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Bangalore tops as the highest paying city, standing at Rs 1.08 mn: Report

From: Buisness-standard By Business Standard Recommended by: business-standard Leading the packThe IT capital of India, Bangalore, continues to lead the pack as the highest paying city in the country, with an average annual CTC
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Start an IT career that pays the bills by getting certified in Cisco

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Have you ever wondered how the voice commands on your
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The IT slowdown, should you be worried?

From: medium.com   By: Pradyumna Nag Via: twitter.com The IT slowdown, should you be worried?
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Government asks 21 smartphone makers, most of them Chinese, to share security information

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times A senior official at the ministry said the government has taken this step to ensure that mobile phone users have assured data privacy in the wake of reports of data leakage and
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Green shoots for the IT sector

From: Buisness-standard By Ganesh Natarajan Recommended by: business-standard It has been one more interesting quarter for the information technology (IT) and business process sector in India and the results clearly demonstrate
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TCS to wind up Lucknow operations, company says no job loss

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Information technology major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has decided to close its operations in Lucknow and shift to Noida after 33 years in Uttar Pradesh’s capital city.The
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Infosys to create 2,000 tech jobs in North Carolina by 2021

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Infosys will expand its local hiring in the US as it battles visa curbs imposed by the Trump administration that has made sending engineers to the US costly.IT firm Infosys will
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Indian IT industry not H-1B dependent: Infosys CEO

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka has refuted the general impression that the Indian IT industry is overly dependent on H-1B visasInfosys CEO Vishal Sikka has refuted the general impression
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Digital platform engineering: New winners

From: Buisness-standard By Ganesh Natarajan Recommended by: business-standard A $300-million information technology (IT) services company with a very substantial on-site revenue component and growing at a compounded annual growth

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