Back To Basics? BlackBerry Looks At Enterprise Tie-Ups To Sell Phones

If you are not interested in a BlackBerry phone, we would not be surprised because the company has lost his recall value. Its brand recall value also took a hit when it launched the Blackberry Priv earlier this year at…

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…

Mint Enterprise Technology Summit 2016

Leslie D’Monte, Technology Editor is in discussion with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO of Greyhound Research, Vishal Dhupar of NVIDIA Graphics, DR Shriram Revankar of Adobe India Big Data Experience Lab and many more such guests in Mint Enterprise…

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…

Is Microsoft truly changing under Satya Nadella?

Satya Nadella, chief executive officer of Microsoft Corp, is landing in the country on Monday at a time when his company is “streamlining” its troubled global smartphone hardware business even as the growth of India’s smartphone business is accelerating. Sanchit…

VMware AirWatch sells over a million licenses in India

VMware, a global leader in cloud infrastructure and business mobility, today said that it has sold over a million licenses of its VMware AirWatch Mobile Device Management solution to enterprises in India to help them manage the mobility needs of…

India emerges as one of the fastest growing markets for VMware’s end-user computing business

VMware today announced that it has sold over a million licenses of its VMware AirWatch Mobile Device Management solution to enterprises in India to help them manage the mobility needs of their workforce. The company also announced that India was…

With a million sales, mobility security company Airwatch gains traction

VMware’s mobility security company Airwatch has sold over a million licenses in India in a little over a year of operations, and is being looked at as a serious name in the mobile device management space in India. According to…

Enterprise Mobility – Value Lies In Data, Not Device Alone

Times have changed, and so has how we use smartphones. From their earlier simplistic use of fetching email and contacts, smartphones are now the powerhouse for consumers and business users who use mobile gadgets for accessing applications and surf the…

Hard Facts: Enterprise Mobility

Like some magic wand, CIOs and enterprises have taken to quoting mobility as one of the top emerging technologies in their wish list.  It would be the answer to a large number of issues that enterprises face, and maybe the…

70% Organizations Use Mobility in Emerging Markets

Greyhound Research has announced a new study on Enterprise Mobility. The study deals with how business leaders are increasingly demanding access to enterprise applications on mobile. More than 70 per cent of the organizations Greyhound interviewed stated to have plans…

#GreyhoundInMedia: CIOs Still Lack Clarity On Enterprise Apps #Press #Media

More than 50% CIOs and IT decision makers are unclear about the best approach to source mobile apps and better manage security, according to a new Greyhound Research report. Nearly one third of the organizations interviewed are facing challenges like lack…

#GreyhoundInMedia: 70 percent of organizations in emerging markets have plans for mobilizing enterprise apps: Greyhound Research study #Press # Media

The study finds that although enterprise mobility is emerging as a key priority for organizations, 50 percent of IT decision makers are unclear about the best approach to source mobility applications and manage security. Greyhound Research today announced a new study…

70% enterprises in emerging markets embrace mobility: Survey

More than 70 percent of the organisations have plans to spend on projects for mobilising enterprise apps – while apps like CRM, BI and HCM are gaining traction on the mobile, traditional apps like email and calendaring continue to be…

70 percent Organisations in Emerging Markets Embrace Mobility: A Greyhound Research Study

70 % of organisations are either already running or planning a mobility technology expansion project 50 % IT decision makers unclear about the best approach to source mobility applications and manage security New Delhi, May 23, 2014: Greyhound Research today…

CA bets on mobility solutions

New York-headquartered software firm CA Technologies, which has been struggling globally to break away from its legacy mainframe business, has launched its mobile device managed solutions in India. "Increasingly more and more people are bringing their own devices to the workplace," says…