Ashwani Mishra
NFC-based mobile payment market garners momentum
Mar 26, 2012
A Juniper study finds that NFC technology will have facilitated $74 billion in mobile transactions by the year 2015, as established companies look to capture the mobile-payment market through strategic partnerships.
“ customers are switching to SugarCRM”
Mar 07, 2012
Doug Erickson, Vice President, Asia Pacific of US-based open source customer relationship management (CRM) software provider SugarCRM.
Hyperspecialization to drive next phase of ITeS growth
Feb 15, 2012
Business leaders at the NASSCOM forum state that the IT services ecosystem needs to build deep domain and technology capabilities to meet future business goals.
Business better than weak sentiments, echo Indian CEOs
Feb 15, 2012
Business is in a better mood in the country, and keeping a long-term perspective could be a good strategy, say CEOs at NASSCOM.
“Macroeconomic conditions will not deter Indian IT industry growth”
Feb 13, 2012
N. Chandrasekaran, CEO and MD, TCS and Vice-Chairman NASSCOM says that there are many areas and opportunities that will drive the growth of Indian IT companies in the years ahead.
“More providers will join the Global Meeting Alliance”
Feb 13, 2012
Peter Quinlan, Director, Telepresence Services, Tata Communications discusses on the need to have a Global Meeting Alliance, and future plans.
India lags in cyber attack defense: Report
Jan 31, 2012
Israel, Sweden and Finland are the world leaders in cyber defense ahead of the US, Australia, UK, China and Germany, says a study released by McAfee.
“IT services will be our growth driver”
Jan 30, 2012
Raju Vegesna, Chairman and Managing Director of Sify Technologies shares his views on how he transformed India’s first private ISP to an information, communication and technology (ICT) company since he took over the reigns
Security firms warn of malicious QR codes
Jan 27, 2012
Attackers can distribute malware by tricking users into scanning fake QR codes that lead to infected sites or applications.
Leading tech cos back cloud portability standards
Jan 20, 2012
IBM, SAP, Cisco, Capgemini, EMC and others release a specification draft to provide cloud services a new level of portability across different providers’ cloud platforms.
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