Work from home has added to expenses, says TCS
Working from home during the nationwide lockdown added to expenses, Tata Sons chairman said.
Gig coders to become a mainstream phenomenon in Indian IT
As remote delivery of services becomes increasingly accepted by clients, India's IT...
TCS iON partners with NSDC to accelerate skill development
The partnership aims to strengthen NSDC's online content aggregation platform - ...
No curbs on work-from-home for software units in tech parks
STPI has told the industry lobby that its existing rules, which permit WFH, allow workers to take equipment from official premises for extended durations. The government body has also authorised its directors to facilitate companies that want to reduce rented space in its premises across the country.
Tech Mahindra CEO Gurnani earned Rs 28.57 crore, up 28% in FY20
While his base salary was Rs 2.79 crore, 21% lower than the previous financial year, vesting of stock options worth Rs 25 crore during the year took Gurnani’s total salary higher, Gurnani said.
Wipro partners with IBM to offer Cloud solutions
Through this alliance, Wipro would develop hybrid cloud offerings to help businesses migrate, manage and transform mission-critical operations and applications across public or private cloud and on-premise IT environments, said the Bengaluru-headquartered tech services company in a press release.
Wipro cited as 'Leader' in worldwide cloud professional services vendor assessment
Bengaluru-headquartered company quoted Gard Little, Vice President, Global Services Markets and Trends, IDC Research Inc. as saying in a statement, "Wipro has continuously demonstrated their deep Cloud expertise and business first thinking in helping enterprises to become nimble and future ready."
TCS says deportation of students will restrict tech development in US
The US has issued new guidelines barring foreign students from remaining in America if their universities switched to online-only classes in the Fall, which prompted Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to sue the Department of Homeland Security and the federal immigration agency.
Cognizant India Chairman & MD Ramkumar Ramamoorthy resigns
In a major reshuffle, Cognizant also replaced the head of global delivery Pradeep Shilige and brought in former Accenture executive Andy Stafford as the new head of delivery.
How work from home has turned an entire profession lucrative
Work-from-home scenario, induced by the Covid-19 crisis, has led to a scramble for talent in cloud technology.
Capgemini research finds that nearshoring will emerge as a top agenda for companies
The research detailing the impact of COVID-19 crisis on organizations’ value chains, trends in business and ways of working found that three developments will define what businesses are terming as the ‘new normal.
Tech Mahindra to launch blockchain based platform for media & entertainment
Tech Mahindra a provider of digital transformation, consulting and business reengineering services and solutions on Wednesday announced the launch of a new digital platform, branded as 'Blockchain based Contracts and Rights Management System' (bCRMS) for the global media and entertainment industry.
India 'important digital power', won't compromise on data sovereignty: Prasad
The comments from the minister come days after the country blocked 59 Chinese apps on concerns around "sovereignty and security". A day after that, Prasad had termed the move as a "digital strike" and added that the apps were banned to protect data of citizens.
IT industry to see more consolidation, Infosys stands to gain: Nandan Nilekani
“We are definitely going to see a consolidation, all the conversations our leaders have been having indicate that clients want to consolidate and reduce the number of suppliers they have to one or two or three. That works very well for Infosys because they see us as someone stable, long-term, financially very strong and has done a very good job on executing work from home,” Nilekani told Infosys employees in an internal broadca
IT companies want work from home relaxations to be made permanent
Companies including TCS, HCL are seeking regulatory clarity to move to a blended model of working.
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