Slow Death Of An Internet Giant
The discontinuation of Microsoft’s iconic browser Internet Explorer was imminent, but it was long dead to the ones it had served for decades
Erick Massey - June 29, 2022
Along with a deeply reported analysis of the transformation of Facebook to Meta and its impact on India, we also dissect metaverse and what it can do to the subcontinent
Suchetana Ray - May 31, 2022
Big tech companies have the power to help citizens truly strengthen the wheels of democracy and wipe out memories of technology being weaponised
Suchetana Ray - December 31, 2021
Making India Look Cool
Microsoft started its India journey in 1990 with just one office in Hyderabad. Since then, the iconic IT company has changed with time — from being known as the Windows and Office pack to becoming a dominant cloud player
Nishant - December 31, 2021
Face-Off That Almost Killed Icertis
The co-founders of the SaaS unicorn were caught in a bitter clash. Only one of them was correct.
Kamalika Ghosh - August 31, 2021
Is the current ‘polarized’ market, the new normal?
In a liquidity fueled environment, the textbook definition of ‘value’ has long ceased to exist
September 30, 2020
"Give employees a platform to air their ideas or grievances"
Anant Maheshwari, president, Microsoft India on how to ensure fairness in an organisation
July 04, 2017
India Inc says the three words that changes everything. Hint: It is not what you think
Work from home — It’s not a favour for employees but an imperative for its survival
Shruti Venkatesh - May 09, 2020
Deepsync's AI can clone your voice without you speaking
The Delhi-based start-up has developed algorithms that can clone any voice with super accuracy
Shruti Venkatesh - April 23, 2020
"You learn best when you're thrown into the deep end"
Secret Diary of Ravi Venkatesan— Part 3
N Mahalakshmi - November 18, 2019