Marriage and childbirth are the biggest reasons why women in India quit work before age 30. They define success as attaining the right balance between work and personal life, and they want flexibility for attaining that balance.
India: Its size, its people, its coming of age.
Three Tata group companies, Dell India, and Bosch are among the top five performers in social media effectiveness, according to a recent survey.
After Yahoo banned its employees from working out of their homes, there has been much debate about flexi-hours and telecommuting. But in a country like India, this practice does improve productivity.
While companies are spending billions of dollars in technological innovations, they are doing precious little to ensure the product lasts several years. Quality has taken a backseat.
A global report by Accenture highlights the need for businesses to adopt a new digital mindset to harness the true potential of technology, whether it is social media, cloud computing or analytics.
This Valentine’s Day, a McAfee study highlights how breakups can result in privacy leaks online if you share passwords, bank account details, and other personal data while in the relationship.
A decade-low 5 percent economic growth rate may sound like bad news, but with elections scheduled for 2014, the government may implement measures to improve the economic scenario. For the IT industry, projections point to increased IT spends across all sectors.
The government is all gung-ho about taking broadband to the remote villages of India, but IT can't address all the problems of rural India such as the need for better roads.
According to a BCG report commissioned by Google, the Indian geo services industry generated US$3 billion in revenue in 2011 alone, while accounting for approximately 135,000 jobs.
Gartner forecasts Indian banking and securities firms will spend US$7.7 billion (INR 416 billion) this year on IT products and services.
Around 8 million shopped online in 2012, said Google India. Its study also shows mobile phones are increasingly driving the surge in online shopping, which is expected to see exponential growth in 2013.
India needs to reduce reliance on imports, as the Indian electronic system design and manufacturing industry promises to deliver a growth of 9.9 percent per year.
The Unique Identification Authority of India has signed up 250 million Aadhaar users currently, and it hopes as more people come onboard, there will be a "ripple effect" on online and mobile commerce.
Following the brutal gang-rape of a young female student in Delhi on Dec. 16, the country's IT industry has come up with applications to ensure the safety of women in Indian cities.
A recent study points out that every third smartphone user in India is using an Android-based handset to access live entertainment content online. The second-most popular platform is Symbian, followed by Blackberry.