Jun 14, 2017 - Infosys, Wipro and other IT companies exploring 'uberisation of workforce' : Will it help?

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One researcher concludes that the average PowerPoint slide contains 40 words. From the beginning of Pichai's presentation (at the 2017 Google developers conference), it took about 12 slides to reach 40 words. The slides were mostly photos and animations. When text did appear, it showed up as a few words to describe the photo or image. For example, Pichai's first slide had seven logos for Google's primary products (Search, YouTube, Android, etc.) and the following text: "1 Billion+ Users." The point of the slide was to explain that Google's products each attract more than 1 billion monthly users. More on how to make effective powerpoint presentations here

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