Despite global economic challenges, enterprises will continue to invest in Information Technology (IT) with IT spending in India projected to grow 9.1% at $79.8 billion (Rs 4,154.79 billion) in 2012.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India's largest IT company, is looking to hedge against the rising rupee. HT reports.
Hiring has become a major concern for human resource management in the BPO industry as it grapples with the perennial problem of attrition.
Every few miles on the road from New Delhi to Agra, there’s a cellphone tower and a fresh-looking building. And the sign out front invariably says “school” — engineering school, biotechnology school, English-language school, business school, computer school...
Acer, one of the world’s largest computer makers, sees huge potential in smaller towns of India and expects as much as 50% of PC sales coming from cities other than the country’s top 76 cities by 2013.
India’s top three IT companies TCS, Infosys and Wipro are likely grow in double digits at least over the next few years, faster than the global industry average, credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a report.
IT major Infosys plans to add 600 employees to its Singapore operations to take advantage of the shift in investments from the US and Europe to Asia, The Straits Times reported on Thursday.
The defining image of India's outsourcing boom has long been aroom full of English-speaking graduates sporting American-sounding first names and working the phones through the night.
Communications and IT minister Kapil Sibal wants the $76-billion Indian IT industry to grow more than threefold and be worth $300 billion by 2020. Shrenik Avlani reports.
Thousands of jobs are likely to be generated in the IT sector in West Bengal in the next few years, with key players like Infosys, Cognizant and Accenture playing a major role, state IT Minister Partha Chatterjee said on Friday.
Worldwide PC sales growth is estimated to be 352 million units this year, just 3.8% increase from 2010 and much lower than the earlier projection, according to IT research and advisory firm Gartner Inc.
Reliance Communications on Thursday said it has received a Rs. 1,400 crore order from financial lender HDFC Bank for construction and maintenance of a data centre.
The Japanese electronics and telecommunications giant, Hitachi, has upped the ante for its business expansion in India as it eyes to double revenues from the country and is keen to acquire firms to grab marketshare in a short span of time. Vivek Sinha reports.
We often discuss books or TV shows. Do we spend a lot of time discussing the material the the paper is made of or the kind of silicon used in the TV screen? N Madhavan writes.
The government today expressed disappointment over China not fulfilling its promise to import more IT, ITeS and pharma products, which could help reduce the hugely-tilted trade imbalance favouring Beijing.