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Queen’s University Belfast partners with Infosys to combat cyber security threats

A major new strategic partnership aimed at combating global cyber security threats has been signed between Queen’s University Belfast and Infosys, a global leader in consulting and technology. The partnership will establish a research, education and commercialization model, to develop solutions and intellectual property for combating cyber security threats arising out of the rise of digital and Cloud-based business models.

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Infosys InStep nominated for NCWE Award 2013

InStep – the global internship program from Infosys – has been shortlisted for the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) Award 2013.

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Infosys internship program to build next-generation technology and business skills for New South Wales, Australia

Infosys launches a new internship program, Instep NSW, to offer hands-on experience and Asian literacy for university students in New South Wales (NSW), and also give them the opportunity to live, travel and work on cutting-edge technology projects in India.
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Instep, Infosys wins National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) Award 2012

InStep – the Infosys global internship program – has won the prestigious National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) award for ‘Work Placement of the Year 2012.’ This recognition was given in the category of ‘best large organization with over 250 employees (short-term placements.)’
Published with permission of NCWE
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InStep nominated for NCWE UK award

InStep has been shortlisted for the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) 2012 awards. Infosys' internship program is a finalist in the 'short-term placements' category for organizations with more than 250 employees.
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Infosys participates in the Biz-Tech Conference at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, USA – December 3, 2010: Infosys sponsored and participated in the Biz-Tech Conference at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. The conference was centered on the theme ’what's next in the mobile evolution?’
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Professor Robert Kaplan, Harvard Business School visits Infosys

Bangalore, India – October, 2010: Professor Robert Kaplan, Baker Foundation Professor at Harvard Business School visits Infosys.
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Infosys signs research agreement with Cambridge on the 800th anniversary of the university

Bangalore, India – January 14, 2009: The University of Cambridge and Infosys announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU), establishing collaborative research ventures in engineering, management and business, architecture, and pharma...
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Purdue President France A. Córdova and Dr. Pankaj Sharma of Purdue University visit Infosys, Bangalore

Bangalore, India – November 4, 2009: A high-level delegation from Purdue University, a research university in the US, visited the Infosys campus in Bangalore. The visit was part of the university's India tour to strengthen their collaboration with other academic institutions.
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Paul Rummell of Infosys speaks at Rotman School of Management

Toronto, Canada – January 28, 2009: Paul Rummell, senior executive, Infosys Canada, spoke at the prestigious Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. He addressed MBA students and focused on the forces that are changing the world of business.
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Dean Randy Bryant from Carnegie Mellon University visits Infosys, Bangalore

Bangalore, India – January 15, 2009: Dean Randy Bryant and Dan Jenkins from Carnegie Mellon University visited the Infosys campus in Bangalore. They had a series of meetings with senior management and explored opportunities to collaborate with the Education and Research practice.
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Christian Homburg of Mannheim Business School visits Infosys, Bangalore

Bangalore, India – January 28, 2009: Dr. h.c. mult. Christian Homburg, President of Mannheim Business School, met the senior management at the Infosys Bangalore facility to learn more about the company and understand the Indian economy better.
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What customers want – ‘simply better,’ says Patrick Barwise of the London Business School

Bangalore, India – March 6, 2009: Patrick Barwise, London Business School Professor Emeritus, gave a spirited lecture on his findings about customer desires. According to Patrick, customers would prefer difference that matters – getting the basics right!
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