Bengaluru Most Hospitable To Tech Startups: Study

India is home to the third largest number for tech startups in the world, after US and UK, according to a report. In association with Thought Arbitrage Research Institute, Assocham revealed that Bengaluru is host to the largest share of technology driven startups, followed by Delhi NCR and Mumbai while Hyderabad and Chennai are also quite popular among the techies who are budding entrepreneurs. Read Also: Oracle Announces List of Selected Startups For Its Accelerator Program The study, done in association with the ‘Thought Arbitrage’, found that in the technology driven...

Worldwide Information Security Spending To Reach USD 81.6 Bn

Worldwide spending on information security products and services will reach USD 81.6 billion in 2016, an increase of 7.9 per cent over 2015, according to the latest forecast from Gartner. Consulting and IT outsourcing are currently the largest categories of spending on information security. Until the end of 2020, the highest growth is expected to come from security testing, IT outsourcing and data loss prevention (DLP). Preventive security will continue to show strong growth, as many security practitioners continue to have a buying preference for preventive measures. However, solutions such...

SMBs Need Services Along With Hardware

It has been a myth earlier by Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) that latest technology is a concern for a big corporate only. Apparently, more than 70 per cent of the SMBs were into the businesses because they were supposed to be there. The small entrepreneurs who took the businesses forward as a tradition followed the same old school methods to do businesses.The SMBs have large targets, huge client list and lots of data to work with. In the era of cut throat competition, increasing efficiency and reducing cost are...

Gujarat CM Announces New IT Start Up Policy

In an effort to promote new age technology-based business ventures in the State, the Gujarat government, on Sunday, unveiled a new policy announcing a slew of measures for new start-ups. Chief Minister, Anandiben Patel announced her government’s new policy for promotion of information technology (IT) and electronic start-ups, envisaging setting up of 50 incubators to provide leadership and facilities to 2,000 start-ups over the next five years. About 10 lakh square feet of space will be developed for incubators, targeting investment to the tune of Rs. 7,000 crore and creation...
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