5G connections globally will reach 1.3 billion by 2025: GSMA

5G connections globally will reach 1.3 billion by 2025: GSMA

The number of 5G connections globally will reach 1.3 billion by 2025, covering 40 percent of the world’s population or approximately 2.7 billion people.
Pradipto Chakrabarty, Regional Director, CompTIA

Digital Footprint in the age of Facebook, Twitter and Google: Here’s how you can manage it

Digital footprints left by you can be very wide but fortunately, now there are tools that can help you manage the quantity and type of information you share online.
Jenna K Kelly is co-founder of SpeakUp4.com.

EU Copyright Directive: EU Articles 11 and 13 are new challenge for American tech firms

Under Articles 11 and 13, an online platform that allows a user to organize content, or tell a story with art and sources, must either keep that content private or provide extensive automation for copyright management.
MWC America 2018: Accenture bets on 5G, launches new services

MWC America 2018: Accenture bets on 5G, launches new services

With the growing push of telecom companies towards 5G technology, the consulting firm Accenture has launched '5G Acceleration Services'.
SOLIDWORKS 2019 to enhance 3D design and engineering applications: Dassault Systèmes

SOLIDWORKS 2019 to enhance 3D design and engineering applications: Dassault Systèmes

will deliver enhancements and new functionalities to improve the product development process and to get products into production faster, said Dassault Systèmes.
Infosys to acquire Salesforce consulting partner in Nordics region Fluido

Infosys to acquire Salesforce consulting partner in Nordics region Fluido

With offices in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Slovakia, Fluido elevates Infosys’ presence across the Nordics region
SYSKA, Suyin and Biometronic to set up India’s first camera module factory with investment of Rs 200 crore

SYSKA, Suyin and Biometronic to setup India’s first camera module factory with investment of Rs 200 crore

SYSKA Group in partnership with Biometronic and Suyin Optronics will set up India’s first camera module factory.
Forcepoint sets up new unit to focus on critical infrastructure business

Forcepoint sets up new unit to focus on critical infrastructure business

Forcepoint said it would offer a portfolio of integrated, behavioral-based cybersecurity products with content relevant for the industrial space, focusing initially on network security solutions.
Cisco CEO and Chairman Chuck Robbins with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. (Photo: PIB)

Cisco signs agreements with NITI Aayog and BSNL to work on e-Gov, Smart Cities, 5G, IoT

After completion of 50 projects in phase one, Cisco has signed two agreements with the NITI Aayog and BSNL as part of the next phase of CDA in India.
IBM bags 10 year IaaS business from Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail to manage IT infra

IBM bags 10 year IaaS business from Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail to manage IT infra

IBM said that Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail (ABFRL) has expanded its existing relationship with the company.
Reliance Jio selects Hughes JUPITER System for satellite connectivity

Reliance Jio selects Hughes JUPITER System for satellite connectivity

Under the agreement with Jio, Hughes India will provide a managed service to include network planning, implementation, operation and maintenance.
Tech Mahindra, AT&T, Linux Foundation and GCAS come together for global AI challenge to find solutions for climate change

Tech Mahindra, AT&T, Linux Foundation and GCAS come together for global AI challenge to find solutions for climate change

Tech Mahindra has partnered with the GCAS to launch 'AI4Action', a global AI challenge aimed at finding solutions for climate change.
WinMagic delivers enterprise-class managed full drive encryption solution for Linux

WinMagic delivers enterprise-class managed full drive encryption solution for Linux

The encryption and key management solution provider WinMagic said that it has recently delivered the first known enterprise-class managed full drive encryption solution for Linux.
Nutanix bags its largest deal, a $20 million contract from U.S Defense

Nutanix bags its largest deal, a $20 million contract from U.S Defense

Nutanix said that it has closed the largest deal in company history in Q4 of fiscal 2018, worth more than $20 million with an agency in the U.S. Department of Defense.
Mumbai-based data analytics startup Propstack gets selected for Colliers Proptech Accelerator Class of 2018

Mumbai-based data analytics startup Propstack gets selected for Colliers Proptech Accelerator Class of 2018

Mumbai-based Propstack, a data & analytics company that helps predict real estate market trends is one of the selected participants for Colliers Proptech Accelerator.
With SAP Ariba as its digital procurement platform and SAP S/4HANA as its core, Burger King can consolidate and control spend across all major categories

Burger King relies on SAP for Digital Transformation: Here’s why

Burger King uses uses cloud-based procurement applications and business network of SAP Ariba alongside SAP S/4HANA.
Arun Ghosh to lead KPMG Blockchain in USA

Arun Ghosh to lead KPMG Blockchain in USA

KPMG LLP has announced a blockchain leadership to drive and expand the firm's blockchain strategy across its core lines of business - Tax, Audit, Advisory and Industries.
AI-driven startup AutoGrid raises $32 million Series D funding

AI-driven startup AutoGrid raises $32 million Series D funding

AI-driven energy management firm AutoGrid announced the $32 million Series D funding secured from CLP Holdings Group, innogy, Ørstead, Tenaska and others.