TikTok, Other Apps Will Get Chance To Send In Their Clarifications

A day after the Union government banned 59 Chinese applications, including popular ones such as TikTok, Shareit, Mi Video Call, Club Factory and Cam Scanner, citing threat to national security and sovereignty, an Information Technology Ministry official said the banned…

Charted: There’s no match for TikTok’s popularity in India yet

India’s ban on 59 Chinese apps includes one that has ruled the roost in the country for years. The reach of TikTok, owned by Beijing-based Bytedance, eclipses all other live-streaming apps in India by a huge margin. More than a third of Indian smartphone…

TikTok, Mi Call và 57 ứng dụng Trung Quốc bị cấm tại Ấn Độ

Lệnh cấm được đưa ra trong bối cảnh căng thẳng cực độ ở biên giới Ấn Độ và Trung Quốc. Các ứng dụng trong danh sách cấm bao gồm các dịch vụ khác nhau như thương mại điện tử, game,…

Government Bans 59 Apps Including China-Based TikTok, WeChat

The Government of India on Monday banned 59 applications, most of them popular Chinese applications such as TikTok, Shareit, Mi Video Call, Club Factory and Cam Scanner, citing threat to national security and sovereignty. The ban comes amid continuing tensions…

India’s Apps Ban: China Gets Taste Of Own Medicine, But May Hit Vloggers

In a big move, the Indian government on Monday (June 29) banned as many as 59 mobile applications, many of them owned and controlled by Chinese players in the markets spread across e-commerce, social media, gaming and entertainment sectors. This…

Galwan Valley Clash: Indian IT Services companies In Wait-And-Watch Mode

With the India-China border face-off in Galwan Valley of Ladakh disrupting trade relationship between the two sides, the country’s IT services companies say they are watching the developments keenly. “It is a multi-tangential issue. Indian IT services have a base in China…

Hexaware Plans Voluntary Delisting, Board To Discuss Proposal

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Is The Constant Revolving Door At Wipro A Reason For Its Sluggish Growth?

Despite constant changes in the top executive role in the past 10 years, Wipro has lagged on the growth front. The company has grown at a much slower pace than its peers. #mc_embed_signup{background:#ece9fb; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; width:100%;} /* Add your own Mailchimp…

Wipro’s New CEO Thierry Delaporte Has An Impressive CV But Challenges Galore: Experts

Amid the worst health crisis the world has ever seen, former Capgemini executive Thierry Delaporte will have to face challenges at multiple levels, cultural and structural as he takes charge as Wipro CEO on July 6, 2020. #mc_embed_signup{background:#ece9fb; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; width:100%;}…

Wipro Names Thierry Delaporte As CEO, MD To Drive Next Phase Of Growth

IT major Wipro on Friday said Capgemini Group veteran Thierry Delaporte will join the company as its Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director with effect from July 6, 2020. He succeeds Abidali Z Neemuchwala, whose decision to step down from…

Could Thierry Delaporte Be That Knight In Shining Armour For Wipro?

On 29th May 2020, Wipro announced the appointment of Thierry Delaporte as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director (MD) Wipro Ltd. He replaces Abidali Neemuchwala who was the company's CEO since February 2016. #GreyhoundStandpoint 1 - First things first,…

Thierry Delaporte As CEO To Help Wipro With New Ideas, Global Presence: Analysts

The appointment of Thierry Delaporte as chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director (MD) Wipro Ltd is seen as a historic move by industry observers, as he perhaps will be the first non-Indian to be at the helm of any…

Air India’s Website A Major Hurdle For Those Trying To Fly Out

Many Indians and foreign citizens planning to fly out in one of the special flights arranged by the government are fighting against all odds to book a ticket, which includes an inefficient and snag-prone Air India website. Many have stormed…

Firms Gear Up For Extended WFH

Some startups aim to have most of their employees work permanently from home, in the wake of tech giants Facebook, Google, and Twitter announcing such measures for their employees till 2021. “COVID19 is a watershed moment, and a new set…

Indian IT Leans On Govt Spends, Managed Services As Deals Slow

Information Technology spending this year will likely fall as organisations trim investments in technology in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic-led slowdown, analysts said. Other analysts, however, said hardware deals were still being signed, but not at the same pace…

IT Services Companies Bet On Digital Amid Business Slowdown

Indian IT services companies are betting on generating revenues from their digital business which has seen growth despite the slowdown amid the covid-19 crisis. While each company defines “digital" in slightly different ways, areas like cloud, cyber security, and data…

IT Firms Lean On Utilities & Communication Arms

Indian IT services providers Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys and Wipro expect their communications and utilities verticals to clock steady growth, even as the core financial services, retail and travel segments take a hit due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Clients in the travel and hospitality industry have already reduced…

Companies To Seek Technological Intervention To Reinforce Business Post-Pandemic Shutdown

Companies across sectors are more likely to look out for advanced tools and technologies that could facilitate their business growth multifold once the shutdowns following the Coronavirus pandemic are lifted worldwide, a top Verizon executive said.Australia-based Robert Le Busque, Managing Director at Verizon Asia Pacific, …

Hyper AI To Wellness Helpdesk: BPM Firms Adapt To Coronavirus Crisis

Apart from work from home, business process management (BPM) companies have taken a host of measures to ensure employee engagement and client productivity. This has meant changing things not just in India, but a host of other geographies that they are present…

COVID-19 Is Both A Rude Reminder And A Game Changer For Tech Companies

Last 45-60 days have been nothing short of a whirlwind for all of us. From cancelled travel plans to complete shutdowns, most countries have been impacted in more ways than one.While the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic is still unravelling…

COVID-19 Is Both A Rude Reminder And A Game Changer

COVID-19 is a rude reminder of the fragility in our systems of doing business. It’s also a game-changer for government and organisations if they take the right lessons from this world event and invest in the right people and technology…

Technology Firms Will Be Beneficiaries, Not Casualties, Of Coronavirus

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How Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved Made A ‘Secret’ Tech Entry With Its Own IT Start-up

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IBM Advances Watson’s Ability to Understand The Language of Business

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Infy’s Nia Wants To Build On Scale After A Chequered Past

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Infosys Sees A Billion Dollar In The Cloud

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India’s IT Industry Braces For Coronavirus Impact

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Tech Cos Enforce Work-From-Home Clause Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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IT Services Cos Discover Silver Lining In Cloud Deals

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India’s Data Centre Plan In Anticipation Of Tsunami Of Data In Country

An incentive policy for the private sector companies to set up data center parks in India will make it affordable for firms to store data locally vis-à-vis other locations such as Singapore and also prepare them for the deluge of…