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Just in terms of scale, there is going to be no greater a managerial challenge in the world than the impending urbanisation crisis that is about to hit India. A mammoth six hundred million Indians are...
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The majority of the cyber-espionage cases we had profiled at the National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) have still not been neutralized. The theft of sensitive information is happening right under our noses. More than that, the impact of numerous product backdoors and state-sponsored attacks coming to light in recent years haven't even been locally accounted for. Once the vulnerability is known, it's only a matter of time others exploit it. So it's criminal to leave it unaddressed.
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In an era where unicorns are the flavour of the day and every business wants to be the "next Uber of its category", how can large technology firms, catering to a mass base of enterprise and consumers, claim the innovation mantle? And beyond that lies the larger question -- is the trade-off between growth and innovation always a losing one?
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NEW DELHI — Cisco Systems Inc. will invest $40 million in India to expand its India operations, said John Chambers, CEO and chairman, in a meeting with reporters in New Delhi. In addition, the compan...
Internet giant Google plans to open its own "permanent and big" campus in Hyderabad and is set to sign an MoU with Telangana government shortly to take up the venture. "We are likely to sign MoU with...