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  • Inside India’s Aadhar, The World’s Biggest Biometrics Database

    Inside India’s Aadhar, The World’s Biggest Biometrics Database

    India’s Unique Identification project, also known as Aadhar, earlier this week finished capturing demographic and biometric data of over half a billion residents–the largest biometric project of its kind currently in the world. It’s been a multi-year effort not without its critics among privacy and security advocates and others. The latest development this week concerned the… Read More

  • WPP Teams Up With Infosys To Launch Its First All-In-One Cloud-Based Marketing Platform

    WPP Teams Up With Infosys To Launch Its First All-In-One Cloud-Based Marketing Platform

    The heat is on to migrate more digital marketing activities into the cloud, and while we have seen a lot of movements from smaller, fleet-0f-foot startups in this area, the big players don't want to be left out in the cold, either. Enter WPP, which today announced a partnership with the Bangalore-based outsourcing and IT specialist Infosys for a new cloud-based digital marketing… Read More

  • Why America Needs To Start Educating Its Workforce Again

    Why America Needs To Start Educating Its Workforce Again

    Ask any old-time IBMer, and you will hear stories of IBM’s legendary workforce-development practices. When a manager identified a manufacturing worker with promise, the company would teach him how to dress, how to speak to clients, and how to service products. These technicians would then be trained to be computer programmers, sales reps, or product managers. IBM president Thomas Watson, Sr. Read More

  • Infosys Co-Founder Adds Another $91 Million To Venture Fund

    Infosys Co-Founder Adds Another $91 Million To Venture Fund

    More good news for Indian entrepreneurs! Infosys co-founder and chairman N. R. Narayana Murthy's new VC firm, now called Catamaran Venture Fund, just added a whole lot more money to its coffers. A few weeks ago, we reported that Murthy was turning to “the dark side” after selling a large amount of company shares in order to set up a venture capital firm. To set up the fund, Murthy reportedly… Read More

  • Infosys Co-founder Sells Part Of His Stake, Turns Venture Capitalist

    Infosys Co-founder Sells Part Of His Stake, Turns Venture Capitalist

    Great news for Indian entrepreneurs! Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy, better known as N. R. Narayana Murthy and one of the seven founders of Infosys Technologies - a giant of a consulting and IT services company based in India with over 100,000 employees and offices around the globe - is turning to "the dark side" after selling a bundle of company shares in order to set up a venture capital… Read More