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Can Facebook Sell Its Mobile Payment Service?
After toying with a whole host of innovative concepts, Facebook now wants a piece of the mobile payment pie.
Firms Not Using Data Analytics To Curb Supply Chain Fraud
A Deloitte study shows only one fourth of respondents were deploying data-analytics tools that can detect fraud by vendors.
With Motorola Acquisition, Zebra Set To Enter Big League
Zebra can now capitalize on two trends: the Internet of Things, and an increasingly mobile workforce, according to senior officials.
VMware To Invest $500 mn In India Over 3 Years
The company’s India headcount grew 17% to 2,300, as the recent acquisition of AirWatch has added employees in Bangalore.
Data Accounts For 98% Of Mobile Network Traffic
Optimizing mobile networks will not only help service providers boost customer satisfaction, but also create new revenue opportunities.
Nadella Inspires "Data Culture" At Microsoft
Nadella's thoughts on a data-driven computing environment form part of a striking new approach at Microsoft, believe experts.
High Attrition Continues To Haunt Infosys
Infosys' attrition level was up at 18.7% in the Q4 2013-14, as compared to 16.3% in the preceding fiscal.
Cos Need To Rethink Their Program And Portfolio Strategies
Gartner predicts that most C-suites will rely on an enterprise program management office (EPMO) leader by 2017.
Using 'Clean IT' In Auto Sector To Curb Cyber Threat
Automobile manufacturers in India believe the use of unlicensed software is exposing their networks to malware, viruses and other cyber threats.
Tablets To Drive Mobile Broadband Growth
With the decline of USB modems and mobile hotspots, carriers will need to boost adoption of the connected tablet.