Articles about India
The Indian outsourcer grew revenue by 7 percent and profit by 14 percent during the final quarter before former SAP executive Vishal Sikka becomes CEO.
Some systems trusted the fake certificates, some didn't, but Google moved quickly to tell others to revoke them.
India's second-largest public traded company, Reliance Industries met with South Korean ICT businesses, mobile hardware device developers, and manufacturing sites.
It’s a cliché but worth restating — information in today’s business environment is worth its weight in gold, and it's a strategic weapon if you can access it and act on it in a timely fashion. That's where Contify comes in.
And many of them, in the mid-market as well as the ultra budget category promise to change the country forever
A SaaS-based approach to social media analytics takes flight.
US$25 is Firefox's answer and plans to roll them out in association with a couple of Indian companies in a few months.
Two important factors contributed to the birth of Deskaway — a web-based collaboration app that provides a central location for teams to easily manage projects.
Chargebee is yet another company whose origins can be traced to indignant comments on a Hacker news post about a subscription rate hike — in this case, at billing infrastructure leader Chargify — which inspired the founders to jump-start a competing service.
India has long been derided as a desert for product companies. Some point to the country’s long history as a colonial subject as a reason for this phenomena, others to its socialist past, and many to its lack of a culture of scientific innovation of any significant scale and reach post-independence.
One of the first social networks around, Orkut was most loved by Indians and Brazilians. Now, Google is pulling the plug on it.
Blackberry's future will almost certainly not hinge on the sales of phones like the Z3 in hot emerging markets like India. Instead, it plans on re-inventing itself as a service company.
Twelve in the case of housing.com, but these quant jocks have built something that is leaps ahead of everyone else in the industry
India's ticking time bomb of 700 million youth by 2022, many of them potentially unemployed, could upend the country if they are not given proper jobs. Their penchant for white collar occupation, especially in engineering, doesn't help any