Here’s how the Oberoi Group took to implementing a VDI solution to streamline their internal operations and better control costs.
Fareportal, a travel company that operates in the US, Canadian and European markets, was looking to implement a solution that would help in balancing the costs of its growing Indian delivery center against the rising real estate prices prevalent in the region.
KPIT’s need to stay ahead of the game sees them migrate to a new OS that helps them improve employee productivity.
A field-programmable gate array means Krtkl's Snickerdoodle can tackle complex projects, like robots or drones, unlike the locked-down Raspberry Pi.
From storage demands to smart resource delivery, IT shops and the companies they support face a slew of challenges
It's awfully convenient and a bit scary.
Microsoft changed Windows for the better when it introduced trackpad gestures in Windows 8. The new gestures made controlling your PC a far more fluid experience, helping you get things done more efficiently without the need for mouse-like buttons at the top of the touch area.
Your old Mac might be a bit creaky but there’s plenty you can do to restore its youthful vigour—and much of it doesn’t cost a dime.
Small data centre environments with significant computing growth rates will maintain the same footprint for the next 20 years
Splitting a company might be good for investment bankers but certainly not for the customers. We believe in ‘end-to-end integrated solutions’ story, says Michael Dell, Chairman & CEO, Dell.
Nandkishor Dhomne, CIO, Manipal Health Enterprises, highlights the challenges surrounding security and how to enlighten business about its significance.
Uwe Neumeier, VP, Global Server Business Service Platform, Fujitsu, talks about why India is an important region for the company and how today’s IT infrastructure is gearing up for a software-defined world.
Watch how Eric Herzog, VP-Marketing, IBM Storage Systems talks about IBM’s storage journey over the years.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 09 - 13 December, 2013, we talk about Dell's enterprise mobility management,Microsoft trying to lure Gmail users, Original Design Manufacturers seeing increased demand for their direct servers, and smartphones making a serious entry into the enterprise.
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.
Rooting the high-tech router reveals a heavily-modified version of Google’s browser-based operating system.
'More Personal Computing' unit, combining devices and software and services, serves critical strategic purpose
The servers are aimed at scale-out and cloud deployments running big data workloads
Junkware, poor support, and slow processors are among consumers' top complaints about desktops PC, laptops, and tablets, according to a new survey that placed Apple at the top and Acer at the bottom of a consumer satisfaction ranking.
While Apple has tried hard to woo enterprises with its iPad Pro, it has forgotten the most important productivity tool of them all--the humble and ubiquitous pointing device.
Much like Grover had a bad, awful day, Android has had a bad, awful couple of weeks on the security front.
Phablets reported a phenomenal growth of 527 percent largely due to low cost and big screen size phones. On the other hand, tablet has witnessed a slight growth of 4 percent when compared to the huge growth in the last three years. And smartphone sales have increased by 33 percent over the last year and stood at 69.67 million.
The FIFA 2014 World Cup is as much about the adrenaline and the glory of winning as it is about technology this year. New high-tech innovations are not only assisting decision-makers but also enhancing the football fans' delight.
From cameras to physical fitness gear, computers are getting attached to your body.