Indian enterprises are increasingly embracing mobility, with close to three-quarters either planning or rolling out a mobility policy.
India's National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) forecasts that the Big Data business in India will be worth as much as $1.2 billion within 3 years.
India could be the perfect climate for nurturing the convergence of social, mobile, cloud and data forces, which will form the basis of enterprise communications of the future, judged Gartner Research Vice President Rakesh Kumar at the company's Gartner Symposium/ITxpo held in Goa, India, last week.
Weathering the dot-com bubble and even some internal scandal, the market for software development and IT outsourcing in India had grown by approximately 30 percent annually for two decades. Then 2008 happened.
More than 600 million customers in northern India have been without electricity this week, but the country's IT services companies appear to have been largely unaffected.
You may have read about India's $35 Aakash tablet, put together by researchers from two prestigious technological schools last July. Having sat down with a reputable tablet maker who showed me the
A study commissioned by Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has found that manufacturers in emerging countries save up to $2.9 billion annually by using pirated software. The results of the study were announced
Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) is running a surveillance facility in Mumbai to assist the Indian government in wiretapping BlackBerry consumer communications, the Wall Street Journal reported.
India's biggest outsourcers have been setting up shop in lower-wage regions, including South America, for some time, and now they are putting down roots in the United States. As U.S. lawmakers have
Mobile carriers in India now have the ability to intercept non-corporate email and instant messages sent by BlackBerry smartphone users, says Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM). This will be on a