• Oct
    26
    By PTI

    Country's largest IT services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) expects digital platforms like cloud, Big Data and mobility solutions to bring in cumulative revenues of over $5 billion in next

  • Oct
    22
    By PTI

    Country's fourth largest software services firm HCL Technologies has bagged a multi-million dollar IT infrastructure transformation deal from the De Beers Group of Companies, the world's leading diamond business, the

  • Oct
    21
    By Reuters

    Microsoft Corp's new Chief Executive Satya Nadella has become one the technology industry's biggest earners, with a total compensation package worth $84.3 million this year, according to a document

  • Oct
    20
    By PTI

    Higher-than-expected shipment in India and China has helped consumer PC sales in Asia Pacific region grow eight per cent in July-September 2014 quarter to 26.6 million units, research firm

  • Sector review: IT
    After reporting subdued operating margins during the first quarter of this financial year, the IT industry was expected to perform slightly better for the period ended September

  • Oct
    10
    By PTI

    Leveraging next generation technologies like artificial intelligence, software services major Infosys is confident of returning to industry-leading growth and regaining its position as the bellwether of the over USD 100

  • By PTI

    Even as high attrition rates continue to haunt Infosys, the country's second-largest IT services firm is confident of bringing it down to 12-14 per cent in the next two quarters

  • By PTI

    IT veteran NR Narayana Murthy has turned down the offer to become Infosys' Chairman Emeritus saying he wants to avoid conflicts and maintain corporate governance standards at the firm he

  • By AFP

    Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella triggered uproar on Thursday after suggesting working women should trust "karma" when it comes to securing pay raises.

    Nadella was speaking during an on-stage discussion

  • Oct
    06
    By Reuters

    Silicon Valley stalwart Hewlett-Packard Co, which has struggled to adapt to the new era of mobile and online computing, plans to split into two companies as it looks to put