Feb 14, 2018 - IT ministers' conclave: 'Phishing, ransomware main reasons for security breaches'

TradeBriefs Newsletter
View online   Advertise
              from India Software






Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
From the Editor's Desk

Goa iron ore mining ban credit neutral for domestic steel companies; negative for pure iron ore players : India set to lose Rs 4000 crore in exports
The apex court's decision to ban iron ore mining in Goa effective from March 15 is seen as credit neutral for Vedanta Ltd and steel companies, but will be credit negative for pure iron ore players operating out of Goa. Experts believe Vedanta will see some impact on its revenues in the short to the medium term as India will lose nearly Rs 4000 crore or $600 million in exports Read More

Advertisers of the day
EMERITUS: Get future ready with the Digital Marketing course by Columbia Business School Executive Education
EMERITUS: Learn Digital Marketing from Prof. David Rogers, faculty at Columbia Business School Executive Education | Starts March 2018

Our advertisers help fund the daily operations of TradeBriefs. We request you to accept our promotional emails (B2B Decision-Makers, B2C Decision-Makers, TradeBriefs Premium).

Despite a bitter legal battle, Rajiv Bansal still grateful to Infosys

Once a blue-eyed boy, his exit changed the narrative of the nature of his association with Infosys. But Bansal doesn't shy away from giving credit to his former employer where it is due

Read More


Today's TradeBriefs Cartoon

‘Mindtree not keen on M A, but on creating solutions’

‘We are investing in training people and in partnering with academic institutions’

Read More
HCL Technologies signs deal with UK grocery retailer, Asda

HCL Technologies (HCL) has signed a deal with UK’s grocery retailer, Asda to drive its IT transformation.The three-year application services contract will see HCL transform Asda’s IT Application Servi

Read More
Wipro to amalgamate 4 units

Wipro has said that it plans to amalgamate four of its business entities into Wipro Limited, the parent company. In a notification to the exchanges, India’s third largest software exporter said that W

Read More
Messaging most popular online activity for Indian consumers: Survey

Messaging has emerged as the most popular online activity for Indian consumers, with a recent survey revealing that mobile users spend over 30 minutes on average daily on messaging applications.“Over

Read More
Walmart to shell out $800 million on Flipkart ESOP buyback

Walmart-backed Flipkart will offer its employees an opportunity to cash in on part of their stockholding in the company at $126-128 per share, according to an e-mail to staff.The e-mail, which follows

Read More
How gait analysis is helping the police

Law enforcement agencies are resorting to gait analysis in investigations where CCTVs have managed to capture the crime but not the face of the criminal

Read More
Got Skis? Love Software? Head to Utah's Silicon Slopes

Utah has become an increasingly attractive locale for startup types looking for a more affordable and family-friendly alternative to the Bay Area. We talk with local startup execs about why they call 'Silicon Slopes' home.

Read More
Infosys launches next-generation learning solution Wingspan

Analysts say professional IT services firms should create university-like environments to renew their talent pool.

Read More
Fanatics opens India tech centre in Hyderabad

The company partners some of the largest sporting operations and clubs in the world, including Real Madrid, Manchester United, Big Bash Cricket, NBA, ..

Read More
India's data localisation policy will benefit the startup ecosystem: Paytm

“This is the moment for us to support our nation and promote ‘Data Sovereignty’ over ‘Data Monopolisation,’ which is possible through data l..

Read More
State governments fast embracing AWS Cloud in India: Teresa Carlson

When it comes to Cloud adoption, state governments in India are quickly shifting their workloads to the platform -- even faster than the US state gove..

Read More
Aadhaar a boon to recover lost cards

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala is riding on its extensive penetration of Aadhaar to help rebuild the identity of people who have lost their valuable docum.

Read More
TradeBriefs Publications are read by over 10,00,000 Industry Executives
About Us  |  Advertise Privacy Policy    

You are receiving this mail because of your subscription with TradeBriefs.
Our mailing address is GF 25/39, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi 110008, India