: IDC welcomes the Union Budget as a positive step forward in the government's efforts to revive the economy and promote economic growth. The emphasis on the infrastructure and manufacturing sectors is particularly welcome as these are foundational ... EFYTimes.com, 2 weeks ago
Budget 2014 to create Rs 4,000 cr opportunity for IT industry - Economic Times, 2 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, 1 month ago Piracy Can Cost 40 Times The Saving On Legal SW: IDC Light Reading India, 1 month ago Software Piracy Will Have Negative Impact On India's Exporters: IDC Channel Times, 1 month ago
HYDERABAD: Use of pirated software by a mid-sized company in India can expose it to an export loss of $35 million, while it would need to spend much lower on getting licensed software, said IDC. Across six countries of India, China, Brazil, Mexico, ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago Use of pirated software by mid-sized Indian Company can expose Co to export loss of $35 mn: IDC India Infoline, 1 month ago 'Use of pirated software by mid-sized cos could cause export loss of $35 mn' Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
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, 1 month 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, 1 month ago Software piracy reduction can generate $1.6 billion in India: IDC ProKerala.com, 1 month 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, 1 month ago Pirated Software May Cost India $35M Indiatimes, 1 month ago US new piracy law could harm Indian exports, says research firm Asian Age, 1 month ago Pirated software may lead to $35 mn export loss for mfg firms Business Standard India, 1 month ago
According to recent analysis and reports by IDC, an Indian medium sized manufacturing firm can lose up to US $35 million that is Rs 210 crore in its export revenues, if the company is using unlicensed software. This will be greatly affected by the ...ITvoir.com, 1 month ago Why Indian Exporting Manufacturers Should Use Clean IT IT Next, 3 weeks ago Indian manufacturers stand to lose $35 million due to software piracy: Study Livemint.com, 1 month ago Local manufacturers stand to lose $35 mn due to software piracy [Mint, New Delhi :: ] BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Your future smartphone may cost you 8 per cent extra! Smartphone enthusiasts may have to shell out extra bucks, following the latest budget. The govt. has proposed education cess on all imported electronic products. The decision may push the cost of ...EFYTimes.com, 1 week ago Budget 2014 Impact: Mobile Phone Prices May Go Up Silicon India, 2 weeks ago Telecom Budget: Will smartphone price go up? Telecom Lead, 2 weeks ago Budget impact: Mobile phone prices may go Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
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While scrapping of the Special Additional Duty (SAD) on imported personal computer (PC) components is expected to provide a level playing field by encouraging domestic manufacturing, industry watchers opine that the introduction of an education cess ...Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
: We bring you the reactions of the IT industry to the Indian budget received by us till 7.30 pm. We will update this piece as more reactons come in: ANALYSTS: Arup Roy, Research Director, Gartner India: From industry perspective, the policies ...India Tech Online, 2 weeks ago Budget 2014: IT Industry Reacts With Cautious Optimism CXOtoday, 2 weeks ago Union Budget 2014 Highlights: IT/ITES Sector CIO India, 2 weeks ago
In the last one month, many government departments and public sector undertakings have floated online tenders for IT software and hardware services. Photo: Mint New Delhi: With the new government pushing for e-governance, government agencies ...Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
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