The U.S. Forest Service deploys a mobile map application for firefighters and emergency responders to use in the field and for tactical planning.
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.
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.
Jim Thompson, CTO, Unisys, talks to Computerworld India about the company’s Forward! solution, the state of the Unix mission critical market and how India figures in Unisys’s future plans.
Indian CIOs from a diverse set of industries tell us what they expect from budget 2014. Their views range from the implementation of GST, to infrastructure development, and from tax incentives to digital governance.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 02 - 06 December, 2013, we talk about Amazon Drone, Twitter fake followers, Indian Smartphone market, Botnet and Google's Compute Engine.
In this roundup of tech news for the week 18 - 22 November, 2013 we talk about Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Salesforce.com and the Indian IT market.
The search engine giant will also focus on Google Fibre, Street View, and Google Education.
Industries and IT minister of Kerala, P.K. Kunhalikutty said that the state’s IT exports are likely to reach Rs 15,000 crore this year and will create about two lakh jobs in the sector.
They came, they saw, and they walked away. That seems to be the story of Nokia’s unsuccessful attempt to sell its Chennai mobile manufacturing plant, which has been frozen over the Rs 21,000 crore tax dispute.
Information governance covers the entire spectrum of information management, but most people have a fuzzy notion of what it is.
Everybody talks about smartphone security. But who's going to do something about it?
Companies have to fully confront the privacy issues they face and rethink their policies from the bottom up.