Shubhra Rishi

Special Correspondent
IDG Media

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Over 450 Indian Developers Flock to the FbStart Event in Bangalore
FbStart is a new initiative by the popular social network which promises to provide startups with an exclusive community, worldwide events, mentorship from Facebook, and up to $80,000 in free tools and services. Facebook is in India to promote the initiative and is hosting events in Bangalore and Gurgaon over the next two days, targetted at Indian mobile startups and developers.
'There's something wrong if your organization doesn't have a CISO yet'

The former Gartner fellow and Chief Evangelist at Metric Stream, French Caldwell tells us about what's the worst that can happen to organizations with little or no GRC guidelines.

Mahindra Group Maps Mobility with an App

Mahindra Group has launched an all-purpose mobile app, a company-wide initiative, to improve mobility adoption by its employees.

Do Top IT Companies in India Hire Autistic Adults?

Can adults with Austim Spectrum Disorder (ASD) land a job at one of the top IT recruiters in India? We tried to find out.

'IRCTC’s Aadhaar Play can Violate SC Order and derail National Security'

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has announced that it plans to make Aadhaar card mandatory for its user registration process for e-ticketing. Looks like the announcement by IRCTC has yet again opened a Pandora’s Box.

Hu Yoshida, VP & CTO at Hitachi Data Systems on the Future of Storage
Hu Yoshida, VP & CTO, Hitachi Data Systems spoke about the future of storage, and that he's keeping his bets on non-volatile memory, and not flash, to manage more durable and high-performance systems.
What’s Wrong with Uber’s New Privacy Policy?

Believe me when I say this: Uber has (privacy) issues greater than your most intimate lover.

AMD will eventually move into the mobile market: Mark Papermaster

Mark Papermaster, CTO, AMD says that the chipmaker’s high performance graphics and CPU power will get into smaller and smaller form factors eventually.