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India's UC, Collaboration Market On A High Growth Trajectory
India Unified Communications and Collaboration Market is Projected to Grow at a CAGR of 12% during 2017-2023, states 6Wresearch.
Are Emojis Changing The Way Businesses Communicate?
Some believe emojis are natural tools of communication and expression in the workplace.
IoT Adoption By Businesses, Govt On The Rise
By 2020, as many as 50 billion devices will be connected, from watches and TVs to trucks, pipelines, and power meters – unlocking enormous potential for the world, says a study.
Mobile Apps Are Preferred More For Telecom Services: Study
More users are finding it convenient to get an online recharge done for their prepaid services using mobile apps, followed by websites.
Indian Mobile Data May Cost Rs 50/GB By 2020: Report
The paradigm shift is also due to the new entrant Reliance Jio that by 2020, 80 percent Indian population will be in a position to afford a 4G phone...
5G To Go Mainstream By 2020; Asia Leads The Way
A new study states that over half of all mobile subscriptions will be 5G-capable in South Korea by 2022, compared only around 7 percent in Europe...
Businesses Are Seeing Real Benefits In IoT Adoption: Study
Nearly three-quarters of respondents in a recent study by published Cisco said that the IoT improves their business.
What Happens After Reliance Jio Offer Ends
With the offers coming to a close end of this month, and Reliance not announcing any new promotional offer as yet, users are set to wonder what will the platter look like going ahead...
India, China To Spur Global Mobile Industry By 2020
To fully harness the potential of mobile services, governments and policymakers must collaborate with the mobile industry to develop robust and progressive digital ecosystems, supported by forward-looking regulatory frameworks.
Fortinet To Provide Secured Wi-Fi Access To Mumbai Citizens
The Maharashtra Information Technology Corporation (MITC) has said it has selected Fortinet to provide wireless Internet access to the citizens of Mumbai.