Ramesh Nagarajan, CIO, Wipro deployed an analytics solution that uses data vizualitaion and BI tools to create high-end descriptive, diagnostic, and predictive analytical reports.
The bank's IT team led by Shetty designed and implemented an in-house platform to provide a holistic single interface for the complete spectrum of its customer engagements.
Chola MS has a large set of existing customers which has the potential to propel the insurance company on the fast lane to growth. But, the one thing that could put a spoke in the wheel was the lack of a single view of the customer.
Cisco's making a big bet on cloud, but what exactly is the strategy?
Get ready for radical changes in software purchasing.
In contrast to all the hoopla around the need for data analysts, some CIOs aren’t ready to hire business analysts. Here’s why.
No enterprise is an island. In a connected world, a business cannot function without multiple relationships with third parties--outside vendors, contractors, affiliates, partners, and others.
Sooner or later, the business risk associated with software management will have a detrimental financial effect on your company if you don't have a SAM and SLM risk mitigation strategy in place.
A smart person once said, 'As long as you're asking the wrong questions, it doesn't matter what answers you come up with.' When it comes to making the business case for CRM, the CFO is likely to ask too many of the wrong questions.
Bill Wagner, LogMeIn’s COO talks to us about why the decision to take the free version of the popular remote access product was the right one and how the company’s other products are faring.
Scott Blanchette, senior vice president of IT services at Nashville-based Vanguard Health Systems, built a professional services group from the ground up.
SDN is pervasive with service providers but they will be relevant within enterprises’ more agile self service clouds in 2014/2015. In next couple of years, SDS will become omnipresent including software on top of commodity storage stacks.
In this roundup of tech news for the week 21 - 25 October, 2013 we talk about office productivity suites, Blackberry, Microsoft, Google Map Pro Engine, Nokia Lumia 2520, and Apple iPad Air.
LinkedIn users will soon start seeing a redesigned profile page. Unveiled on Tuesday , the refresh is one of the biggest in years for the professional networking site and is an attempt to get people to share more and stick around longer.
The Japanese electronics maker, which has a proud history of inventing its way out of problems, faces a management crisis as it passes the century mark.
For enterprises seeking to monitor the conversations going on about them in the world, the sheer volume of data is just the beginning of the challenge. Even more daunting is making sense of it all -- a task that can test the resources of the largest organization.
Android and iOS increased their combined share of the global mobile OS market in 2014, running on 96.3 percent of all smartphones.
Mozilla's vice president in charge of Firefox, Johnathan Nightingale, said he plans to step down at the end of March--and he says there's nothing wrong with that.
It’s time enterprises moved past traditional collaboration tools and deployed social technologies.
Disaster recovery objectives are required to be in fraction of seconds, especially for banks and financial institutions.
Office 2013 was designed with IT admins in mind. The new version of Office features improved deployment options, better security and a strong cloud connection.
From Windows Server 8 to Office 15, Microsoft is overhauling its IT portfolio. Here's what to expect