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Nasscom partners with Hiroshima for Japan-India IT corridor
The idea is to promote business to business cooperation and talent transfer from India to Japan.
Accenture acquires DAZ Systems to bolster cloud practice
Headquartered in El Segundo, California, DAZ was founded in 1995. The company's more than 300 professionals will join Accenture’s Oracle Business Group.
TCS restructures its business units to focus on long-term strategy
200 employees given charge of business units as firm looks to free up seniors for long-term growth.
N Chandrasekaran’s salary almost doubles in leap from TCS to Tata Sons
Chandrasekaran’s annual payout is nearly three times more than his predecessor Cyrus Mistry, who earned Rs 16 crore as remuneration before being ousted by the board.
All about India's data localisation policy
RBI's directive for data localisation has now snowballed into one relating to free trade.
H-1B Visa tweak may hurt IT firms
Some companies are already facing margin challenges as a result of tighter visa rules that require them to hire US citizens and sub-contract work when they cannot hire quickly enough.
US expresses concern over proliferation of digital protectionism worldwide
The US refrained from naming India given that several US companies have opposed a recent RBI move in data localisation.
25%companies still apprehensive about using technology in HR:TimesJobs
Rapid technological advancements in HR are making a wave globally but in India, almost one-fourth HR managers are still uneasy about this change. This and mo...
Global IT spending to grow 3.2% in 2019: Gartner
Global spending for devices -- PCs, tablets and mobile phones -- is forecast to grow 2.4 per cent in2019, reaching $706 billion, up from $689 billion in 2018, the report said.
2 decade stint at Infosys deeply satisfying: CFO Ranganath
However, the last three years as Chief Financial Officer was especially satisfying as it was a crucial period for Infosys, Ranganath said.
Focus on digital, improving cost services with Artificial Intelligence's help: Infosys CEO Salil Parekh
He was replying to a question about Trump's calling for tighter controls on skilled worker visas in his "Buy American, Hire American" executive order.
Infosys says will pay out arbitration award to former CFO Rajiv Bansal
Rajiv Bansal had dragged the company to arbitration after it halted payouts on his over Rs 17 crore severance.
After building global machine with Indian workers, can Infosys replicate the Indian story in Trump's US?
The company is under mounting pressure to hire more Americans and do significantly more work onshore.
We need to learn from the consumer product industry for next phase of growth in IT: Rajesh Gopinathan, TCS
Indian IT has gone through various phases. Now we need to step back and see what has technology done, said Gopinathan
Infosys completes Fluido acquisition
Through this acquisition, Infosys strengthens its position as a leading Salesforce enterprise cloud services provider, and enhances its ability to provide clients with 'cloud-first' transformation, it said in a regulatory filing on Saturday.