Russian Software Major 1C Buys Majority Stake in amoCRM


Nov 4 2016

Russian enterprise software major 1C announced on Monday that it has acquired a 51 per cent stake in amoCRM. Financial details of the deal have not been disclosed.

Russian Software is Conquering the World

Alexei Grammatchikov
,
RBTH

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Over the past five years, Russian software exports have more than doubled, reaching about $7 billion. At the same time, demand for IT companies’ products on the domestic market has been falling. Analysts attribute it to a transformation of the Russian market, with demand shifting from hardware to services.

The boom is over

“Here we must run as fast as we can, just to stay in place. And if you wish to go anywhere, you must run twice as fast as that.” This quote from Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” has become a motto for many Russian IT companies these days.

New Russian Surveillance Cameras Enter U.S. and European Markets


Dec 3 2015

Ivideon, a Russian start-up, has partnered with Oco Group to launch sales of its new Oco video surveillance cameras in the U.S., the UK, and in some European Union markets.

Chinese E-Sellers into Russia

In his speech to this year’s St. Petersberg International Economic Forum, Alibaba’s President Jack Ma highlighted the role of the internet in changing people’s life and encouraged young Russians to start their own business online.

Telegram Says it’s Hit 62 MAUs and Messaging Activity Has Doubled


May 13 2015

Telegram, the multi-platform messaging app startup created by Pavel Durov (who previously created and later departed VK, the ‘Russian Facebook’ amid controversy), has released its latest numbers exclusively to TechCrunch.

Russian Search Engine Yandex Branches Out Into Data Business


Dec 12 2014

Russian search engine Yandex said on Tuesday it planned to capitalize on its expertise in data analysis to develop its business beyond Russia which could help to drive its expansion as advertising revenue growth slows.

Can the BRICS Beat Microsoft?

Victoria Zavyalova
,
Russia Beyond the Headlines

Thursday, November 20, 2014

BRICSNobody likes a monopoly. That’s why many people around the globe dislike Microsoft. Check it yourself on Google. Type in, “Windows sucks,” and you’ll find many angry users who’d love to destroy one the world’s most successful companies.

Russian Consumers are Ready to Pay for Content

A local player is leading the Russian paid video-on-demand (VOD) market, having recorded dynamic growth throughout 2014.

Kaspersky Lab ‘pioneer’ in advocating use of licensed software in India

Victoria Zavyalova
,
Russia & India Report

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Kasperky Lab Workplace. Photo © TASSThe head of the Russian antivirus specialist’s South Asia operations talks to Russia & India Report about the company’s experiences in India and plans to tackle piracy in Asia.

One Year On, Yandex Browser Attracts 10 Million Users

Oct 8 2013

Yandex.Browser, a free web browser developed by Russia’s leading search engine, Yandex, has 10 million weekly active users one year after its launch on October 1, 2012, as reported by the company.

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