Narendra Modi's Palestine visit: India's improved ties with Israel could help push peace process, say experts
According to experts Palestinian leadership believe India now has more leverage with Israel and can pressure it to revive the peace process with Palestine
Outlook for the Indian information technology (IT) sector is 'cautiously positive' in 2018 as challenges remain amidst prospects of greater IT spending with global and US economies improving, industry body Nasscom said
IT job crisis: Upskilling only path to survive for techies as automation era feeds on disappearing jobs
Observing the past shows us that jobs have consistently been predicted to become obsolete with the advent of technology and machines.
Budget 2018: Govt initiatives have potential but improved connectivity essential for digital transformation
Demonitisation has helped ensure digital literacy across India, giving rise to fintech companies which can drastically change India's job market. Digital literacy and skill development should go hand-in-hand
NASSCOM partners with startup accelerator MassChallenge Israel; will support 10 startups to promote innovation
NASSCOM, along with the Deshpande Foundation, will support a scholarship of USD 5,000 each for up to 10 Indian startups to help them.
TCS December quarter net profit falls 3.6% to Rs 6,531 cr; IT major signs first 'digital' deal worth over $50 mn
TCS' digital revenue saw an increase of about 40 percent year-on-year and accounted for 22.1 percent of the company's revenues.
Trump govt not to change H-1B visa rules: Time Indian IT firms looked at changing business model, focus on acquisitions, say experts
Lack of employment opportunities is a reality that hits political constituencies and most leaders take cognizance of it and are out with an appeasement policy.
H-1B visa: US lacks skilled talent, can't afford en masse deportation of Indian IT employees, says Mohandas Pai
The proposed changes in H-1B visas would have a dramatic effect, particularly on India considering more than half of all H-1B visas have been awarded to Indian nationals
Estimates show that such a move could lead to deportation of over one million H-1B visa holders in the US -- many of them Indians -- who are waiting for their green cards
According to a report by Kotak Institutional Equities, though there are reasons to be optimistic on demand conditions, the potential changes in US visa rules remain an overhang for the IT sector
The resilient Indian IT industry, which has been going through challenging times on multiple fronts, faced disruption in 2017 from increasing automation and the boardroom spat in software major Infosys spilling into the public domain
Telangana keen to have partnership with Israel for develping its cybersecurity architecture and policy
Telangana was the first state to come out with a dedicated policy for cybersecurity and was putting in place the cybersecurity architecture.
Software industry, under the aegis of Nasscom, on Monday sought a resolution of the issues related to service tax refunds and GST during the pre-budget meeting with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
Salil Parekh's appointment gets thumbs up from Infosys founder Narayana Murthy; IT industry says 'good choice'
Salil Parekh is slated to take charge at the helm of India's second largest IT firm on January 2, 2018 for a period of five years
The court passed the direction while hearing a petition seeking to ban Saudi Arabia-based social networking website and mobile app, Sarahah.com and Sarahah.
Five thousand delegates expected to participate at the World Congress on Information Technology 2018
With the theme 'amplify digital', WCIT will be held parallel to India Leadership Forum.
Enterprise software and IT services continue to exhibit strong growth, with devices segment driving the majority of overall IT spending in the country.
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.
Artificial Intelligence-powered translators could dilute the biggest advantage the Philippines has, the wide use of English.
V Balakrishnan does not sound optimistic about IT sector achieving 7-8 per cent export growth in this fiscal.