Saheli Sen Gupta

Journalist
IDG Media

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Over 4,000 UK, US and Australia government sites infected by global crypto-mining malware
On Sunday, thousands of websites, including UK’s Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) and National Health Service (NHS), and USA’s court information portal, were hacked for…
The connected era: How the manufacturing industry will adopt and adapt to IoT
By 2020, more than 20 billion connected things will be used across the globe, says research firm Gartner. Research firm IDC predicts a total spend on IoT to reach USD 772 billion…
Indian enterprise suffers from the innovator's dilemma: Benjamin Henshall, Red Hat
"Open source projects are like children; no two projects are exactly the same, with different communities, structures, governance and contributors," says Benjamin Henshall,…
Container technology will re-imagine the application landscape: Ravi Pinto, Oracle
Companies are slowly envisioning themselves as technology companies, says Ravi Pinto, director – product management, Oracle Cloud Platform and Cloud Machine. Companies are slowly…
Will millennials become a security threat with enterprise rapidly adopting mobile?
A generation far more adept with newer technologies, millennials also pose greater cybersecurity risks with their preference of using the same devices for both personal and…
Nandan Nilekani 2.0 at Infosys?
After a tumultuous week at Infosys following formet CEO and MD Vishal Sikka’s resignation on August 18, the company’s share price had slipped below Rs 900 for the first time in…
Vishal Sikka’s journey at Infosys
In June 2014, when Dr. Vishal Sikka was appointed the CEO and MD of Infosys, India’s second largest IT services company, he was tasked to reshape the company’s business model. The…
Following accusations of unethical practices, Swiggy CEO debunks claims
Another day, another blog and yet another startup in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. The startup industry already came under a lot of fire earlier this year, bringing to…
M365 Business means free Windows 10 upgrades, but for business only
Microsoft has confirmed that upgrade licenses to Windows 10 Pro that businesses obtain from the free preview of Microsoft 365 Business (M365) will remain in place. That's true…