SC Rules That The Right To Privacy Is A Fundamental Right; Analysts Expect Stronger Data Privacy Laws

The Right to Privacy is now a fundamental right. A nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court pronounced this verdict on Thursday morning. It was a unanimous decision with all the nine judges in favour of the Right to Privacy. The constitutional bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar ruled that “right to privacy is an intrinsic part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty under Article 21 and entire Part III of the Constitution.”

Sanchit Vir Gogia & Anshoo Nandwaani on GSMA AMO Awards 2017 Judging Panel

Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO Greyhound Research & Anshoo Nandwaani, VP and Principal Analyst, Greyhound Research are part of the esteemed judging panel of GSMA Asia Mobile Awards 2017 or AMO Awards 2017.

Sanchit Vir Gogia on GSMA Glomo Awards 2017 Judging Panel

Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief analyst and CEO Greyhound Research is a part of the esteemed judging panel of the GSMA Glomo Awards 2017.

Greyhound Research Keynote & Panel Discussions Microsoft Partner Summit

What is the event about?

As a business owner, your key intent would be to drive long term growth and profitability for your business. To stay ahead of the game, you need solutions and trusted partners, who can help transform your vision into reality.

Microsoft India’s cloud updates: 3 data centres launched today

Microsoft has made some significant announcements on its cloud strategy in India. The software giant has shared updates on its local data centres. As part of today’s announcements, the company has launched three centres in Mumbai, Pune, and Chennai; and said that its commercial cloud services will be available from these data centres. Microsoft Azure services is launching today, and Office 365 services will be available from October 2015. Dynamics CRM Online services will follow suite early next year.

Snapdeal & Flipkart Race For Acqui-hiring

Both will acquire 50 companies this year, prompting PayTM and Amazon to draw up similar plans.There is a dearth of talent in India, more so on the engineering side because only 10 pe rcent of the Indian engineers are employable. Snapdeal and  Flipkart, having realised that training engineers is expensive and can also take time, are on the lookout for startups to boost their engineering skills.

Online travel start-ups join e-commerce fray

India is in the throes of an entrepreneurship revolution with online start-ups getting the support of both consumers and venture capitalists. Over the years a large number of online travel start-ups have entered the fray to cash in on the e-commerce boom that has to a large extent been driven by travel segment in the country. One of the biggest challenges in the online travel space is competition, both from other online service providers and from traditional travel agencies. The travel industry, especially luxury travel, is the first to suffer in times of recession or downward economic trend. Both these situations are more challenging for start-ups than they are for established companies. Start-ups do not have any additional capital or reserves to fall back on, and during an economic downturn, if people spend on travel they prefer to go to a service provider where service satisfaction is guaranteed and not experiment with a new entrant in the market.

NetNeutrality: Will Telcos Thrive On Ambiguity?

There have been raging debates on net neutrality in recent weeks from Airtel’s Zero to Facebook’s Internet.org and anything that’s coming on the way to block the Web. Those debating are either ‘for’ or ‘against’ the topic. However, Net neutrality is not as simple as that, believe experts. There needs to be greater clarity in the process.

Ola’s Buy Signals Early Shakeout In The Taxi Segment

The country’s organised taxi industry has shown first signs of consolidation at a time when a majority of companies in the segment are losing money.

Ola’s Buy Signals Early Shakeout In The Taxi Segment

The country’s organised taxi industry has shown first signs of consolidation at a time when a majority of companies in the segment are losing money.

Mobile-commerce comes of age in India

Just two seconds can make a difference of hundreds of crores of rupees in some businesses. That’s the premise on which HDFC Securities is re-inventing its stock trading app for mobile phones. The new app will feed real time stock quotes app will feed real time stock quotes to users’ phones, shaving the 1.5 to 2 second lag that exists in the current app.

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Just two seconds can make a difference of hundreds of crores of rupees in some businesses. That’s the premise on which HDFC Securities is re-inventing its stock trading app for mobile phones. The new app will feed real time stock quotes app will feed real time stock quotes to users’ phones, shaving the 1.5 to 2 second lag that exists in the current app.