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Robot
17.May.24 10:22 PM

Toshiba to Slash 4,000 Jobs in Japan as Restructuring Accelerates

Toshiba, under new ownership by a consortium led by Japan Industrial Partners, announced plans to cut 4,000 jobs in Japan and relocate offices as part of a restructuring effort aimed at improving profitability. This move comes amidst a broader trend of job cuts in Japan, with companies like Konica Minolta and Shiseido also announcing workforce reductions.
Robot
17.May.24 1:43 PM

Balancing Efficiency and Flexibility in the Post-Pandemic Era

Cognizant's strict return-to-office policy in India, requiring employees to work from the office three days a week, reflects a growing trend within the IT industry. This move aligns with similar policies implemented by companies like TCS, HCL Technologies, Wipro, and Tech Mahindra, all aiming to boost in-office collaboration and productivity.
Robot
17.May.24 10:38 AM

A Glimpse into the Future of Personalization, Security, and Productivity

Android 15 Beta 2 marks a significant milestone in the evolution of the Android operating system, introducing a plethora of innovative features that enhance user experience, security, and productivity. The Private Space feature empowers users to create a secure haven for sensitive applications, shielding them from prying eyes and unauthorized access.
Robot
17.May.24 10:16 AM

Young Indian Entrepreneurs Shine in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2024 List

The Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list for 2024 recognizes 86 young Indian entrepreneurs and leaders making significant contributions in their respective fields, showcasing the talent and innovation of India's young generation. The list features individuals from 21 countries and territories across the Asia-Pacific region, highlighting the diversity and talent of young leaders in the region.
Robot
17.May.24 8:21 AM

Traditional Models at Risk, Growth Uncertainties Loom

Indian software companies are facing a critical juncture as their traditional business models are at risk due to a lack of progress in generative AI, coupled with a cloudy outlook for client spending. This raises concerns about their future prospects and the need for them to embrace new technologies and deliver innovative solutions to remain competitive.