@News & Analysis
India ranks as world's third largest internet user base
A recent research study done by comScore lists India as a nation that is gearing up towards the latest digital trends.
Smartphones, tablets gaining popularity among ‘on-the-go’ internet users
Recent studies have shown that internet users in India who are always ‘on-the-go’ are increasingly using devices like tablets and smartphones to stay connected.
Indian IT hardware companies unable to cope with falling rupee value
The IT hardware firms dealing with computers, tablets, laptop, printers, are amongst the badly affected due to the abrupt fall of Indian rupee and seek immediate relief.
Abundance of e-waste is opportunity in disguise
The APAC e-waste recycling market, worth US$1.85 billion in 2012 and is expected to reach US$4.01 billion in 2017.
Tally Announces New Application Platform
Tally Solutions Pvt. Ltd. has announced Tally Application Platform (TAP) - a complete, open and flexible architecture that enables the development of agile and scalable business applications. Using TAP, ISVs can use this platform to develop...
Honeywell's Building Management System
Honeywell Building Solutions has launched its new generation of Integrated Building Management Systems that comprises of building automation, security and fire products. The launch will be backed up by events in Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong,...
Data management set to become big: Novell
As part of its endpoint management suite, Zenworks from Novell, is not really driving up its revenues.
China's smartphone market hits a high
With the release of Hongmi, and a new deal between China mobile and Apple the Chinese smartphone market is is flying high
Juniper launches new automation solution to simplify datacenter operations
Network automation enables seamless integration in cloud and virtualised environment.
BYOD or CYOD: Do you have a policy in place?
The speed with which BYOD is gaining ground, it is better for enterprises to take a proactive approach and formulate their policies before it gets too late.