Apply for Unisys' Annual Technical Contest

Published: 22nd September 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th September 2014 04:44 AM   |  A+A-

Unisys announced that registrations are open for Cloud 20/20 Version 6.0, the annual technical project contest organised by Unisys India. Entering its sixth year, the contest recognises innovative thinking among engineering students across India to address the technical challenges of cloud computing. The contest requires participants to put theory into practice by working in teams of up to four students, supported by two project guides, to showcase live cloud computing projects. Topics for this year include automation for cloud computing; application development for the cloud; security issues in the cloud; big data in the cloud; and potential future technologies, open source technologies and disruptive technologies, cloud-based testing and projects on system programming. Cloud 20/20 V6 offers two unique options for aspiring participants. Under Student Innovation Projects (SIP), students will submit project ideas in the broad technical areas indicated. Targeted Innovation Projects (TIP) will invite students to submit projects based on the ideas proposed by Unisys engineers relevant to the topics featured in this year’s contest in a prescribed format. Contest winners stand to win cash prizes of up to `1.25 lakh and merit certificates. They will also be given the opportunity to participate in internship projects and explore career options with Unisys. Registrations will close on October 2. Visit or for details.

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