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Indian police requests to Microsoft
By Sumir Singh

Tech giant Microsoft (MS) has released its 2012 Law Enforcement Requests Report. This is Microsoft’s first Law Enforcement Requests Report and provides data on the number of requests it received from law enforcement agencies world wide relating to MS online & cloud services and how Microsoft responded to those requests. All their major online services are covered in this report. More...

$10M Investment in Hyd, India
By Sumir Singh

Host Analytics, a leader in cloud-based enterprise performance management (EPM), today announced that it has expanded its Hyderabad R&D center and relocated to a new 12,500 square foot facility in HITEC city. It also named Anurag Garg as its new General Manager of Indian Operations.  Host Analytics projects India R&D investment of more than $10 Million over the next three years. More...

20% Indian women don’t want Net
By Sandhya

Intel has released a report on “Women and the Web,” unveiling concrete data on the enormous Internet gender gap in the developing world and the social and economic benefits of securing Internet access for women. To better understand the gender gap, Intel commissioned this study and consulted with the U.S. State Department , UN Women and World Pulse, a global network for women. More...

HCL Founder gifts Auditorium
By Ria Sharma

HCL is a $6.2 billion leading global technology and IT enterprise comprising two companies listed in India - HCL Technologies and HCL Infosystems. Founded in 1976, HCL is one of India's original IT garage start-ups. The HCL team consists of over 90,000 professionals of diverse nationalities, who operate in more than 31 countries including over 500 points of presence in India. More...

Accenture Best Outsourcing provider
By Ria Sharma

The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals, which has 120 thousand members and affiliates worldwide, has announced that Accenture has been named the world’s best outsourcing provider for the fifth consecutive year and KPMG topped the list of leading advisors to the industry in the 2012 Global Outsourcing 100 rankings. Indian giants Infy and HCL are in the Top 3. More...

Rediff honours Shwetak Patel
By Bala Shah

Shwetak Patel, known for his software which helps consumers conserve energy better, is well recognised in the field. He co-founded a residential energy monitoring start-up ‘Zensi’ in 2008 while in graduate school. Shwetak was nominated a Fellow at Microsoft Research Faculty in 2011 and later made a MacArthur Fellow.  Each MacArthur Fellow gets a no strings attached $500K grant. More...

Wipro, Cognizant on MS shortlist
By Bala Shah

Technology giant Microsoft exceeded market expectations by announcing revenue of $17.4 Billion in the last 3 months.  Millions of businesses and hundreds of millions of people buy Microsoft products every year, and many Microsoft Partners also get a share of the revenue rich pie. Microsoft has announced the winners and finalists of the 2012 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards. More...

4 Indian Teachers at Space Academy
By Pulkit Sharma

Four math and science teachers from India will join teachers from 19 countries as they embark on a learning adventure of a lifetime this June during the Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy program. Honeywell has awarded 185 scholarships to teachers to attend its simulated astronaut training and professional development program at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Alabama. More...

Infy and Wipro to train UK Interns
By Bala Shah

On May 10, 2012, my colleague Techgirl had written about Infosys hiring 100 British apprentices (Infy called them ‘Learners’) and would fly them to their Offices in India and train them in fields such as marketing, HR and more. Infosys said that it ‘will develop and support learners to achieve long-term employability through a combination of training and gainful employment.’ More...

Techie’s starting salary Rs 35L
By Hitesh Shetty

Arun Chaitanya is from the first B. Tech batch from the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad.  While most of his fellow techie students were given packages of Rs. 7-10 Lakhs as a starting salary, Arun, who has been hired by Japanese ERP giant Works Applications, starts his tech career in 2012 with a whopping Rs. 35 Lakhs salary package. TG caught up with Arun who told us More...

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