India’s InMobi Ramps Up Ad Challenge To Google And Facebook

Low-profile Indian tech company InMobi aims to take advantage of the headwinds facing Google and Facebook to grab a bigger share of the nearly $140 billion market for online advertising. The Bangalore-based company, which brings together advertisers and app developers,…

TCS Q3 Profit Rises 24.1% To INR 8,105 crore

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Vodafone Idea Outsourcing Deal To Exceed USD 1 Billion for IBM India

Vodafone Idea Ltd. (VIL), India’s top telecom operator, may miss an internal deadline of December 2018 to finalise new IT contracts, and is holding advanced talks with US software major IBM to finalise a multi-year deal by March end, which, some estimates suggest, could…

Wipro To Pay Bonus To Junior Talent To Curb Attrition

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Coffee Day Founder Remains Invested In Mindtree, Eyes Higher Price

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Infosys To Hire More With Liberal Arts, Design Skills

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Infosys US Retail Sales Executive Naresh Ramamurti Quits

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Infosys announces Jayesh Sanghrajka as the interim CFO

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Why Startups Fail Even When They Don’t Face A Cash Crunch

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W12 Acquisition To Help TCS Compete Better In Digital Design Space

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IBM’s Red Hat Acquisition: Here’s What The Mega Deal Means

IBM on October 28 made its biggest-ever acquisition- that of open source software company Red Hat for $34 billion, and the deal could have some impact on the India operations of the combined entity, feel experts. Calling the deal a…

IBM Announces Acquisition Of Red Hat

On Sunday, IBM said it is acquiring Red Hat for $33 billion, a premium of 63% over its traded value, as it looks to build the hybrid cloud capability and take on entrenched players such as VMware, Google Cloud, Amazon…

Open Source Office Software Suites For The Enterprise That Can Rival Microsoft Office 2019

Open-source office software is increasingly proving to be a worthy alternative to licensed office software suites, say analysts and industry experts. According to Sanchit Vir Gogia, chief analyst, founder and CEO of Greyhound Research, a lot of organizations are using…

Saket Modi: Hacking For The Greater Good

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GreyhoundTV ONTrigger With Samu Konttinen, President and CEO, F-Secure

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GreyhoundTV Brass Tacks Show With Mikko Hypponen, Chief Research Officer, F-Secure

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Teaser: GreyhoundTV ONTrigger With Samu Konttinen, President and CEO, F-Secure

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Teaser: GreyhoundTV Brass Tacks Show With Mikko Hypponen, Chief Research Officer, F-Secure

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MapmyIndia 2.0: Battling For Supremacy

A long-drawn battle for supremacy is underway in India’s online navigation space and the country’s oldest mapmaker, MapmyIndia, is busy readying its war chest to slug it out. MapmyIndia, owned by CE Info Systems that was founded by the husband-wife…

Infosys To Look At Acquisitions Across Portfolios, Says CEO Salil Parekh

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Why TCS Is Worth $100 Billion, And Infosys Isn’t

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Infosys Draws Up A 4-Pillar Plan To Meet Clients’ Needs

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Bjorn Engelhardt of Riverbed In #CounterpunchWithSVG

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What Does Infosys Sale of Panaya, Skava Mean?

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Infosys To Sell Panaya: Narayana Murthy’s Stand Is Vindicated

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Faiyaz Shahpurwala of IBM In #CounterpunchWithSVG

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AI Is Coming Of Age, So Should You

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Enterprises Cannot Ensure Better Security While Still Repeating the Same Old Mistakes

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From Data Breaches To Discrepancies In IT Department: CIOs Aren’t Sacrosanct

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As MapmyIndia enters Google territory, can it beat the Goliath of internet?

It was a late January morning. Bitter winter had just taken leave of Delhi. Rakesh Verma, founder and CEO of MapmyIndia, settled down in his Jaguar, tapped on the built-in navigator and entered the destination: Kailash Colony Metro Station, barely…