Dell Beats HPE To Become Global Market Leader In Server Sales

After over two decades of selling servers, Dell Technologies, for the first time, has become the undisputed leader in both units and revenue for servers worldwide, in the first quarter (January-March) of the calendar year 2018, said a top executive…

Dell Sharpens Focus On AI Suite As It Prepares For A Digital Future

Dell is sharpening its focus on technologies like AI suite comprising machine learning and deep learning, IoT, robotics, human-machine partnerships—all in an effort to stay relevant in the digital world. According to a Greyhound survey titled ‘State of AI 2017’,…

Uber Hires A Cricket Superstar To Show India It’s Not Going Anywhere

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Jack Of All Trades: What Really Happened To Hike Messenger?

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TechM Eyes 10-12% Revenue From India In Two Years

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Why Indian Startups Are Worried About GDPR Complaince

Indian companies, including startups, have been trying to make sense of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on May 25, while taking initial steps to inform their customers about the new law and protecting…

Hiring Coders To Cost More After The Microsoft-GitHub Deal

Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub, an open-source company and software developer repository, combined with its LinkedIn professional network may shore up the cost of hiring developers and tech talent, industry analysts said. Getting access to coders would not be the same now that Microsoft owns…

An Indian Unicorn Admits It Screwed Up And Is Rebooting With Layoffs

In the rush to grow rapidly, several Indian startups have over the last year ventured into areas not directly related to their core businesses. For instance, in December 2017, ride-hailing startup Ola acquired food-delivery startup Foodpanda and e-commerce major Flipkart is reportedly in…

Google Wants To Bring Everyone Online In India Through Its Next Billion Plan

If you bump into a lanky, blonde and bespectacled American at Borivali railway station during morning rush hour, don’t be puzzled. That’s Josh Woodward, and he knows more about you that you could possibly imagine! Over the past two years,…

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…

We Just Turned 5 and Have An Offer You’ll Love!

Dear Friends, Customers and Greyhound Supporters, Where I stand today, I couldn't be a happier man. While there's plenty and more for me to be chuffed to bits, today is remarkably special on two accounts. One, Greyhound Research completes 5…

Facebook: Too Big To Delete?

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Why are Ola & Uber Drivers Angry in India

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Ola, Uber Strike Highlights Tough business Model Of Cab-Hailing Firms

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Genpact flags Trump policies a risk

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Proposed Changes to H1B Visa Norms Is An Opportunity And Not A Threat

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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…

From Amazon to MakeMyTrip, Indians are finally signing up for paid subscriptions

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Google Eyes Smart Feature Phones Segment Yet Again

Google is back exploring the Indian semi-urban and rural market with its revamped cheap smartphone programme. In its first attempt in 2014, the internet giant had partnered with Micromax, Karbonn and Lava to roll out the devices under its Android…

The Private Labels Flywheel Starts Turning At Amazon India, To Be 25% Of Sales

It is every large format retailer’s wet dream to own brands, also called private labels. These in-house brands not only make a healthy contribution to the bottomline, they also help with service unmet market needs and plan inventories. The vagaries of…

E-Comm Race: The Clock Is Ticking For Flipkart

As another festival season gets over, Flipkart could be running out of time to stay ahead of the race as another round of deep discounting may have hurt the e-tailer more than Amazon, which has access to unlimited resources at…

To Reach India’s Small Businesses, Microsoft Bets on a Big, Blue Bus

Imagine the struggle a large technology company faces in India. You want to cater to the millions of mom and pop stores in the country, but they are happy offline. As companies scramble for ways to bridge the gap, Microsoft…

Are Companies Using Digital Tech To Their Advantage?

A panel at ‘Mint’s’ Enterprise Technology Summit evaluates the progress that companies have made by using blockchain and artificial intelligence. Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst, Founder and CEO, Greyhound Research There is so much of hype; what boils down in…

Narayana Murthy Clashes With Infosys Board Again In Midst Of CEO Hunt

Infosys Ltd co-founder Narayana Murthy publicly criticised the company’s board again, just as directors try to recruit a chief executive officer to replace one who resigned out of frustration with such clashes. “The next few quarters will be extremely critical…

PayPal, A Pioneer That Introduced Digital Payments To The World, Now Wants To Ride India’s Boom

American online payments firm PayPal is looking at a bigger payoff from its bets in India. The company, which set up a startup incubator in Chennai in 2013, has now decided to start taking equity in the firms that join…