IT Industry Wants To Collaborate With Government, Academia For Reskilling

It took just 25 years for IT to become pervasive in India. The proliferation of mobile phones, reduction on duties for components, coupled with the Government of India’s Digital India and Make in India policies, have been the main drivers of this growth.

Oracle Launches Cloud Computing Service For India To Push GST Rollout

Technology giant Oracle has launched its cloud computing service for India, which aims to support the government’s GST rollout in July and plans to open data centres in the country. Analysts welcomed this move.

India’s E-Commerce Groups Urge To Stop Alibaba

A decade after allowing Amazon to start what would become India’s largest online marketplace, Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal appealed for government protection against his former employer.

Is it End Of Road For Ride-Sharing By Uber And Ola, Over Safety, Legality Debate?

Rideshare, which allows two or more people going in the same direction to use one cab, might be a good concept, but when did a good concept come in the way of law? It has in the case of cab aggregators Ola and its American rival Uber.

Apple iPhone To Be Made In Bengaluru: Will Boost The Component-Manufacturing Ecosystem In India

Apple iPhones will be made in Karnataka. The government of Karnataka on Thursday said that it welcomed a proposal from Apple Inc to begin initial manufacturing operations in the state, in a sign that the tech company is slowly moving forward with plans to assemble iPhones in the country.

The Pillars That Maketh A True Cashless Society

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Note Ban Chokes Handset, Electronics Business

Handset and electronics business, one of the sectors worst hit by demonetisation, are looking at the government for relief.

印度政策已经放宽 苹果为何还不开设零售店

今年 7 月份印度政府决定放宽该国的海外直接投资(FDI)标准相关的限制,以便于特定地区的外国公司在印度国内建立运营业务,包括建立单一品牌的零售店在内。这就意味着苹果公司可以在印度国内无障碍地开设自己的零售店了。当地果粉听闻这条消息时应该是很高兴的。

So When Is That Elusive Apple Store Coming To India?

India’s wait for its first Apple-owned store is not going to end soon. In June, the Narendra Modi government had paved the way for Apple to open direct stores in the country—almost a decade after iPhones first started selling here. And while Apple’s Indian fans rejoiced at the decision, it now appears that they may have celebrated too soon.

Demonetisation: How TCS, Which Counts RBI & Other Banks As Clients, Changed Back-End Systems Overnight

Late on the evening of November 8, 10 executives at Tata Consultancy Services got on a conference call to discuss how to ensure that their banking customers will be able to comply with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation announcement.

Grocers Suffer As Wholesalers, Distributors Still Not On Paytm

The government’s demonetisation of ₹500 and ₹1,000 currency notes has led to the meteoric rise of Paytm, India’s largest digital wallet and payment company.

One Year On, What’s Plaguing Digital India’s Success?

aPM Narendra Modi’s highly ambitious Digital India Program completes a year of its existence today. In the last one year, several initiatives were announced by the government – from the launch of MyGov.in portal to BharatNet and E-sign to Wi-Fi hotspots.

Dell Addresses Foundation Needs For A Digital Economy with Aarambh

Advocating the purpose of the ‘Digital India’ campaign by the Government of India, Dell India, powered by the cause of increasing PC access and adoption, in the country, announces the launch of Aarambh – a pan India initiative aimed at spearheading the use of the personal computer (PC) for education.

Greyhound Radio with Sanchit Vir Gogia on Union Budget 2015

Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst, Greyhound Research says that announcements made in Budget 2014 have remained mere aspirations with lack of clarity on policies with regard to Digital India, uncertainty over the Rs 10,000 crore start-up fund for MSMEs, as well as the inadequately funded 100 Smart Cities project. He elaborates on the big opportunity in cloud that India has if it gets regulations and tax sops right for providers, but warns that unless there is concrete action, frustration among entrepreneurs and corporates will only rise.