From our series 'How I became a boss at', an account of learning salsa dancing: 'Latin dancing is neither relaxed nor leisurely. But learning it was a fulfilling experience, because instead of being idle, I found my limbs swaying each time a Latin music beat played'
The first challenge of brewing cider during a lockdown is trying to find the yeast itself. Thereon, it is a simple process, and the satisfaction of brewing a good batch is made sweeter by the realisation that you no longer have to stand in queue outside a liquor store.
From our series 'How I became a boss at': Phalguni Desai describes the commitment that is raising sourdough starter, and how it can successfully distract you from the stress of an ongoing pandemic
Cognizant, in a bid to encourage employees to improve their skills in digital areas, has reportedly rolled out skills premium allowance
People with personality traits such as great interpersonal skills, intelligence and vocational interests may be less likely to fall victim to automation.
Experiencing interpersonal abuse before the age of 18 may affect the capacity to concentrate and stay focused during later life, a study has showed.
Terming the Budget as "digitally empowering", IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that technology-backed initiatives announced today will help India become a more transparent economy.
Microblogging site Twitter has equipped 21st century writers with the necessary skills, including tough self-editing, to thrive in the face of emerging technologies, according to a recent study.
With India hoping to follow China in its rapid and mammoth nuclear power expansion, it merits consideration whether such an expensive yet foundational project is feasible
While a majority says they plan to retire in India, respondents overwhelmingly agree that the US is the land of opportunity
The vision of the Taskforce aims to build the cyber security industry in India from the one percent market share to 10 percent by 2025...
By 2016, the availability of capacity and performance management skills for horizontally scaled architectures will be a major constraint or risk to growth for 80 percent of major businesses.
The global PwC survey of over 1,300 CEOs in 68 countries reveals that after a number of years of headcount cuts, half of organisations surveyed are looking to hire again.<br />
Critical to IT Asset Management's ongoing success is effectively leveraging existing cross-silo expertise, says Gartner.