Alphons pointed out that digital payment system is reaching out to the villages but it needs to reach more people.
Digitisation has made services accessible but it has exposed them to cyberthreats also: Ravi Shankar Prasad, IT Minister
IT Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad was speaking at the inauguration of the "NIC-CERT", a setup of National Informatics Centre.
Ravi Shankar Prasad said that though digitisation has brought in exposure to people, it has also exposed them to cyber threats and vulnerabilities.
In 2016-17, Tata group's international revenues were at $64.40 billion, 64.1 percent of total $100.39 billion.
Online retail has a threat from us, they don't have even 1% business share, says Future group's Kishore Biyani
The Future Group unveiled a 30-year vision, Retail 3.0, by when it plans to become Asia's largest integrated consumer retailer by 2047 with revenue of in excess of $1 trillion
Microsoft to help India on its path towards digitisation, says Microsoft's Director of Cybersecurity Policy
Microsoft has over 3,500 internal security professionals that work on cybersecurity and Cloud security at Microsoft.
Narendra Modi reiterates commitment to Digital India, says government using 'mobile power' to empower Indians
Reiterating that the Centre is committed to Digital India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that his government is exploring ways to digitally empower every Indian citizen.
JAM trinity of Jan Dhan, Aadhaar and mobile has helped govt save over Rs 64,000 cr subsidy: Narendra Modi
JAM trinity of Jan Dhan accounts, mobile numbers and Aadhaar has helped save $10 billion toward subsidy, says Narendra Modi
The policy-makers will have to keep in mind that traders and small businesses are already suffering due to GST and demonetisation. They will need handholding in case the government bans cheques
Cheque book ban now will be hastier than GST rollout; India is woefully ill-equipped for full digitisation
In a way, therefore, we will be killing the cheque at its infancy in rural areas where large swathes of India still is.
The BSP on Sunday promised to strengthen Wi-Fi facilities in the City of Nawabs and bridge the "digital divide" if voted to power in the urban local body polls.
Digital world to create new, highly skilled jobs; India must not miss fourth industrial revolution: Amitabh Kant
Amitabh Kant says in digital or connected world, manufacturing will become customer-centric
Banks and securities firms in India to invest heavily in contactless payment; IT spending to increase to $9.1 bn: Gartner
Firms in the banking and securities industry are investing more in devices to upgrade their existing infrastructure.
In 3-4 years, financial transactions on phones to replace ATMs, debit and credit cards: Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant
Kant said that India is the only country in the world with billion biometrics and as many mobile phones and bank accounts and therefore, in future, it will be the only nation which will make a lot of disruptions.
Rahul Gandhi initially said that demonetisation could be game-changing decision, Congress' Milind Deora tells Firstpost
Milind Deora recalled that when demonetisation was announced, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi did not immediately oppose the move, though the party wanted to do so.
Lowering the threshold for subsidiaries of MNCs located in India to report their data on a country-by-country basis to Indian tax authorities, and enacting the Beneficial Ownership of Companies Bill will help curb corporate tax evasion
PayPal launches domestic payments as it expands its India operations; focusses on customers and merchants as well
While the list when it comes to PayPal's supported services falls a bit short of what e-wallet competitors have on offer, this is still the very beginning of the payment giant's India leg and there is a lot more to come not just at the consumer end, but for the merchants as well.
Demonetisation: Bankers say move was good for them as it brought in more deposits, boosted digitisation
On November 8 last year, the Modi government demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes as part of its drive against black money, counterfeit notes and corruptionnetisation was good for them as it resulted in higher deposits and pushed digitisation at a faster pace
One year of demonetisation: Cash comes at a cost, nation moving towards digital economy, says Arun Jaitley
Arun Jaitley said some people have problem in accepting the fact that transactions through the digital mode and banking instruments are going to witness a rapid growth as compared to cash dealings
It has been changing from time to time. Now an era of digital currency has started and India should not lag behind," said, Modi.