Signal Beeps Louder In India As WhatsApp Tweaks Policy

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India Inc. Cautions Employees On WhatsApp Privacy Policy Changes

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New WhatsApp Messenger Policy | Corporates Issue Advisories On Use For Official Business: Report

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WhatsApp’s New Privacy Policy Triggers Exodus Of Users To Rival Platforms

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WhatsApp Privacy Controversy: Invite Links Appear On Google, Calls To Boycott Grow Louder

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Users Drop WhatsApp Over Its ‘End Of Privacy’ Policy

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Users Ditch WhatsApp For Signal And Telegram On Privacy Concerns

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WhatsApp’s New Privacy Policy Prompts Users to Migrate to Signal, Telegram

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WhatsApp Rivals Signal, Telegram Can Be Hacked Too

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WhatsApp Breach Turns Into A Competitive Advantage For Telegram And Signal

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Amid Fake News Menace And Data Privacy Issues, Facebook’s India Story Is Still Booming

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Hike Shows Why Super Apps Don’t Work In India The Way They Do In China

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Kavin Mittal Redraws Game Plan, To Unbundle Hike

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2018 Was The Year India’s Startups Decided To Go Global

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Swiggy Is Raising $1 Billion In The Largest Ever Funding Round By An Indian Food-Tech Startup

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India’s Gig-Economy Apps Are Fighting The Monsters They Made

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

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

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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…

Alia Bhatt Joins Long List Of Star Startups Investors: Why Entrepreneurs Rope In Celebrities

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About Time Technology Executives Stop Drinking The Marketing Kool-Aid

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Infosys Invests Rs 14.5 Crore In Danish Artificial Intelligence Start-up

Bangalore-based Infosys on Friday announced that it has invested Rs 14.5 crore (DKK 14,920,000) in a Danish-based artificial intelligence start-up UNSILO. The investment is done through Infosys innovation fund. “Directionally this is a brilliant investment given the fact a lot…

The Rise Of Practo Technologies

The healthcare industry has been dominated by technology providers like Dell, Philips, Siemens and GE. As important as their systems and machines were in capturing ailments and creating healthcare records, patient information was not meticulously maintained. Data was still being…

Startups And Traditional Businesses Have A Lot To Learn From One Another

Start-ups are cannibalising traditional businesses - from retail to banking. But there is a lot both the sides can learn from one another, the results of a survey found. Start-ups, of course, have an edge in innovating faster since they…

Digitally native startups well placed to serve consumers

A new breed of connected consumers is placing new demands on how businesses operate and digitally native startups are well-positioned to address their needs, according to a survey commissioned by EMC India. The study, conducted by Greyhound Research 'The Startup…

Lack of planning of workload could affect startups

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study. According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India,…

Lack of planning, workload probs could affect Startups

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study. According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India,…

Lack of planning, workload probs could affect Startups

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study. According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India,…

Lack of planning, workload problems could affect startups @EconomicTimes

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study. According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC…