Aarogya Setu App To Be Preloaded On Phones? Apple’s iPhone Likely To Be A Problem

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Aarogya Setu Explained: Why It’s Draconian, Ineffective, Yet Needed

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Albeit Critical Contact Tracing Apps Alone Won’t Help Flatten The Curve

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RedHat Summit 2020 Reinforces Focus On Hybrid Cloud

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Contact Tracing: A Tool For Mass Monitoring Not Mass Surveillance

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Contact Tracing Is A Necessary Evil That Must Come With An Expiry Date

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Arvind Krishna Brings To IBM Exactly What It Needed – A Sense Of Urgency

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Let’s Get Real About Privacy

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This Time, Microsoft Will Ensure ‘Cloud’ Is Not Just A Pie In The Sky

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Nadella Pins Hopes On Jio Partnership To Help Propel India Forward

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Digital Businesses Lead India, Says Microsoft’s Maheshwari

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Microsoft CEO Nadella To Woo India Inc With Tech To Drive Transformation

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Microsoft’s Nadella To Engage With Indian Industry, Government During Visit

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Microsoft Azure Is The Swiss Army Knife Of Cloud, Not Just A Knife

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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…

Government To Unveil Policy On Data Center Parks

The government said it will come out with a policy to enable private sector build data center parks in the country at a time the segment is becoming a focus area for commercial real estate players. "It will enable our…

FDI To Increase, Indian IT Firms To Benefit From FM’s Data Centre Plan

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s proposal in the Union Budget to come up with a policy for setting up data centre parks would benefit tech services companies and attract foreign investments in creating the adequate infrastructure for all industry sectors, said…

FM’s Rs 8,000 Crore Boost Will Help India Bridge Gap In Quantum Computing With US, China

India’s plan to invest Rs 8,000 crore over the next five years in the National Mission on Quantum technology and its applications comes at a time when the world is making bets on the emerging field that has potential impact…

Finance Minister Takes A Rs 8,000 Crore Quantum Leap

CEO of Greyhound Research says that it is the right time for quantum investment as companies like IBM and Google are going to be investing a tonne of money and infrastructure assets towards Asia, in countries like Japan and Singapore.…

Arvind Krishna Ascends Beyond Cloud At IBM

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InMobi wins over China, where Facebook, Google failed

Global technology giants Google and Facebook may not have succeeded in penetrating the China market, but InMobi, which competes with these tech giants in the data-driven mobile advertising space, is betting big on the world’s most populous country, where it…

Vishal Sikka’s Vian Systems Raises $50 Million In Funding

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Episode 2: #GreyhoundTV #DoubleDecaff – IBM Announces Sydney Multi-Zone Region

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Episode 1: #GreyhoundTV #DoubleDecaff – AWS Launches New Region in Hong Kong

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Rajan Anandan Quits Google India, To Join Sequoia India As MD

Rajan Anandan, who led Google’s operations in India and South-East Asia, is leaving the company to join Sequoia Capital India. Anandan, who had an eight-year stint at Alphabet Inc.’s Google, will become managing director at Sequoia Capital India, the venture capital…

India’s InMobi Ramps Up Ad Challenge To Google And Facebook

Low-profile Indian tech company InMobi aims to take advantage of the headwinds facing Google and Facebook to grab a bigger share of the nearly $140 billion market for online advertising. The Bangalore-based company, which brings together advertisers and app developers,…

IBM’s Red Hat Acquisition: Here’s What The Mega Deal Means

IBM on October 28 made its biggest-ever acquisition- that of open source software company Red Hat for $34 billion, and the deal could have some impact on the India operations of the combined entity, feel experts. Calling the deal a…

IBM Announces Acquisition Of Red Hat

On Sunday, IBM said it is acquiring Red Hat for $33 billion, a premium of 63% over its traded value, as it looks to build the hybrid cloud capability and take on entrenched players such as VMware, Google Cloud, Amazon…

How To Choose Between Google One, OneDrive, iCloud

In a bid to enhance its revenue from storage on the cloud in India, Google Inc. has launched a new cloud storage subscription service called Google One. The idea, according to the company’s tagline, is to “get more out of…

The Next 20 Years Could Be Even Bigger And More Challenging For Google

When Google started 20 years ago, the mission was to organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. That seemed like an incredibly ambitious mission at the time-even considering that in 1998 the web consisted of just…