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Airtel and Google Cloud partner to boost collaboration, digital transformation for SMBs
Airtel will offer G Suite to small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in India as part of its integrated ICT portfolio.
The UPI effect: Why Indian banks need to up their cloud game in 2020
It is the banks that have to invariably do the heavy lifting for UPI tra...
Lifesciences delivers; BFSI, retail drag TCS' growth in Q3: Key takeaways
TCS logged Rs 8,118 cr profit against Rs 8,105 cr net reported for ...
Sterlite Technologies to continue to look for buyout targets
Anupam Jindal, chief financial officer at Sterlite Technologies, said the company would continue to look at inorganic growth opportunities that allow it to expand its customer offerings or give it access to new customers.
Wipro announces $150 million second venture fund
Buoyed by the success of its first $100 million fund launched in 2015, Wipro Ventures would continue to invest in early to mid-stage companies building innovative enterprise software solutions across key areas, including cybersecurity, application development, analytics, cloud infrastructure, test automation, and artificial intelligence, said the company.
TCS Q3 results preview: Here are key things to watch out for
Analysts tracking the IT major expect profit growth in the range of -2 per cent to 2 per cent.
Techchefs to expand to US, Singapore
Singapore is rated as the second-best country to conduct business globally and as one of the most competitive places to do business, along with being a top startup hub, which is why the company was setting up an office there.
VMware continues to see India as a strategic market: VMWare COO
Cloud computing and virtualization software company, VMWare had made a $2 billion investment in its Indian arm in 2018, which employs close to 6000 people. On the recent consultation paper on cloud services introduced by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, it was proposed that cloud-focussed companies would become members of a cloud industry body.
Why programmers & businesses are so kicked about Kubernetes
Kubernetes, a five-year-old open source project started by Google and currently owned by the Linux subsidiary CNCF (Cloud Native Computing Foundation), is one such technology. Some believe it will become the operating system of the cloud.
Wheebox hires Bishnu Nepak as chief revenue officer
Prior to Microsoft, Bishnu was the director for Sales at Gartner India driving large enterprise and government business. According to a release shared by the company, he will drive the enterprise and education business verticals along with growth initiatives for Wheebox Talent Assessments.
SOAR is helping companies reduce cost up to 30%: Inderjit Bains, Oracle
"Most customers today understand that there is a lot of value in moving to cloud and adopting the new practices. So, the challenges include helping the customer see how to do business in a new way and leveraging technology to enable the transformation."
Smartphones done, cars next: Tech giants want to beat slowdown, and transform vehicles into money-making machines
The two industries have converged on the idea of cars providing services and features delivered 'over the air'.
Chinese internet firms falling behind on renewable energy goals - Greenpeace
While some of China's tech firms are procuring clean energy through rooftop solar installations or via a pilot green power certificate scheme, most have failed to match the commitments made by overseas rivals.
Only big social media companies may face tougher norms
TikTok, Facebook, and YouTube will be impacted as the new rule means tougher norms for policing online content.
How IIT-B makes students ready to hit ground running
The curriculum is reset periodically to include lessons in newest technologies. While existing courses on AI, ML and natural language processing have undergone revisions to introduce new methods of deep learning, courses in cloud computing were introduced a few years ago.
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