New Delhi: A reduction in usage of pirated software in the manufacturing sector by 10 percentage points over the next four years can generate $1.6 billion revenue for India and can also add 15,000 jobs as well, a white paper issued by the ... Weekly Voice, 3 weeks ago
Reduction in software piracy by 10 percent in the manufacturing sector can generate USD 1.6 billion revenue for India in over four years, finds IDC - Information Week India, 3 weeks ago
Software piracy reduction can generate $1.6 billion in India: IDC - ProKerala.com, 4 weeks ago
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Piracy may cost India's Manufacturing Sector Upto 40 Times Their Saving On Legal Software Costs, Say IDC
Against the backdrop of the Law Against Unfair Competition in the United States, International Data Corporation (IDC) unveiled a whitepaper on the possible risk for India's manufacturing sector due to non-compliance with clean IT practices.Dataquest, 3 weeks ago Piracy Can Cost 40 Times The Saving On Legal SW: IDC Light Reading India, 3 weeks ago Software Piracy Will Have Negative Impact On India's Exporters: IDC Channel Times, 3 weeks ago
IDC study says non-compliance could put to risk nearly $790 bn worth of exports in 2014 across six countries of India, China, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey and Thailand Press Trust of India | New Delhi June 27, 2014 Last Updated at 00:10 IST Related News ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago Use of pirated software by mid-sized Indian Company can expose Co to export loss of $35 mn: IDC India Infoline, 4 weeks ago 'Use of pirated software by mid-sized cos could cause export loss of $35 mn' Hindu Business Line, 4 weeks ago
Users of counterfeit software have one-in-three chance of encountering malware, while lost productivity from using unsupported software is the other implication. Sharing Rating You have already rated this A A A Related articles The 3rd ...IT Next, 3 weeks ago Indian manufacturers stand to lose $35 million due to software piracy: Study Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago Local manufacturers stand to lose $35 mn due to software piracy [Mint, New Delhi :: ] BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago
BANGALORE: Free pirated software used by Indian manufacturers could cost them a lot more than the savings from purchasing an authentic copy of the software. A new study by market research firm IDC finds that use of pirated software by a mid-sized ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
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If there's one company that has consistently surprised Indian consumers by challenging their long-held perception about Korean brands being 'cheap', it is Samsung. Experts and competitors alike say Samsung's innovations in the mobile phone space and ...Smart Investor, 1 month ago
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