Revenue for Russia’s IBS Group compared to the same period last year fell by 1.1 percent to $373.6 million in the first half of the financial year ending March 31, 2013 according to a company report, Digit.ru reported.
The company’s revenue from software development increased by 25.0 percent to $181.4 million, however. Revenue from IT services decreased by 20.9 percent compared with the same period last year to $158.9 million.
Software developer Eastwind held its ninth international user conference, Formula Eastwind 2013, from Nov. 10 to 17 in Phuket, Thailand. This annual event brings together Eastwind clients and partners to discuss development prospects for the telecoms industry and plans for further cooperation.
The Criminal Investigations Unit of the Nepalese Police has chosen SpeechPro’s Forensic Audio Workstation to handle its audio forensic and voice identification needs. FAW provides a comprehensive solution for advanced audio/speech signal analysis and forensics. Previously audio and speech data had not been considered as evidence in Nepal, but with deployment of SpeechPro’s FAW system, Nepal is now embarked on making audio forensics an integral part of the nation’s legal process.
DataNumen Inc., a leading provider of data recovery technologies, has released DataNumen Outlook Express Repair 2.2, a Windows utility that makes it easy to recover corrupt or damaged Outlook Express files. The program works with both Outlook Express 4.0’s .mbx files and Outlook Express 5.x and 6.0’s .dbx files to maximize the recovery of emails in mail folders. New features in version 2.2 include the support for Windows 7 and 8.
Kaspersky Lab has received a patent for file comparison technology used in the detection of malicious programs that have modified by hackers in order to hinder the detection of protective programs, according to a report by Kaspersky Lab, RIA Novosti reports.