Indian IT much beyond exploiting cheap labour: HCL
Indian technology companies have moved beyond exploiting availability of cheap labour in India to helping their clients reimagine their businesses, said Anand Birje, corporate vice president and head of the digital & analytics practice at HCL.
GoFrugal eyes Rs 500 crore revenue mark in five year
The products included RetailEasy for retail businesses, ServeEasy for restaurant busines...
Vishal Sikka joins Oracle's board of directors
"Vishal is one the world's leading experts in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning," s...
Oppo gives sneak peek into future of 'intelligent connectivity', plans USD 7 bn R&D push
The company has also announced its plans to invest about USD 7 billion over the next three years on its research and development initiatives that include building core technologies in hardware and software as well as frontier innovations such as 5G/6G, big data, cloud computing and augmented reality (AR).
Singhs had nothing to do with Fortis when IHH invested in it: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala
Ace stock market investor says IHH Healthcare's open offer for Fortis is fair and should be allowed.
US-based start-up expands in India, Southeast Asia and China
The US-based building intelligence solutions provider is opening office in Delhi soon, its fourth office in India. Currently, the firm has an engineering, product development and sales hub in Bengaluru, as well as sales and support services offices in Chennai and Mumbai.
These cyber courts are giving a tech twist to law with AI judges, verdicts on WeChat
The efforts include a "mobile court" offered on popular social media platform WeChat.
US body, COAI, others, question Trai's attempt to regulate cloud service providers
In its response to the Trai consultation paper on cloud services, the US India Business Council (USIBC) said there’s more than sufficient regulation of cloud services in the industry and Indian CSPs should not be subject to new regulation. COAI, an industry body that represents private telcos, too questioned Trai’s authority to regulate CSPs.
Greg Hyttenrauch named Cognizant EVP, President of Digital Systems & Technology
Prior to Vodafone, Hyttenrauch spent seven years at Capgemini, holding leadership roles that included Deputy CEO, Global Infrastructure Services, and Global Sales Officer and CEO of the UK and Nordics Outsourcing Business Unit.
Alphabet answers a CEO question but raises new ones
Pichai will assume the CEO role at parent firm Alphabet in a shakeup at the top of the Silicon Valley titan.
Druva crosses $100 million in annual recurring revenue
The growth has been driven largely by increasing cloud adoption and a shift to SaaS (software as a service) delivery for data protection. Earlier this year, the company had announced that it had raised $130 million in late-stage funding at a valuation of more than $1 billion.
NSE may look to move more operations to the cloud
In line with SEBI requirements, the exchange conducts a two-day live operation from its disaster recovery site once every six months.
Brokers cannot misuse clients’ securities: Ajay Tyagi, Sebi chairman
Tyagi’s comments come in the wake of the regulator's recent crackdown on Karvy Stock Broking.
Samsung India to hire over 1,200 engineering graduates for R&D
Samsung will hire students from multiple streams including computer science, electronics and communications, electrical engineering, mathematics and computing, instrumentation and information technology, the company said in a statement.
Facial recognition at Chaayos sparks calls for data protection law
Customers at Chaayos took to social media during the last week to complain about the camera technology they said captured images of them without their consent, with no information on what the data would be used for, and no option to opt out.
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