Cisco India rejigs top deck as head Jeff White resigns

Jeff White, Cisco’s President and Country Manager for India and SAARC region has quit. White had moved to India in January 2013 replacing Naresh Wadhwa, who had spent almost fifteen years... »

Dialling the wrong number again

The bid to make telecom tower companies move to a revenue-share regime is absurd.. »

Don’t be afraid of Facebook

When the PRISM story came out in public it sounded like the US government had access to information of all users on Facebook and this was false: Joe Sullivan »

For your eyes only? Hardly!

Privacy laws must spell out the conditions under which a Net user’s account can be monitored — with full legal rights to challenge it. »

BlackBerry India MD’s exit may dampen BB10 party

‘No reasons given yet for resignation’ »

Messing up on spectrum, again

With the Government sacrificing public interest in pursuit of political mileage and revenue, the consumer has lost out. »

The smartphone challengers

Global brands like HTC and Lenovo are gearing up for a pitched battle to break the dominance of Samsung and Nokia in the Indian smartphone market »

The party’s over for telecom users

With competition losing intensity, the Big 3 of the telecom industry are less wary of hiking call rates. »

From 2G to flopji

Thursday, January 10, 2008: There was total pandemonium at Sanchar Bhawan, the office of the Department of Telecom. Representatives of wannabe telecom companies literally got into fistfigh... »

Getting spectrum pricing right

The Government needs to iron out flaws in the auction design – and not reject the auction process. »
Pages: «    ›  »

Comments to: Copyright © 2015, The Hindu Business Line.