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UK-based Tide to hire 300 professionals for its Hyderabad centre

"The Hyderabad centre is a key to our ambitious global expansion plans-fueling the constant innovation that is required for Tide to stay ahead in its mission," said Guy Duncan, chief technology officer.

New AMD Ryzen 5000 mobile chips to empower gamers, creators

New laptops powered by Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors will be available from major PC manufacturers including ASUS, HP and Lenovo, starting in Q1 2021, the company announced at the CES 2021 late on Tuesday.

Two in 5 Indian professionals experiencing increased stress: Survey

LinkedIn survey showed that two in five professionals are experiencing increased stress or anxiety due to Covid, and as the pandemic took hold only one in five professionals were offered more time off for well-being

Blend productivity with multitasking

The device has an integrated Amazon Alexa for PC so quickly execute several common tasks, without the need to open the laptop.

Apple Watch ECG feature receives final approval in Japan

The ECG feature is available on Apple Watch Series 4 and Apple Watch Series 5 devices and allows the wearable to detect whether a user might suffer from atrial fibrillation (AFib).

Microsoft Translator now supports Odia, total 11 languages in India

The other 10 Indian languages for which Microsoft provides translation and transliteration support are Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

Confidence of Indian workforce steadily rising: LinkedIn survey

The results showed that 46 percent of professionals from recreation and travel, and 39 percent of professionals from the consumer goods industry will return to work as soon as they are allowed to.

ISB conducts e-graduation for 82 data science professionals

"The future of organisational set-up would be a matrix form, where one would be working and reporting at multiple levels. We all should gear up for such new set-ups."

Most Indians aim to somehow retain jobs to remain confident: LinkedIn

"Many people are willing to take up to 50 percent cut in their salaries for an assured job. This means that whoever retains a job today, clearly knows that his/her role matters to the organization."

75% professionals work extra hours during lockdown: Survey

The guidelines need to be general for overall wellness or can be personalised for each employee, agreed by respective managers to boost employee engagement.

LAVA launches contest to design the ‘next Indian’ smartphone

Lava exports over 33 percent of its phones to markets such as Mexico, Africa, Southeast Asia and West Asia.

Indian Gen Z, millennials will wait to return to work: LinkedIn

"Younger workers are adept in using digital means of communication. Senior professionals may find it challenging to hire and manage the performance of remote teams."

HP expanding ‘contactless service on wheels’ service to 25 cities

To avail of this service, customers can register with HP's service team who schedule appointments for the customers.

2 in 5 Indian professionals not optimistic about jobs soon: LinkedIn

In contrast to this optimism, only 39 percent of HR, 36 percent of finance, and 31 percent of education professionals think they would be effective when working remotely, said the survey.

HP Inc to launch affordable ‘Always Connected’ PCs in India this month

These devices would support faster video downloads, smoother video calls and other network data-intensive activities.

Dell unveils new commercial PC in India with built-in AI

The PC features, the Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) and 5G-ready mobile broadband capabilities for more productive.

‘Balika Vadhu’ was my first school: Roop Durgapal

'Balika Vadhu' was an institution in itself because of its stellar cast. Working with such amazing actors in my very first show was an experience in itself.

Recession, job losses, protectionism top worries: WEF study

"Economic distress and social discontent will rise over the next 18 months unless world leaders, businesses and policy-makers work together to manage the fallout of the pandemic."

72% tech graduates looking out for jobs in India: Survey

"Viewing the current market situation and the inevitable competition in the near future, it will be only wise to strive to improve your learning curve."

Lockdown: DPIIT’s control room resolved 1,739 issues of trade, industry

The team also closely tracks the important queries by calling up the affected people and obtains their inputs while taking up the matter with the concerned agency.

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