UnMail, earlier known as Octopus, is the newest ESN in town. A product of IDAL of the Polaris Group, it helped the company reduce attrition and support calls, and increase productivity.
NASSCOM India Leadership Forum 2016 is about to take off on Wednesday with several interesting keynotes and interactive sessions involving experts from India and beyond. Here are the ones you shouldn’t miss.
Speaking at Agenda 16, Telefonica CIO Phil Jordan outlined a global programme to cut its 7,000 legacy systems and simplify the business to compete with the likes of Whatsapp, Viber, Apple and Google.
A quiet revolution with a potential impact on the IT workforce reminiscent of outsourcing may be under way in the form of robotic process automation.
Experts in new business acquisition discuss the best places and ways to find prospective buyers for your products or services.
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.
Mahindra Aerospace is the first private company to manufacture aircrafts in India. The man at the helm, Arvind Mehra shares the company’s vision and its roadmap for the ‘Make in India’ initiative, and how it gives wings to Indian manufacturing.
Dr. Kailash Nadh, who holds a PhD in artificial intelligence from London’s Middlesex University and is the CTO of financial technology firm Zerodha, talks about why AI hasn’t picked up yet and what lies in the future.
Jerry Kennelly, CEO, Riverbed Technology, on his recent visit to India, in an interview with Computerworld, rationalized why privatization was important for Riverbed to make the next big leap.
John McCormack, CEO of Raytheon Websense, in a recent visit to india, spoke about the tremendous possibilities for leveraging the recent acquisition of Websense by Raytheon, for the global and the Indian enterprise market.
Watch how Eric Herzog, VP-Marketing, IBM Storage Systems talks about IBM’s storage journey over the years.
India’s IT outsourcing industry is making acquisitions, flattening hierarchies and experimenting with automation to stay ahead of price pressures and decreased demand.
The company could use automation to cut the labor cost of moving the goods by sea
Sluggish hiring in November and December dragged down the overall growth numbers for 2015.
The frenzy of mergers and acquisitions in technology world to paint a very different and more consolidated security landscape by end of 2016.
The sharing economy is empowering a new class of micro-entrepreneurs who are financially rewarded for their services and are improving income levels across the socio-economic segments.
With the SMAC stack redefining the IT landscape, organizations are looking at upskilling, maintaining, and reskilling talent differently from the way they have done in the past.
Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard became friends in 1934 and four years later, HP was born. Here’s what happened since.
Gartner claims that global PC shipments are down by 7.7 percent in the third quarter of 2015.