First Casualty Of Donald Trump’s Win? eBay Sacks India Product Team

Online marketplace eBay will shut its global development centre in Bengaluru, laying off staff and taking back work to Silicon Valley on the day Donald Trump got elected as the 45th President of United States on promise of bringing back…

Twitter Shuts Down Development Centre In Bengaluru

Amidst increasing scrutiny from investors because of falling revenue growth, micro-blogging platform Twitter has shut its Bengaluru development centre. “While India is seeing a lot of multinational companies setting up R&D centres, most of the work that happens out of India…

What Does Microsoft PowerShell’s Availability On Linux Means To Enterprises And CIOs?

Overall, the global software developer community and enterprises have given a positive response to Microsoft's recent move to make its automation and scripting platform PowerShell available to Open source software Linux including Ubuntu, Centos, Red Hat and Mac OS X…

Microsoft to acquire LinkedIn

Microsoft on Monday announced a $26.2 billion deal to acquire professional networking platform LinkedIn for $196 per share. The market gave a mixed reaction to the announcement. While shares of LinkedIn surged 47 percent to near $193, Microsoft’s stock was…

Will LinkedIn be another failed acquisition for Microsoft?

In its 41 years history, Microsoft has acquired several companies but the biggest success was none other than Hotmail, which was bought from Sabeer Bhatia for $500 million in 1997. However, a repeat of Hotmail is something that Microsoft hasn’t…

What Does Microsoft Stand to Gain From its $26.2 Billion Acquisition of LinkedIn?

Microsoft announced today that it bought LinkedIn in a $26.2 billion deal, the tech giant's largest acquisition in its 41-year history by a wide margin. So what value does Microsoft see in the professional social networking site? Sanchit Vir Gogia,…

Why Microsoft Acquired LinkedIn? It’s All About User Insights!

On June 13, 2016 Microsoft announced the agreement to acquire LinkedIn for USD 26.2 billion. Important to note that this is the first big deal under Satya Nadella’s leadership and LinkedIn will continue to operate as an independent company. Albeit…

Users will get to organise their information better

The acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft will help the duo assist client companies, and even individuals in the personal lives, to organise information and orchestrate their functions better. The deal is expected to give an impetus to Microsoft’s Customer Relationship…

Microsoft To Acquire LinkedIn For $26.2 Bn

Microsoft Corp has agreed to acquire LinkedIn Corp for $26.2 billion in a deal that will combine the world’s biggest software maker with the largest global online network of professionals. Greyhound Research Chief Analyst and CEO Sanchit Gogia said that the…

Microsoft Looking For New Source Of Revenue

By acquiring LinkedIn, Microsoft is looking at further strengthening its business from corporates in India and social networking play, an area in which it lags behind Facebook. Analysts feel that Microsoft’s Productivity and Business Processes as one of the three segments…

LinkedIn sets sights on Indian start-ups

US-based social networking company LinkedIn is looking at buying Indian start-ups, has tweaked its India portal and with its new 800 seater office in Bengaluru, as it seeks to build on its India presence. India is currently the second biggest market…

How the TCS-Epic case could impact the IT services sector

Indian IT services companies with software platforms could be forced to rethink their operational set up after the massive fine imposed by a Wisconsin federal jury against TCS. While TCS has denied the allegations of stealing healthcare software from American…

Startups find a perfect match in desi app makers

The startup boom in the country is propelling a parallel IT services industry. While established technology companies such as Infosys and TCS largely cater to overseas customers, upcoming firms are focusing on India, quenching the domestic demand for mobile-era solutions.…

Thanks to startup boom, new IT services providers born in India

The startup boom in the country is propelling a parallel IT services industry. While established technology companies such as Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services largely cater to overseas customers, upcoming firms are focusing on India, quenching the domestic demand for…

The Dealmaker – TechMahindra

When Vineet Nayyar joined Tech Mahindra (called Mahindra British Telecom), it was a mere $110-million company. Today, it has revenues close to $3.9 billion, and is the second biggest company in the Mahindra Group with a share of 23 per…

Leading From The Front – TCS

The next five years would come from digital. Barely a year later, the IT service provider's digital revenue is already at $2.2 billion and Chandra is upbeat. "It has been another great year. Our industry is at an inflection point…

Join Sanchit Vir Gogia for Twitter Chat on Startup Approach To InfoGen

Join Greyhound Research (@Greyhound_R) and Sanchit Vir Gogia (@s_v_g) for a tweet chat on 'Startup Approach to Information Generation'. Panelists: Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research @s_v_g Rajesh Janey, President, EMC-India & SAARC, @RajeshJaney Pankaj Virmani, Founder CEO…

Safe And Ready For Any, Say VMware Execs

Ever since Dell announced its plans of $67 billion acquisition EMC, making it the largest tech mergers of all time – tech enthusiasts and analysts have gone wild predicting how Dell will integrate EMC into its current offerings. One of the most discussed part…

Making Cloud Work For Your Organisation – Questions CIOs Must Ask

Cloud Computing as a service provisioning mechanism is graduating to become a mainstay option for organisations. Despite skepticism, CIOs are exploring, pilot testing or using in production Cloud offerings in some form or shape. Earlier touted to be only popular…

VodafoneIn has a new ally in IBM for a whopping $1 bn deal

Vodafone, one of India's top telecom operators, is now in talks with the software major IBM for the renewal of a $1 billion outsourcing contract that will expire in June next year. The mobile network operator outsources services like management of…

Greyhound Research at IBM SolutionsConnect 2015

Greyhound Research Keynote & Panel Discussions Microsoft Partner Summit

What is the event about? As a business owner, your key intent would be to drive long term growth and profitability for your business. To stay ahead of the game, you need solutions and trusted partners, who can help transform…

Microsoft India’s cloud updates: 3 data centres launched today

Microsoft has made some significant announcements on its cloud strategy in India. The software giant has shared updates on its local data centres. As part of today's announcements, the company has launched three centres in Mumbai, Pune, and Chennai; and said…

Developing mobile-first for a better customer experience

The new paradigm of user and customer experiences is to look at the simplest, smallest, and lowest powered platforms first, and those who are doing so are reaping the benefits of expanded markets and simpler tools. MobileFirst is a customer…

Sikka Spins Infosys Into A Digital Company

There is a change brewing in Infosys. Under Vishal Sikka's direction there are a few things that are already presenting themselves as fresh and innovative. But can Infosys become the pioneer of automation without losing its tag as a great…

Keynote by Sanchit Vir Gogia (@s_v_g) of Greyhound Research On API Economy in Mumbai

Digital is changing everything an enterprise is used to. With billions of devices flooding the market and increasing customer touch points, the market place had become dynamic and even impulsive. Customers are demanding better experiences and engagements in a world…

MicromaxYU Vs Everyone Else

On the afternoon of January 13, YU Televentures began selling its first smartphone - Yureka - on online retailer Amazon's India site. The phone was showcased almost three weeks earlier, and the Micromax unit had been heavily advertising the device.…

Avekshaa gets funding from Karnataka IT Venture

Avekshaa Technologies, an IT start-up company backed by former Infosys CFO V Balakrishnan, has chalked out aggressive growth plans. “A disruption is needed in the way Indian outsourcers bag deals and more of the old style pitching will not work,”…