As we enter the next decade of technological transformation, we must focus on reaping the full benefits of this era through robust investments in R&D and innovation, as well as increased capex for skill-based education.
It will take a collaborative effort by the government, educational establishments, and industry to achieve India’s education targets. Initiatives such as the National Education Policy and integrated and collaborative digital learning platforms are a step in that direction
In an exclusive exchange with Business Today around the Indian IT sector, Menon said, “Every business will need to evolve to become a creator and not just a consumer of talent and unlock the potential of people by combining the power of technology and human abilities.”
E-commerce has become popular in smaller towns and cities (Tier - 2,3,4, and beyond) with the continuing rise in smartphone penetration and digital literacy. Consumers prefer the convenience of having things delivered to their doorstep. E-retail growth has provided sellers, including those in small cities, access to a broader shopper base.
Skilling employees and clients has always been an important area of focus for the top IT firms in India Infosys. Employees are expected to augment their skills regularly so they can excel in their careers and undertake a deeper refresh of skills every couple of years.
From modeling to films and more, Lisa Ray’s career has been spread all over the world and across multiple genres. She now enters the world of digital art and NFTs with The Upside Space, a platform for artists of South Asia. She spoke with Business Today about her fresh start.
The upcoming budget is important not only from an economic point of view but also has political significance given the General Elections in May 2024. Logically, the ruling party would not want to rock the boat ahead of elections. So do not expect any pathbreaking reforms or policy announcements in this Budget.
The crux of the outlook is that geopolitical tensions will continue to shape the global economy, and that further monetary tightening can be expected, including in the United States of America (USA) and Europe.
Gokulnath opines that in a world that is increasingly technology-based and requires strong problem-solving skills, an entrepreneurial mindset will be the new key to success in the 21st-century workforce
By 2047, Indian cities will be the hubs of economic activities, learning, culture, and innovation. With more than 80 per cent of global GDP generated in cities, India has an immense opportunity to shape the future of the global economy.
At the core, employee experience is linked to every interaction and touch point the employee experiences through their association with the company. Here are some key factors to keep in mind when speaking about this issue
V. Vaidyanathan is a man with many lives. He can strum the guitar, croon to a track from The Scorpions, and is known for his philanthropy. Amongst all these, he also transformed India’s NBFC space. This is his story.
To be true to the ESG ideal, enterprises should be guided by its spirit of governance, rather than just the law. It means going beyond protecting data privacy and confidentiality to consider the ethics of using a technology solution that might be seen as invasive or find ways to use Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Big Data Analytics more responsibly
Old technologies are now continually transforming. Online connectivity speeds have increased from 2G to 5G, legacy software is becoming SaaS, and security systems have pivoted from passwords to face detection and motion sensors. As we look forward to 2023, here are some trends that shall impact businesses worldwide
We can already see this in instances where digital solutions have been skillfully harnessed to connect students to teachers, resources, content, expertise, and learning experiences that empower and inspire them.
"When my time came, I felt tongue tied, staring at the man I had idolised since my school days; his eyes seemed bloodshot, there may even have been a whiff of alcohol in the air," writes Udayan Mukherjee.