• Mar
    02
    By PTI

    Country's third largest software services firm Wipro has partnered with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to develop a cyber value-at-risk (VAR) framework that will allow organisations to assess threat landscape,

  • Feb
    27
    By Ashish Bhatia

    Our brain is our most outstanding organ; it works right from the second we are born until the moment we fall in love! For that interim period, these days it’s

  • Feb
    20
    By PTI

    The local IT and ITeS industry has sought more clarity on the Rs 10,000-crore startup initiative announced by the Centre in last Budget.
    The industry here is also keen on

  • Feb
    17
    By PTI

    Nokia India, now subsidiary of Microsoft Mobile, has signed a fresh 3-year contract with IT services and product distribution company HCL Infosystems to sell its mobile devices.
    "NISPL, subsidiary of

  • Feb
    12
    By PTI

    Indian conglomerate Wipro has formed a strategic partnership with two American companies to offer a software package that optimises the entire Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) supply chain.
    The partnership, called

  • Feb
    11
    By PTI

    Country's largest IT services firm TCS today said it is sticking to its hiring target of 35,000 from campuses for FY16.

    "We'll stick to hiring plans, no change," its Chief

  • Feb
    10
    By Reuters

    The Indian IT outsourcing sector is expected to see export revenue growing 12-14 percent in the financial year starting in April, an industry lobby group said on Tuesday.

    The sector's

  • Feb
    05
    By PTI

    The US has alleged China of undermining an open internet and expressed concern over the increasing curbs put on American companies in the Communist nation.

    "We believe that nation-states have

  • Feb
    04
    By PTI

    Country's fourth largest software services firm HCL Technologies has set up a global delivery centre in the US and will initially create 300 jobs.
    Located at Frisco, Texas, the centre

  • Feb
    03
    By PTI

    President Barack Obama has proposed $14 billion for the fiscal 2016 to boost cybersecurity across the US.

    Obama in his budget sent to the US Congress yesterday proposed to increase