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Calport is looking to invest in / provide funding to a web development agency in India

Author: System Administrator - Published 2022-08-06 00:34

We are looking for a young and energetic team who needs funding to grow. We are looking for someone who was like Calport used to be twenty-five years ago. If we find the right team, we will be able to invest upto 1 crore in the hope that this team will do the great things in the next twenty-five years that Calport has done in the last twenty-five.

Do you have a strong IT team, good leadership and an ambitious plan for the future? Is funding the only thing holding you back from multiplying your market share? If so, tell us a bit about yourselves by filling out the form below and then we could talk.

Indian e-commerce websites found infected with Magecart malware

Author: Niel Hirjee - Published 2020-07-08 10:36

The team at security biz Gemini Advisory said a long-running criminal gang dubbed Keeper compromised hundreds of online shopping sites over the past three years to install Magecart malware by exploiting known flaws in Magento, WordPress and Shopify.

COVID-19 Response: We will continue to deliver uptime, reliability & support

Author: System Administrator - Published 2020-04-04 08:56

The world has changed due to the coronavirus lockdown. Society and economy in India is in the process of being rebooted.

We are keeping the interests of our customers and our employees at the forefront of our decision making. For our customers, we are committed to the goal of business as usual. All systems will operate normally through the lockdown period. Our invoices are being generated and sent via email and SMS as usual but we have stopped issuing reminders for late payment of invoices. Customers will pay when they can; we will not interrupt or suspend services due to non-payment of invoices. For our employees we have already implemented WFH successfully.

We are doing the right thing and doing it the best we can.

The beginnings of the Great Firewall of India?

Author: Nikhil Pahwa - Published 2020-01-16 12:53

The unintended consequence of the Supreme Court’s order on Internet Shutdowns in Kashmir — where it put down accountability norms for Internet shutdowns, and said that some essential websites should be accessible, is that it has given rise to the creation of the Great Indian Firewall: filters that control what users can and cannot access online.

E-commerce discounts fade away; hit online shopping as fewer buyers log on

Author: Sandeep Soni - Published 2019-09-16 10:38

Amid the ongoing economic meltdown, India’s ‘booming’ online retail market has also taken a hit. Digital shopping saw a decline not just in terms of buyers but also with respect to spending and average ticket price in the first half (H1) of 2019 “with the consumer sentiment being muted,” as per a note on the impact of economic slowdown on online shopping by research firm Kantar. In comparison to H1 2018, while the online buyers have reduced by 7 per cent, online spending and average ticket price have also gone south by 21 per cent and 27 per cent respectively.

Payment service will come by the end of the year: WhatsApp India head Abhijit Bose

Author: Shelley Singh - Published 2019-09-14 14:59

Our goal is to enable end-to-end communication cycle between small businesses and customers. Payment is just one more step in how businesses interact with users.

We look at it more from how to enable small business to complete their transaction more seamlessly, become more efficient, increase their sales. And, of course, payment allows that last leg to be completed in a seamless way. Lot of the communication is already happening on WhatsApp.

Data will determine economic growth: Ten principles to ensure it

Author: K. Yatish Rajawat - Published 2019-09-12 12:38

Certain broad principles need to be followed for this wherever the law is talking about data. The confusion of which law or Act will determine data sharing is a spanner thrown to delay the process. Unnecessary conflict is being created between ministries and pending legislation to prevent basic data principles from being followed.

Ministry plans to go from open platform to eventual monetisation of cities' data

Author: Damini Nath - Published 2019-09-11 12:45

Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) officials said on Monday that the open data platform for the 100 cities would be expanded to cover 500 cities by 2022 and all urban centres in the country by 2024. The India Urban Data Exchange set up by the MoHUA for its Smart Cities would be expanded , eventually leading to a “marketplace”, Smart Cities Mission Director and joint secretary in MoHUA Kunal Kumar said.

India Post Payments Bank Announces Rollout of Aadhaar Enabled Payment Services at the First Anniversary of its Business Operations Achieves Milestone of 1 Crore Customers

Author: PIB Delhi - Published 2019-09-09 11:43

The Union Minister for Communications, Electronics & IT and Law & Justice Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad today announced the rollout of Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AePS) Services by India Post Payments Bank (IPPB), giving a strong boost to its efforts in expanding access to financial services for millions of unbanked and underbanked customers. Speaking at the First Anniversary Celebrations of IPPB here, the Minister congratulated IPPB for achieving the milestone of 1 Crore customers and exhorted them to achieve 5 crore target in next one year. Referring to 440 Central schemes on-boarded to the DBT platform, Shri Prasad said that all these schemes must ride on IPPB platform too. He said, ‘Inclusive’ is the key mantra of the government and the department of Posts should strive for Banking the unbanked, funding the unfunded and securing the unsecured.

India's domestic market for computer services to grow faster than exports: UN report

Author: @moneycontrolcom - Published 2019-09-06 14:37

The domestic market for computer services in India is forecast to grow faster than their exports, fueled by the government's Digital India programme and the country's burgeoning start-up environment, according to an UN report.

"The computer services industry in India is increasingly catering to the domestic market, leveraging expertise gained from exporting, while at the same time reducing an over-reliance on such exports," stated the report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).