Episode 3: Greyhound TV Dealing With Digital – In Conversation With Vilakshan Jakhu

We at Greyhound believe the change to digital is first personal and then professional. Catch Vilakshan Jakhu, CEO, Will InfoTech in an exclusive conversation with Anshoo Nandwaani, Principal Analyst, Co-Founder & CHRO, Greyhound on our latest Greyhound TV series, Dealing With Digital, a Greyhound Studios production.

Andromeda OS: Google To Bet On Mix Of Chrome, Android To Beat Apple

Google just turned 18 and like any adult it wants its rivals to take it seriously.

Enter Andromeda OS – another tool that the Mountain View-headquartered company is expected to unveil in the next 24 hours that it claims comprises of the best of Google’s two operating systems (OSes) — Chrome and Android.

How Hike Is Shaping Up To Be More Than Instant Messaging

From starting off as a chatting app, Hike, with its $175 million funding is now metamorphosing into a digital hub that can offer everything from discount coupons to news, as it seeks its next 100 million users.

Making Cloud Work For Your Organisation – Questions CIOs Must Ask

Cloud Computing as a service provisioning mechanism is graduating to become a mainstay option for organisations. Despite skepticism, CIOs are exploring, pilot testing or using in production Cloud offerings in some form or shape. Earlier touted to be only popular with startups and small and medium businesses, Cloud offerings now meet the criteria of enterprise IT and are also supported by traditional IT vendors like IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Oracle among others.

Net Neutrality Concerns Scupper Mobile App Deal

Flipkart, India’s largest online retailer, has shelved controversial plans to offer free access to its mobile app under a deal with Bharti Airtel.

Net Neutrality concerns scupper mobileapp deal

Flipkart, India’s largest online retailer, has shelved controversial plans to offer free access to its mobile app under a deal with Bharti Airtel.

Does Salesforce1 Meet The Needs Of Indian Enterprises?

Salesforce.com, the San Francisco based cloud computing company, announced the release of their new mobility and apps oriented Salesforce1 platform at the Salesforce Dreamforce Conference on 18 November.

How messaging apps are beefing up their user base

Smileys were always popular, but they never got the cult status that stickers – the new, larger emoticons – have gained. The fad, started by the Line messaging app in Japan, is now big enough to prompt TV shows featuring sticker characters in the country, and local versions of stickers in other countries. But the biggest indication that the stickers from Japan had become a global phenomenon came when Facebook adopted them, first on mobile and then on web chat.