First Casualty Of Donald Trump’s Win? eBay Sacks India Product Team

Online marketplace eBay will shut its global development centre in Bengaluru, laying off staff and taking back work to Silicon Valley on the day Donald Trump got elected as the 45th President of United States on promise of bringing back jobs home.

Facebook Results Deliver More Bad News For Newspapers

Sure, Facebook increasing its quarterly profit to over $2 billion in the three months ended 30 June, a mere six months after it hit $1 billion is significant, but there’s something even more important in the numbers presented by the company’s founder-chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday. And that’s an inflection point that highlights even more troubled days for print media companies.

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India/Amazon si Google in India

Giganții de pe Internet Google și Amazon și-a exprimat interesul de a organiza centre de afaceri în India, motivați de creșterea masivă a numărului de useri de internet din India. Ambele companii plănuiesc să angajeze mii de indieni în următorii ani și să seteze un trend pe care alte companii de internet din SUA să le poată urma. 

Google Inc and Amazon.com, Inc. Expand In India

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)(NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) are scaling up their operations in India to take advantage of the available opportunities. For this, both  companies chose Hyderabad, a city in the Southern part of India, to expand their presence. The government is encouraging digital communications and leading the way  moving towards it. The economy also provides sufficient room for the two companies to grow.

Google And Amazon Chalk Out Big Plans For India

Google revealed about building its largest campus in Hyderabad instead of U.S. the search giant’s largest site would spread on an area of 2m square feet and expects to accommodate 13,000 workers. This centre in India is estimated to be complete by 2019, reports Business Insider.

Google and Amazon betting big on India – Indian Retailer

Online retailer Amazon and Global search engine Google are betting big on the Indian online market.Besides, they are interested in setting up their centers in India, which has a unique market with internet user growth. The companies will generate more employment and change the course for the internet multinationals in the country.

Google and Amazon have big plans for India – Business Insider

Search engine Google and online retailer Amazon are interested in setting up their centers in India, which has a unique market with internet user growth. The companies will generate more employment and change the course for the internet multinationals in the country.

Internet MNCs like Google, Amazon up the game in India – ET Retail

Last fortnight, Google announced the setting up of its largest campus outside the US, in Hyderabad. The 2m square feet facility, the first companyowned premises by the search giant in Asia, is expected to house 13,000 employees when it’s ready in 2019.

Internet companies like Google, Amazon up the game in India – ET Telecom

Last fortnight, Google announced the setting up of its largest campus outside the US, in Hyderabad. The 2m square feet facility, the first companyowned premises by the search giant in Asia, is expected to house 13,000 employees when it’s ready in 2019.

Internet MNCs like Google, Amazon up the game in India – Economic Times

Last fortnight, Google announced the setting up of its largest campus outside the US, in Hyderabad. The 2m square feet facility, the first companyowned premises by the search giant in Asia, is expected to house 13,000 employees when it’s ready in 2019.

Next Level Is Banking By Video-Conferencing

Visiting your neighbourhood bank branch may soon be a thing of the past. With technology advancement taking place in leaps and bounds, banks are now following customers away from the 9 to 5 shift.

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Watch Sanchit Vir Gogia talk on Missed Call Economy

There are more than 900 million mobile phone users in India – but most of them are on a tight budget and so they do what they can to keep the costs down. Companies have found a way they can encourage people to get in touch with them – without having to foot the bill for the call. The potential customer rings and then hangs up. The company then returns the call, knowing the caller has expressed an interest.

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Watch Sanchit Vir Gogia talk on Missed Call Economy on BBC World

There are more than 900 million mobile phone users in India – but most of them are on a tight budget and so they do what they can to keep the costs down. Companies have found a way they can encourage people to get in touch with them – without having to foot the bill for the call. The potential customer rings and then hangs up. The company then returns the call, knowing the caller has expressed an interest.

Twitter’s acquisition of ZipDial: Good times are ahead for Indian startups

How cool is it to take the indigenous idea of a small, humble, cost effective and convenient missed call, turn it into a business and make a hefty profit out of it. And then get snapped up by one of the biggest social networking sites around.

This is exactly what ZipDial achieved. Coming into prominence with its implementation of missed calls for user verification, alerts and other uses, Bangalore-based mobile and analytics company ZipDial has engaged nearly 60 million users with hundreds of marketer clients. Enough for Twitter to sit up and take notice and seal a deal pegged at $30 to $40 million.

Desi startups : dont Look now, but global biggies are checking you out

How cool is it to take the indigenous idea of a small, humble, cost effective and convenient missed call, turn it into a business and make a hefty profit out of it. And all this while being snapped up by one of the biggest social networking sites. This is exactly what ZipDial achieved today.

Desi startups: Don’t look now, but global biggies are checking you out : Firstpost

How cool is it to take the indigenous idea of a small, humble, cost effective and convenient missed call, turn it into a business and make a hefty profit out of it. And all this while being snapped up by one of the biggest social networking sites. This is exactly what ZipDial achieved today.

Coming into prominence with its implementation of missed calls for user verification, alerts and other use cases, Bangalore-based mobile and analytics company ZipDial has engaged nearly 60 million users with hundreds of marketer clients. Enough for Twitter to sit up and take notice and seal the deal pegged at $30 to $40 million.

Desi startups: Don’t look now, but global biggies are checking you out

How cool is it to take the indigenous idea of a small, humble, cost effective and convenient missed call, turn it into a business and make a hefty profit out of it. And all this while being snapped up by one of the biggest social networking sites. This is exactly what ZipDial achieved today.

Coming into prominence with its implementation of missed calls for user verification, alerts and other use cases, Bangalore-based mobile and analytics company ZipDial has engaged nearly 60 million users with hundreds of marketer clients. Enough for Twitter to sit up and take notice and seal the deal pegged at $30 to $40 million.

#GreyhoundInMedia: IBM (@IBM), Twitter (@twitter) data deal will help Indian firms cut costs #Press #Media @BW

The International Business Machine Corp. (IBM) move to offer Twitter data as part of select cloud-based services will especially help mid-sized Indian firms reduce capital expenditure when investing in social, mobility, cloud and analytics (SMAC) technologies, say experts, while helping IBM strengthen its SMAC service offerings to clients worldwide.

#GreyhoundInMedia: IBM (IBM), Twitter (@twitter) data deal will help Indian firms cut costs #Press #Media @Mint

The International Business Machine Corp. (IBM) move to offer Twitter data as part of select cloud-based services will especially help mid-sized Indian firms reduce capital expenditure when investing in social, mobility, cloud and analytics (SMAC) technologies, say experts, while helping IBM strengthen its SMAC service offerings to clients worldwide. On 15 July, IBM had announced an exclusive partnership with Apple Inc. to introduce a new class of business apps, bringing IBM’s big data and analytics capabilities to the iPhone and iPad in a bid to capture the enterprise mobility market.

#GreyhoundInMedia: The Social CIO #Press #Media

Enterprise technology decision makers are increasingly leveraging social network and technologies to foster growth in their organisations. Social technologies are playing a major role in fostering growth among organisations and enterprise technology decision makers are leveraging social networks in numerous innovative ways. There are some key verticals like BFSI, telecom, retail and hospitality which is using social technologies to reach out to their customers. Interacting with the customers on a regular basis allows enterprises to know their requirements and this helps in coming up with offers or products that are liked by the customers.

Time For Social Media Users To Grow

Is social media a boon or a bane? This is one of the most challenging questions that many of us have faced in recent times. The answer may be different to each of us, based on our own perspectives and usage behaviors.

Tweet-Up on ‘The C-Suite Guide to social media adoption’ – Join The Conversation!

Join Greyhound Research and other esteemed panelists for a tweet-up on  ‘The C-Suite Guide to social media adoption’.

From Transactions to Contextual Engagement: Strategy Please?

“Competitive differentiation depends on pervasive customer engagement in a business environment that is proactive, innovative, agile and people-centric. Using Tom Peters’ principles such as “bias for action,” every person in your organization should be empowered to deliver maximum value to the customer at every moment. Where big data is concerned, experience optimization, next best action, stream computing and self-service contextual analytics can be key components in an action-biased culture that delivers continuous customer satisfaction.” [Adapted from Big Data As a Strategic Asset: Got Guru?]

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