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Indian CIOs speak about how to effectively handle wearable devices and the potential security risks attached to it. With the right plans in place, businesses will be able to maximize the benefits and minimize its drawbacks, they say.
Research firm Gartner highlights a shift of demand and control away from IT and toward digital business units at this year’s Gartner Symposium.
David L. Aires, VP, Information Technology Group, and GM, Information Technology Operations, believes security to be the biggest challenge in the current IT environment.
KayPay is the world’s first bank-agnostic payment product for Facebook users to send money to each other in an instant.
Device management, application delivery, and policies that govern those makes an enterprise truly mobile and a CIO’s role is vital to it, says Nabeel Youakim, VP, Products and Microsoft Alliance, Citrix.
Being a startup in India has never been easy, especially if it harbors ambitions of doing business abroad. With Make in India, hopefully Indian startups will get an edge.
Even though SDN is in a very nascent stage, it is gradually attracting the attention of Indian CIOs. What might have been perceived as a hype yesterday, is fast becoming a reality now.
Alex Davern, COO, CFO, and EVP of National Instruments, talks about how can CFOs handle data overload and cope up with uncertain economic conditions.
Online grocer BigBasket received Rs 200 crore funding and the company will now expand and use latest technology to improve customer understanding.
The abrupt exit of top leaders of Indian and global tech companies this year, with many of them citing ambiguous reasons, surprised the technology world.
To further the cause of IOT in India, Prateek Pashine, head- Enterprise Business, Tata Teleservices throws light on what IoT is and how its sensors work.
Vinay Deshpande, chairman and CEO of Encore Software and one of the founders of Simputer Trust talks about the problems they had faced to kick-start the product. This gadget was envisioned to familiarise the common man in India with computer-aided services.
As traditional marketing strategies make way for social media marketing, the challenge still lies in corporate leaders taking social media seriously, says Samar Singh Shekhawat, United Breweries.
Even though a hefty amount of money is needed to be spent initially for digitizing business processes, the return on investment is mostly greater than the cost.
At the Amazon Executive Summit in Bangalore held on 30th September, Vogels said that the company has relentlessly focused on cost reduction, and that’s just one of the areas of Amazon’s persistent customer focus.
An increasing number of business critical applications, the growth in data volumes and server virtualization, inadequate budgets, and cloud computing are factors leading to an increase in datacenter complexity.
With Facebook’s declining popularity and the stagnancy on Twitter, Ello has the potential to offer a refreshing change. Is this the new social revolution in the making?
In the light of smart city projects being implemented in India, Prabhu Ramachandran, Director, WebNMS, talks about what is in store for the residents of smart cities.
A study states that security is the single largest concern that organizations have to tackle when moving a workload to cloud.
Ellison will become CTO and executive chairman of Oracle.
CIOs who get involved at the board level expand their business outlook and undergo a rich learning experience.
Have you ever thought about creating your garments using a 3-D visualization engine? Move beyond norms, labels, and quick-fixes, the next generation of fashion retail is here.
All indicators show that the Indian media and entertainment industry will go the digital way and the use of cloud computing will gain a strong foothold.
Indian CIOs refute that a digital gap exists between the CIO and CMO and agree that working together is more important to build a digital platform.
Public cloud gains traction among Indian CIOs and scepticism associated with security also seems to be vanishing.