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Techies ask Karnataka IT minister to prevent layoffs 24.6.2017 ET: Jobs
The union secretary also urged the state Labour Minister and Labour Commissioner to intervene in the interest of about one million employees in the state's IT industry.
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Inking carbon out of foul air 24.6.2017 Hindu: Home
A start-up has produced ink from soot emitted by vehicles, making it possible to cut pollution and promote art
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Capital tops third Smart City chart 24.6.2017 Hindu: Home
The State capital topped the chart in the third round of the Smart City Challenge focusing on improvement of the basic infrastructure for sustainable development of the core city area. The Thiruvanant...
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Meet ABB India's Sanjeev Sharma, human face of technology 23.6.2017 Business Standard: News Now
MD shares ways in which India can beat its job paradox and how technology can create a better world
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Audit finds no evidence of wrongdoing in Panaya deal: Infosys 23.6.2017 HBL: Gaming
In February 2015, Infosys had announced buying the Israeli automation technology company Panaya for Rs 1,250 crore in cash.
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Audit finds no evidence of wrongdoing in Panaya deal: Infosys 23.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Audit finds no evidence of wrongdoing in Panaya deal: Infosys
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Flipkart looks at hackathons for new solutions to engage people, grow biz 23.6.2017 All Companies Stories
Flipkart is looking at hackathons as a way to fast track innovations and build solutions that can be implemented in its business quickly. So far, the company says a little over a dozen such solutions have made it to production, born at hackathons over the past six years. The company's seventh such 24-hour annual hackathon will come to a close on Friday, with over a 100 solutions emerging from it. Flipkart says unlike other schemes to help engineers come up with new innovations, hackathons works best because they have fewer restrictions on what engineers can build. "It's an engagement program to empower our engineers to create something that excites them. Engineers have a green signal to take projects to production, get experimental data and then take a call on its viability. The teams just come together organically with their ideas," said Amar Nagaram, Engineering VP at Flipkart. The theme of innovations range from increasing customer impact, easing customer experience and ...
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Probe into Panaya deal finds no evidence of wrongdoing: Infosys 23.6.2017 All Companies Stories
Company had promised an investigation into claims by whistleblower in anonymous mail to Sebi
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Comfort is key 23.6.2017 Hindu: Leisure
In the wake of fast-changing technologies, corporates are designing rooms and furniture that adjust to people working either sitting, standing or in any other posture. M.A. Siraj looks at the outcome of the CoreNet meet in Bengaluru
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GST to make oil and gas business more expensive: Nitin Prasad, CEO, Shell India 23.6.2017 ET: Opinion
India is at the heart of a major strategy to tap into the energy transition underway globally and Shell has rolled out aggressive plans for expanding operations in natural gas and alternative fuel segments apart from the traditional fuel retailing business, Shell India CEO Nitin Prasad said in an interview with ETEnergyWorld.
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Shopping: It's no longer about offline or online 23.6.2017 Rediff: Business
Companies like Ace Turtle are helping brands enable omni-channel retail, bridging the offline and online gap. Abhishek Jejani reports.
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IT industry growth will remain weak - Times of India 23.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
IT industry growth will remain weak - Times of India
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Deemed forests: State to file affidavit in apex court 23.6.2017 Hindu: Home
The State Cabinet on Thursday approved filing an affidavit in the Supreme Court and the Central Empowered Committee (CWC) to leave out 4,98,991 hectares out of 17,52,919 hectares identified by distric...
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Emergency response service to be extended to all districts in Karnataka 22.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Karnataka government on Thursday decided to extend Namma 100, a re-christened and upgraded emergency response service Dial 100 of Bengaluru police, to all 30 districts in the state.
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SMAC, an emerging career in IT and startups for the millennials 22.6.2017 ET: Jobs
As the telecom revolution reaches the interiors, especially after the government's push for digital payments, no business would be able to succeed without this strategy.
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Demand for IoT talent surges 300% in 3 years 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com

The demand for IoT (Internet of Things) talent has surged by 304%, between 2014 and 2017, with companies like Cisco, IBM, Intel and Qualcomm counting as top employers in the segment, according to a recent report.


The report by predictive outbound hiring solution Belong's Talent Supply Index measures how competitive the market is for a given job by dividing the total number of people with relevant skills by the total number of active opportunities for that job.

According to the report, demand vastly outstrips supply for core AI, IoT and cloud talent. Managerial roles like engineering managers and Technology leads score a supply-negative 0.6 on the TSI, indicating companies will struggle to attract leadership talent and scale teams.

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Bengaluru: IT firm agrees to provide cab facility to female employees in night shift 22.6.2017 India Today| Must Read
An MNC with its office in Bengalauru had denied cab facility to its female employees for over two months. As India Today reported the case how the IT firm was flouting the rules laid down for safety of female employees, the company has mended its ways.
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Indian education system unable to respond to society’s changing needs: Survey 22.6.2017 ET: Education
A majority of Indian executives surveyed in the study said that the quality and quantity of skills in the Indian workforce are at least comparable to those of other countries.
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Lawsuit filed against Infosys in US 22.6.2017 TOI: Home
A former head of immigration at IT major Infosys in the US has filed a lawsuit against the company, accusing it of "discrimination" against non-South Asian employees, and demanded a trial by jury.
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Bengaluru: Impersonation, identity theft most common cyber crimes 22.6.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
NCRB pegged the number of cyber crimes reported in Bengaluru at 1,041
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