Huffington Post Interview with Ken Behan – Have Multilingual Customers? Here’s a Solution for You

This article was originally published on The Huffington Post  Have Multilingual Customers? Here’s a Solution for You (Interview With Ken Behan)

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“Languages are intriguing and challenging at the same time”

As kids we were always intrigued by the way Google Translator worked. While it translated those famous French quotes for us, there were limitations which even Google couldn’t surpass. Since then, language has been a barrier— hindering our global crusades. Be it a worldwide competition or business meetups across countries, a common language would have been the best idea which sadly is pretty hard thing to materialize.

Even readers at the Huffingtonpost must have had difficulties with other country specific domains, offering great pieces of work which couldn’t be accessed— owing the language barrier.

Here we interview Ken Behan, Vice President, SYSTRAN Software Inc. and understand what sort of challenges we face when it comes to a multilingual platform like the Internet. We will be asking him about the process involved with translations and analysis apart from the levels of accuracy. Lastly, he will be talking about the company and what purposes it can serve, towards the common good of this society.

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SYSTRAN to exhibit at GITEX 2015 in Dubai

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Employees are increasingly using Cloud services without even notifying the IT department. This behavior is not risk free and the use of translation services on the Web is among one of these risky practices. Confidential breaches, lack of compliance and cyber security vulnerabilities are the major threats. Continue reading

How to make your instant messaging multilingual: introducing SYSTRAN Add-On for Microsoft Lync

Icone Communication   In today’s digital world, multilingual communication is more than a vital business asset; it’s key to corporate survival. Social media networks have smashed geographic, political, and cultural barriers. Economic globalization, including the rise of emerging economies, has made effective cross-border communication Continue reading