- Intel to Close $15 bn (about Rs 90,000 crore) Deal to buy Altera
- Server Sales Bolstered by Cloud Expansions
- Salesforce Doubles Down on Big Data with New Analytics Tool
- Cybersecurity on the Agenda for 80 percent of Corporate Boards
- NetApp Launches AltaVault Backup and Restore
- CIOs Still fear the Cloud: Red Hat
- Liquid Business Environments are Essential for Company Growth: VMware
In a people intensive sector like IT revenues made per employee is a benchmark of productivity. Check out the companies that make the most of their employees.
Digitally mature companies are more profitable. Period. Yet the digital maturity of Indian companies isn’t great. Who’s to blame? We spoke to Laurence Buchanan, Partner, EY, to find out.
Jason Nolet, SVP-Routing, Switching and Analytics Product Group, Brocade, shares why Brocade is the forerunner in the SDN discussion and how the New IP will be built on a strong bulwark of SDN and NFV.
“Philosophically, and in terms of architectural viewpoints, CIOs have realized that the software-defined enterprise or software-defined datacenter has arrived. However, mass adoption of Software-defined Data centers will take time.”
Intel is driving IoT framework or reference architecture from sensors to the back end servers and analysis across the ecosystem of tech vendors, developers, systems integrators and CIOs. It’s not about bits and bytes from a digital perspective but one needs to know temperature, location and other aspects. But it will require interesting new skillsets at the organisation end across the entire spectrum to the likes of information scientists, data partitioners, networking experts to drive the true benefits of IoT, says Narendra Bhandari, Director, Software & Services Group, Intel Asia Pacific.
CIOs and CISOs should prioritize investments and first invest in areas more risky and profitable, says Sunil Sharma, VP-Sales and Operations, India & SAARC, Cyberoam (a Sophos company)
Periscope, a live video streaming app that Twitter bought, has the potential to create a huge security hole for organizations. Can it be plugged?
With more than 600 large enterprises as its customers in India, Kodak Alaris is well placed to consolidate data from digital and paper sources and deliver digitization of documents to organizations. Digital India and other e-governance initiatives will act as a catalyst to drive digitization in India, says Susheel John, Managing Director, Document Imaging, APAC, Kodak Alaris. Excerpts from the interview.
Bob Beauchamp, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO, of BMC Software, talks strategy, roadmap, and the company’s new India Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Pune.
People today expect their software to work wherever they are, whether they are using a mobile device or a desktop PC. As a result, IT must respond to these demands quickly. DevOps aims to do just that by allowing organizations to produce and release more high-quality code better and faster.
Indian government's vision to build 70 supercomputers sounds great. But the track record of India's research institutes in building parallel processors and global realities present hurdles.
When it comes to detecting, preventing and analyzing information security threats, security teams need all the help they can get.
New CIOs have about 90 to 120 days to make their mark on an organization. The transition also creates a tremendous opportunity for CIOs. Anticipation of what digital can deliver is great.
Here's is your guide to making the most of cloud services while keeping costs down.
Until now, we have used computational data as an addendum to the world, so it is just a matter of time before reality fits into the confines of a virtual world.
“Data scientists are not necessarily a must for every organization. Data engineers who execute most of big data projects are more crucial than data scientists,” says Ben Sadeghi, Data Scientist, APAC and Japan, MapR Technologies.
According to Apple, the Apple Watch will communicate with the iPhone via WiFi and Bluetooth. That creates a potential opportunity for attackers to spoof one device or another.
Change your department’s goalposts now or you might have to deal with someone changing them for you.
Does Airtel understand the concept of Net Neutrality? If it did, it probably won't be defending Airtel Zero.
It is important to understand and address vulnerabilities associated with IoT in its early stages as companies cannot fully rely on IoT vendors to patch vulnerabilities and protect against all attack vectors.
Putting in place a regulatory framework for App developers is no solution. TRAI should mandate Net neutrality.
We have the right arsenal to scale our IMS and establish firmly in digital services, says Arvind Thakur, CEO & Joint Managing Director, NIIT Technologies.
Companies investing in IoT technology need to understand the importance of the service and whether that type of service makes absolute sense for their company.
You’d think that the increase in the number of breaches and their financial impact would increasingly make security a boardroom topic. Nothing could be further from the truth.
After Steve Jobs died, many felt that Apple will lack a leader with the vision to take it forward. It looks like this belief is coming true.
Ashok Leyland's IT-head found an innovative approach in the guise of gamification to bring business closer to IT-and it was no child's play.
Decision-makers in enterprises often wrongly differentiate between the security requirements during the PC era as opposed to post-PC era. Consequently, mobile security does not feature high on their list of priorities, which I believe should happen ASAP, says Pekka Usva.
Positive, bold, pragmatic: That’s what the Union Budget 2015 means to India’s top technology vendors.
SDN providers are coming up with new initiatives to make the enterprise world aware of the advantages of the technology. Though it is gathering traction, many challenges still remain unaddressed.
It’s time enterprises moved past traditional collaboration tools and deployed social technologies.
Which technology skills will be in the biggest demand in 2015?
It’s hard for one to miss how the telecom provider is going about blatantly violating net neutrality.
Milan Sheth, partner and technology sector leader, Ernst & Young, says there’s a lot of reason for the IT industry to be positive about 2015.
Focusing on hot skills may be useful for some, but for many it’s a complete diversion.
IDC is projecting PC shipments will stabilize this year, and get better in 2016.
Bloatware, crapware, shovelware: No matter what you call it, the junk that PC makers dump onto new PCs is nothing short of a mess. The situation was thrust into the spotlight last week when it was revealed that several Lenovo PCs were preloaded with "Superfish" adware that actively left users vulnerable to attack. The software compromised secure HTTPS web connections in a quest to inject ads on the sites you visit... and make Lenovo a few nickels.
Ushering in an era of surgical precision, robotic surgeries are gaining acceptance pushing the skill levels of surgeons to the optimum.
In a bid to secure their information assets companies are adopting various tactics to change the security behaviour of their employees.