Yashvendra Singh

Yashvendra is Executive Editor in BW CIOWorld. He has over 15 years of experience in journalism. Starting his career in 2000 with the Press Trust of India, he has worked in organizations such as The Indian Express, IDG (International Data Group) and Business India. During the course of his career, he has covered a range of sectors, and has been instrumental in launching several brands

Latest Articles By Yashvendra Singh

350% Rise in Cybercrime in India in Three Years: ASSOCHAM-PwC

Operational systems are increasingly subject to cyberattacks, as many are built around legacy technologies with weaker protocols that are inherently more vulnerable.

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Telenor India Pilots 4G in Dehradun

Rolls out Lean GSM technology to optimize spectrum use for network efficiency

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Businessworld Connects With Security Leaders, Launches 1st CISO Strategy Summit

The two city event, organized in Delhi and Mumbai, saw participation from top enterprise security leaders.

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HCL Technologies Bags Contract By Leading Energy Retailer

To transform and support the organisation’s digital and business applications landscape

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Historic Dell and EMC Merger Complete

Forms world’s largest privately-controlled tech company

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Anant Maheshwari to Become President, Microsoft India

He takes over India leadership on January 1, 2017, from Bhaskar Pramanik who retires in March 2017

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Arvind Lifestyle Leverages Analytics To Accelerate Growth

Global Best Practices and Advanced Analytics from Manthan to help India’s top fashion retailer modernize analytics capabilities and gain an unmatched competitive edge

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Two-Fifths of IT Profs Feel Their IT Organisation Ready for Digital Business

Ninety-one per cent of the surveyed IT professionals are in no doubt that they have a role to play in their organisation's digital transformation.

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91% Of Airlines Invest in Cyber Security

A majority expect an increase in their IT spend over the next year, this is a big change from 2015 when only around one third had positive expectations.

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