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Technologue 2.0 – NASSCOM Community Newsletter : June 2020

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01 Community Management – The Art of Building Communities This is a three part blog series on community management. In part 1, we will discuss the art of building communities….[read more] 02 Accept Artificial Intelligence with Natural Love Artificial Intelligence (AI) was initially kept aside for only computer scientists as the other sectors thought that it has nothing to do…[read more] 03 Start-ups to be the New Normal in India Covid-19 crisis is on its peak, where most of the businesses have shut down and industries are not working with their full potentials…[read more] 04 Don’t Get Phished in the Rising Tide of Phishing Phishing is one of the escalating and hard-to-detect threats for all Internet users as it does not seem malicious at first look…[read more]...

First of Its Kind – The NASSCOM DeepTech Club

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In India, the unmet demand in almost every sector provides a massive opportunity for companies (particularly startups) to make a difference to a million lives. Often, traditional methods don’t do justice and we require continuous innovation through deeptech – AI, ML, IoT, Blockchain, Mixed Reality, Robotics, Drone, Cryptography – to solve complex problems. Our study indicates that 18% of the total startup base (9300) i.e. approximately 1800 companies had already diffused deeptech in their business model and the pace of adoption was a rapid 40% CAGR. These companies are substantially differentiated from the rest, and during the crisis, it got another 50% to want to adopt deeptech and pivot. Of course, it can’t simply be a “lift and shift” kind of approach because these technologies can have...

Technologue 2.0 – NASSCOM Community Newsletter- May’20

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01 Intelligent Operations Management With the increased volatility and uncertainty of staffing and resources due to COVID-19, industries of all sizes are changing future priorities significantly…[read more] 02 Changing Business Landscape with Crisis Management Today, companies have successfully come up with crisis management and response to enable smooth functioning during the pandemic are at ease and can focus on business as usual…..[read more] 03 Doorway to Good Leadership While some ended up losing on good talents, others managed to respond to the situation with a well thought approach, their ability to engage with talent and retain them…[read more] 04 Revised Definition of MSME On 13th May, the Finance Minister made the first set of announcements, on the economic pack...

NASSCOM Insights Newsletter May 2020

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  The latest in technology thought leadership and insights from NASSCOM CEO Pulse Review: COVID-19 Impact on Indian Tech Sector – May 2020 Understanding the industry’s perception of the overall world economy, impact on demand, impact on their own business, short-term steps for continued business sustenance, and their overall outlook on Tech spending. Presenting a view of the Industry’s plans, the challenges it faces, and the innovative measures embarked upon to emerge stronger and more resilient from this crisis…. Read More IoT: Driving the Patent Growth Story in India Understanding key trends of patent filing in the Internet of Things or IoT domain in India, the report marks the first in the series of patent filing trends in India across emerging technologies. The f...

How To Increase Effectiveness Of Remote Work Meetings

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The onset of Covid-19 pandemic has led to 180-degree change in the way we live and work. Now the office chair is our couch, the commute is the length of our hallway and the snack drawer is our entire pantry. Work-from-home is no longer a dream and we all are learning to live with the reality of Coronavirus. When we think of this whole work from home concept, what usually comes to our mind is that it saves time and energy and it usually increases the productivity. Increase in the productivity can be due to the time that is being saved by working from home or the employee feels more comfortable and relaxed while working at home. But there are certain challenges that come along as a part and parcel of implementing work-from-home model. Remote working leads to virtual meetings. Virtual meeting...

NASSCOM Insights Newsletter April 2020

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  The latest in technology thought leadership and insights from NASSCOM Emerging Technologies: Leading the Technology IP Creation Bandwagon for India Overview “Emerging Technologies: Leading the Technology IP Creation Bandwagon for India” provides an understanding to accomplish an understanding Read More Global Capability Centers: Leadership Capabilities for Digital 2020+ Discovering leadership-capable talent and building leadership succession plans are challenges not unique only to the global capability centers (GCCs) of India Complexities, however, increase in … Read More Start-up Catalysts – Incubators & Accelerators Overview NASSCOM’s “Start-up Catalysts – Incubators & Accelerators” report underlines the current scenario and growth of in...

Technologue 2.0 – Community Newsletter April 2020

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      01 Prolonged Shutdown effect on Indian Market The Covid-19 has now fully embedded in the economic system if not the society to a great extent…[read more] 02 Impact on Technology Covid – 19, also known as the CoronaVirus, a serious epidemic, is hitting not just individuals but businesses globally….[read more] 03 Finance Sector is Not Immune As there is a lot of hustle and bustle around the world due to Covid-19 or commonly called as Corona Virus…[read more] 04 Will Hospitality and Aviation Recover? The COVID-19 outbreak that started from China has sadly brought the whole tourism industry to a sudden halt…[read more] 05 Inside Business Impacts and Responses by ACCA Global COVID-19 Global Survey (10,000 responses): Inside Business Impacts and Respo...

Beating the middle-child syndrome for mid-market enterprises

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Mid-market enterprises (MMEs) – organisations that are neither too small to be called startups, nor too large to be in the league of the big-guns – are faced with a unique set of challenges with little support in an increasingly competitive economic environment. While the precise definition of MMEs varies in different regions and geographies – some define it based on revenue and others on the number of employees – the method of categorisation does not significantly alter the list of those who fit the bill or their hallmark traits. We define MMEs as organisations with revenues in the range INR 500-2000 crore. In the Indian context, the Next 500 companies qualify as MMEs according to our definition, a good fraction of which is set to be India’s next titans. These orga...

FUTURE SKILLING FOR THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

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Rapid advancements in digital technologies are redefining businesses globally. In the current business environment, digital is not only about technology. It also encapsulates how work is done, how data lies at the core of decision-making, and how models of stakeholder engagement are changing. This is an inexorable shift. It is now not about ‘whether’ digital ways of working need to be adopted but ‘when’. As a result, the impact is being felt profoundly on the shape of talent required in this environment. While some jobs are changing and going away, others are emerging. The installed talent base of digitally skilled professionals in India across all emerging technologies stood at 6,80,000 in FY2019 and is estimated to reach 8,84,000 in FY2020. The objective of the report is to paint a pictu...

6 Most Common Mistakes To Avoid While Filing Patents

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For a tech business, filing a patent application is a crucial step if you want to defend and commercialize the invention. But in the course of a long and expensive filing process, it is easy to make mistakes, especially if you don’t have much experience managing a patent portfolio. Here’s what you need to keep in mind in order to avoid 6 most common patent mistakes: 1. Don’t Just Patent A Mere Idea The invention itself must be rendered in a physical structure or the patent application comprising the invention must be filed with the patent and trademark office concerned (ideally US Patents and Trademarks – USPTO). While all ideas start with a thought, only one out of each odd thought can be called an innovation. The concept of a patent must be “useful, innovative and...

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