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What’s cooking inside SAP Labs India?

SAP Labs India is focusing on five technologies: Artificial intelligence - machine learning and deep learning, blockchain, cloud computing, internet of things (IoT) and automation, says the company's COO- Mahesh Nayak.

What’s cooking in Oracle India’s labs: AI, blockchain, IoT and cloud

In an exclusive interaction with IDG India, Vaibhav Gawde, Head-Sales Consulting at Oracle India, shares plans on R&D department and more. 

We see high demand for conversational AI, DevOps, automation and microservices: Divy Shrivastava, Nineleaps

Specialized innovative solutions on top of base technology infrastructure is enabling organizations to meet specific needs at a fast pace, according to Divy Shrivastava, Co-Founder and CEO of Nineleaps.

RPA can create digital transformation without disrupting existing systems: Param Kahlon, UiPath

There is immense talent available in the Indian market for robotic process automation (RPA), according to Param Kahlon, chief product officer at UiPath.

Offloading, public hotspots and IoT integration are the current trends in WiFi: Pramod Badjate, Ruckus Networks

India is witnessing an increasing demand for WiFi technology across enterprises, says Pramod Badjate - SVP, Global Engineering at Ruckus Networks.

Data is the foundation for digital transformation: Sanjay Agrawal, Hitachi Vantara

According to Sanjay Agrawal, Technology Head of Hitachi Vantara, businesses need to be able to rapidly and automatically integrate both structured and unstructured data from multiple sources in order to achieve data integration and analytics. 

Forecasting the future of Indian auto with Warren Harris, MD & CEO, Tata Technologies

From e-vehicles to autonomous cars, Warren Harris, MD and CEO of Tata Technologies gives us a view from the top at the Indian auto sector.

Technical debt can slow IT to a crawl: Dr. Bill Curtis, Cast Software

Businesses today are facing extremely expensive glitches owing to accumulated technical debt across global IT systems, says Dr. Bill Curtis, Chief Scientist at Cast Software and Director of the Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ).

AI is going to be the default standard moving forward: Viswanath Ramaswamy, IBM

Viswanath Ramaswamy, Executive Director - Systems for Cloud & Cognitive, South Asia at IBM sat down in an exclusive interaction with IDG Media, discussing the company's strategy on AI, cloud, security and blockchain. 

Artificial Intelligence is a Reality Across Indian Organizations : Sanjay Podder, Accenture

CIOs should adopt newer technologies like AI, machine learning, robotics to witness business transformation, says Sanjay Podder, MD, Accenture Techlabs.