VMware to invest $2 Bn in India to bring women in tech, add jobs, facilities, R&D
” VMware, the cloud computing and digital infrastructure provider that has more than 5,000 employees in India, plans to invest $2 Bn over the next five years in India. Pat Gelsinger, VMware CEO, said the investment amount will be used to hire more software engineers, to conduct research and development in the networking and cyber
87% of firms see untrained staff as greatest cyber risk: Study
” The majority of executives (87%) around the world cite untrained staff as the greatest cyber risk to their business according to a new report from “The Cybersecurity Imperative” – a global thought leadership program produced by independent researcher, ESI ThoughtLab in conjunction with Willis Towers Watson. Compounding this finding is the fact that staff
Double Trouble: Two senior Myntra-Jabong executives to exit by December
” An email shared by Ananth Narayanan circulated internally suggests that Chief Marketing Officer of Myntra and Head of Jabong and Myntra’s Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Categories are due to exit this December. An email by the CEO of Myntra-Jabong, Ananth Narayanan, circulated within the organization carried the news that the Chief Marketing
9 Durga personalities you will find at work
” The shield On the first day of Durga Puja, Shailaputri avatar of Goddess Durga is celebrated. This avatar signifies the power of the mountain. In your workplace, you have very few people who represent such qualities. This kind of person is full of energy and power yet grounded which highlights the qualities of the
A look at the workplace and workforce of the future
” In 2010, I was part of a ‘ThinkFuture’ team sponsored by IBM to study the future workforce and its implications for HR. I ‘interviewed’ my son, who was then seven years old, and asked him what he thought ‘work’ will look like for him in the future. I was expecting some typical school-kid answers
Key questions to ask before selecting the right HR software
” By 2022, the HR software market is expected to cross the USD 10 billion thresholds. What is driving this staggering growth? Some principal drivers include benefits stemming from HR technology adoption such as increased security and efficiency, and reduced costs and risks. At the same time, emerging technologies such as mobile, cloud and analytics
Microsoft co-founder, technologist, philanthropist Paul Allen dies at 65
” Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and renowned philanthropist, died at 65 from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Seattle. Known for his wit, generosity and concern for the world, Allen always had time for family and friends. He will be remembered for his enthusiasm for solving the world’s toughest troubles with his out of the box
Save the date to meet these 5 thought leaders at Tech HR Singapore
” Thinking of harnessing technologies that can enable disproportionate leaps in work efficiency? Or decoding the nuts and bolts of Blockchain in HR Tech to assessing risks in an increasingly tech-enabled compliance framework? Or nurturing a future-ready digital force or future-proofing employees? If your business or organization is jostling with these questions to dramatically alter
KPMG’s smart clubhouse: an AI-powered space to work & play
” KPMG Singapore staff lounge-turned-clubhouse has just become the most coveted place to go chill and work. Millennials’ way of working was the inspiration for renovating the clubhouse for the fourth time to incorporate tech, functionality and aesthetics in one space. The aim is to provide an open-space where friends, coworkers can not only catch
Digitize, Operate, Scale! How to streamline your dispersed operations
” Change can be a very stubborn thing.  It is the hardest chestnut to crack in an organization and it happens because people like stability and the notion of being in a state of equilibrium. Given the option, settling for the status quo becomes a natural predisposition for many.  I must emphasize though that there
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