Recently, the news has been full of Indian startups -- absurdly still regarded as such despite commanding market caps of $3-4 billion -- wading confidently into large new markets such as China and the US. Even just a decade ago it would have been an act of hubris to
The City of Light is cutting through a long tradition of government bureaucracy to make it easy for global companies to launch in France. TechRepublic went inside the phenomenon. The elegant Hôtel de Ville—the center of politics in Paris for nearly 700 years—has witnessed plenty of fancy receptions. But tonight's
As the web hosting and cloud computing markets mature, the mix of companies achieving success in raising venture capital has changed. The industry has attracted well over a billion dollars in investment so far in 2017. However, most successful funding rounds have been focused on software rather than infrastructure. With Dropbox
A new report from mobile security company Wandera is putting a new face on phishing, especially when it happens on mobile devices. Eighty-one percent of mobile phishing attacks happen outside of email, 63% happen on iOS devices, and 85% of organizations have been phished whether they know it or not.
Image: iStock/Poike Depending on many factors such as the nature of the project, industry, location, or resource availability, restrictions, the cost of selecting the wrong vendor can be enormous, and jeopardize a project or even risk the viability of entire company. "We encounter issues with poor vendor selection all the
With Southeast Asia poised to become one of the world’s fastest-growing regions for ecommerce – online retail revenues are expected to exceed US$25 billion by 2020 - it’s no surprise that global retailers are looking to expand operations in the region. Amazon’s impending expansion in Southeast Asia via Singapore could