Nitin Rakesh, CEO of Mphasis, has been elected to spearhead the transformation of IT services industry in India.
“Unified archiving allows us to archive several touch points for customers on Facebook, Twitter and SMS, as we can capture everything at one place,” says Stephen McNulty, president, APJ, Micro Focus.
Ketan Kothari, District Chair, BICSI India, highlights the reasons for establishing a centre of excellence in Mumbai, its advantages and his vision.
Here are some products of Google that went kaput over the years.
Virtual reality in real estate is going to explode across the world. Here’s how the startup—MAYAxis —is giving its customers a virtual experience in real estate.
Muthoot Fincorp CIO, Nilakantan Krishnan, adopted a combination of technologies like IoT, mobility and cloud to secure its branches and brought down pending issues from 40 percent to 26 percent.
Did you know that technology can be used to give light to the blind? Well yes! Here are a few extraordinary innovations that are helping the blind and visually impaired.
According to Gartner, 6.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2016 and this figure will touch 20.8 billion by 2020. Middleware will play a vital role here.
CIOs need to take risks and do strong project planning before taking the plunge into desktop virtualization—otherwise, the entire project will go for a toss, says Archie Jackson, general manager - IT, NHS Shared Business Services.
The best years are ahead of us and I’ll be around to help in any way I can, says Joe Tucci.
The internet has no limits as attacks can come from all over the world. Attackers are global, profit driven individuals. They don’t see nationality, but only IP addresses and lump some gains.
Viraj Patel, VP - technology, BookMyShow speaks about the steps taken to control traffic on the website and the app used during the 2016 World TwentyT20 World Cup cricket match.