Zoho to move headquarters to Austin, Texas by 2021
Zoho, originally AdventNet founded in the 1990s, employs 7,000 workers across 12 facilities in India, China, Japan, Mexico and other countries.
Thyssenkrupp bets on India for industrial solutions
It has also become "relatively" easier to do business in India, said Marcel Fasswald, CEO of Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.
Sterlite Technologies ropes in lobbyist in US for advocating trade issues
Wiley Rein LLP, which has been roped in by Sterlite Technologies as its lobbyist on this issue, is a leading Washington-based law firm.
India is a vital cog in AWS’ growth story: Navdeep Manaktala, Head Business Development, Amazon Internet Services
Navdeep Manaktala sees a huge potential for growth in compute, storage, database and other cloudrelated service offerings among the startups, enterprises, ISVs and government agencies in India.
Over 1k Android apps gain your data even if denied permission
US researchers have found 1,325 Android apps that were gathering data despite people denying permission.
Software robots are taking over many manual processes
For those in finance & accounting, there are hundreds of processes between the moment someone places an order, and till the cash is received.
Pi Datacentres to set up its second data centre in Kochi Infopark
Pi-Kochi is being set up in Infopark phase 2 in 6 acres with an investment of Rs.400 crores.It is expected to be fully operational by March 2020.
HCL completes acquisition of IBM products
In December, the company announced its plans to acquire IP assets of technology major IBM including its email Lotus notes for $1.8 billion.
Google gets nod to license Android for Huawei
Now that Google can continue to sell its Android license to Huawei, the company will need to decide whether to continue pursuing the project or stick with its EMUI OS, the PC World report added.
Software rental firms turn the spotlight on India
Just as Bengaluru rose to prominence as a technology services hub, Chennai has silently become the SaaS capital.
Ex-champion, Sameer Gulati claims TechGig Code Gladiators 2019 too!
History would remember TechGig Code Gladiators 2019 as that crucial coding event where an ex-champion and a defending champion came face to face to claim the...
Tech Mahindra inks deal with Airbus for cabin, cargo design engineering
"Tech Mahindra aims to capitalise on the specialised skills and competencies in growing cabin engineering business over the next few years," the company said in a statement.
CCI asks handset companies for info on agreements with Google
Wants to know if they were barred from using co’s apps, services from Apr 2011 to March 2019.
AI has become so simple and affordable that anyone can use it
Users across the globe are capturing data digitally, whether this is in the physical world through sensors or GPS, or online through clickstream data.
Adobe trains AI to detect Photoshop-edited images
At a time when deepfake visual content is getting commoner and more deceptive, the decision is also intended to make image forensics understandable for everyone.