Amit Tripathi
Once on SOA, SAP ERP Licenses to Cost More
Nov 28, 2007
The core business application, ERP, from SAP AG -- the German business application maker, may cost more once it becomes fully Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) enabled by the year end. Today Enterprise SOA forms the catch phrase for the...
Use Computing Not the Computer
Nov 26, 2007
As the search engine major Google makes its intentions clear on cloud computing, "everything" will be searchable in another 100 years by utilizing its algorithm. For that, all that's needed is information that has to be fed continuously....
SaaS to PaaS
Nov 14, 2007
After toying with the idea of providing a code for almost a year, Salesforce.com is now making available what it terms as Apex Code for the users of its Unlimited Edition of CRM application. An application that is built using Apex Code, a...
PSU IT Department Becomes Revenue Earner
Nov 08, 2007
If you thought Public Sector Units (PSUs) in India are laggards in strategizing IT usage or leveraging it commercially, the 7 member IT team at West Bengal State Electricity Board (WBSEB) is sure to beat that notion convincingly. For, when the...
Telisma Scouts to Collaborate with Indian Firms
Oct 31, 2007
Telisma, a France-based company that develops speech recognition software, looks forward to collaborating with Indian firms having expertise in Text to Speech (TTS) and Text to Text (TTT) technology. The company is scouting to collaborate...
The Green Bait of Unified Communications
Oct 10, 2007
At CXOtoday.com's latest Power Breakfast series of events at Pune this Tuesday, the theme of discussion was 'Collaborative Decision Making'. The city's CIO community, represented mostly by IT, ITES, and manufacturing business segments...
India May Take The Economist By Surprise
Aug 06, 2007
Companies such as Infosys and Mastek - whose revenue stream all this while came from Western markets - have announced their interest in the emerging India market, which has begun to spend on its IT infrastructure. Presently, the Banking...
Biggest Lie in Enterprises -
Jul 31, 2007
CXOtoday.com's recent Power Breakfast event series in the country's major metros helped unveil the mystery of the common complaint in enterprises - "the network is down". The theme of the event was "IT Operations: Accelerate the...
Complete Convergence Still a Far Cry
Jul 12, 2007
The message above was rather unanimous from one of the CXOtoday.com Power Breakfast series of events hosted in Delhi on July 11. Heads of IT of organisations representing business verticals such as telecom, manufacturing, utility, government,...
Dose of Standards
Jul 09, 2007
A couple of months ago, Apollo Hospital announced its plans to roll out what it termed as "Health Highway", which will deliver software specific to the healthcare segment in India. On the one hand, this initiative implies that this industry...
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