitter Media” will be updated regularly with case studies and success stories and will also feature a blog to help publishers stay up-to-date with tools for publishers.

The website would also include information about new products and features designed specifically for content publishers and there would be an easy-to-navigate help section curating answers to the most common questions Twitter gets from content publishers.

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