SIP can be a brilliant way to cut costs, gain flexibility and more efficiently use existing resources.
With the right collaboration tools and an open-minded management team, the phrase 'productive meeting' doesn't have to be an oxymoron.
With some simple setup, you can now view and open anything from your preferred non-Googley cloud service from right inside the Chrome OS file menu. This makes it easy to preview, open, or upload a file without the need to jump through excessive hoops.
If you run a customer support center, you want increased customer satisfaction. This is the Holy Grail of our industry--and while daunting, it is attainable.
Touted as one of the most hyped technologies of 2015, IoT has created a buzz in the IT industry. Thilak Kumar, Head FAE APAC, Wind River, guides us through the rise of IoT.
Indian CIOs should involve real users and not just IT and business decision makers while they strategize UC&C blueprints, says Somak Roy at Forrester.
Swapna Bapat, Director for Systems Engineering, Brocade India believes that the biggest challenge with SDN, are the misconceptions organizations associate with it.
At the Mumbai leg of the recently concluded Dell Solutions Tour, Dell India's Vikas Bhonsle spoke in detail about why IT transformation is critical today and how Dell can help enterprises in achieving it.
Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that panic button will be mandatory for all mobile phones to be sold in India from January 1, 2017, onwards. This announcement was made to enable easier emergency call service.
To ensure net neutrality, the government must acknowledge its obligation to provide Internet connectivity like it has an obligation to provide education and other basic amenities.
In an order, 'Prohibition of Discriminatory Tariffs for Data Services Regulation', TRAI said, "no service provider shall offer or charge discriminatory tariffs for data services on the basis of content."
Putting in place a regulatory framework for App developers is no solution. TRAI should mandate Net neutrality.
National Telecom Policy 2012 redefines minimum broadband speed as 2Mbps, unleashes double-edged sword.