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Buried data: Will Indian enterprises ever analyze it?

Every organization has vast amounts of unused and unstructured data – defined as buried data – which resides in silos and isn’t analyzed. Here’s why this data is important and why organizations should leverage it.

Why PayPal bets on open-source

Here’s why Bill Scott, the man leading next gen commerce at PayPal, swears by open-source and believes in lean engineering. Failing fast and learning fast is the key to the castle, he says.

How to pick the best requirements management tool

Inaccurate requirements management accounts for almost half of project failures. Aimed at helping IT and business leaders improve their odds for success, Seilevel, a business analysis and consulting company, has compiled a report evaluating 22 top requirements management tools.

Security is the first mantra: Parag Arora, Citrix

We build a platform that is secure by design and we believe that, if you are building a fundamental block in a secure manner, then eventually how you access services is irrelevant because the basic building block is secure, says Parag Arora, area vice president - India, Citrix.

When the call to management comes

Entering the management track can sneak up on you. That’s why you should ask yourself whether you want to be a manager before the opportunity presents itself.

How India holds a candle to global GRC trends

GRC (Governance, Risk management, & Compliance) has come a long way from being a cut-and-dried report you file once a month to being the rails that keep your organization on track. Here’s a dekko at EY India’s 2016 survey, showing how India fares in the global GRC scene.   

40 years of Apple: The good, bad and ugly

On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founded Apple Computer Inc. to sell a personal computer kit. 40 years later, the company, now called Apple, is the largest IT company by revenue in the world. How did it happen?