Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Bhaskar Pramanik, chairman, Microsoft India said shutting of Chennai plant is unlikely to tamper the company's plans as it was never the part of the acquisition and hence, it will have no impact Money Control, 3 weeks ago
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THE HINDU Microsoft India chairman Bhaskar Pramanik at the TiE Entrepreneurial Summit (TES) that concluded in Hyderabad on Friday. - Photo: Mohammed Yousuf TOPICS Microsoft India chairman Bhaskar Pramanik says software firms should leverage ...The Hindu, 1 month ago Microsoft launches Women in Tech Initiative to Attract & Retain Talent in the Indian IT industry Web Newswire, 1 month ago RIL's GenNext Ventures, Microsoft set up innovation hubs The Hindu, 1 month ago NIIT to partner Microsoft to train women for IT industry Chennai Online, 4 weeks ago
A brand new series on CNBC-TV18 puts the spotlight on the transformative role of technology in enabling business and accelerating growth. Through the series we will be looking at different sectors and themes where information technology is helping ...Moneycontrol.com, 1 week ago
Microsoft is planning to offer its cloud services - Azure and Office 365 in India from local datacenters by the end of 2015, the company has said. The offering is expected to accelerate public and hybrid cloud adoption significantly in India. ...SearchCIO.in, 3 weeks ago Microsoft to tap India cloud market Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Microsoft will go local for cloud hosting services in India: CEO Nadella India Tech Online, 1 month ago MS to Float Local Data Centres for Commercial Cloud Services New Indian Express, 1 month ago
NIIT said that it will partner with Microsoft India on its 'Women in Tech' initiative, designed to provide, attract and retain women talent in the IT industry. According to a company release, NIIT will utilize its nationwide network to train and ...Individual.com, 3 weeks ago NIIT to partner Microsoft for 'women in Tech' initiative Equity Bulls, 3 weeks ago NIIT To Partner Microsoft For Women In ... EFYTimes.com, 4 weeks ago
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Microsoft is planning to establish Azure data centers in India to provide cloud services inside the country from local facilities, the company announced Tuesday. The company's CEO Satya Nadella made the announcement while on a visit to New Delhi, ...Data Center Knowledge, 1 month ago
g other things aims to train and mentor women IT professionals. Recently, Microsoft announced its plans to train and mentor one million women students, women IT professionals and women entrepreneurs in the next 12 months in India. NIIT will be the ...Business Standard India, 4 weeks ago Microsoft joins hands with NIIT to train women IT professionals in India India TV, 4 weeks ago
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Microsoft on Tuesday (30 September) announced new additions to its YouthSpark programme. 50 lakh Indian youth will have access to free cloud-based Microsoft Office software. A host of low cost devices and ...Businessworld India, 1 month ago
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks at Talent India 2014 Conference in New Delhi. Photograph: Vijay Kumar Joshi/PTI Live as if it's your last day, but learn as if you have to live forever, said Satya Nadella, the India-born Chief Executive of global software giant Microsoft while interacting with students in New Delhi. At an interactive event with students, Nadella, who is on his maiden visit to India after taking over as the CEO of the US-headquartered firm, said one should be ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella pushes for public, hybrid cloud adoption in India Financial Express, 1 month ago Satya Nadella is taking his mobile-first, cloud-first vision to #AccelerateIndia Windows Phone Central, 1 month ago
When Avinash Vashistha, left Nortel in 1999 to start a tech consultancy in Silicon Valley, he thought he had left the job scene behind him. That was not to be. His firm was bought over by global consulting firm Accenture in 2010 and Vashistha was ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
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