Divya Makhija
Here's How Tambo Is Bridging India's Mobility Gap
Jun 06, 2018
Sudhir Kumar, CEO, Tambo Mobiles explains how Tambo is set to change the market dynamics and the company’s strategy and plans to move forward.
Demystifying AI And Analytics With Sameer Dhanrajani
May 30, 2018
Sameer Dhanrajani, Chief Strategy Officer, Fractal Analytics, believes that there is a need to take AI out of boardrooms and strategic CXO meetings and make it penetrate deeper in the organizations.
IBM Is Unlocking Tribal Knowledge With Data
May 28, 2018
Gaurav Sharma, Vice President, IBM India Software Labs and Vice President, Growth IBM India South Asia, explains the cloud challenges, IBM's cloud platform and enterprise tech trends.
Making Communication Convenient for Rural India
May 15, 2018
Pradipto Ganguly, Co-Founder and CEO, Britzo, explains how the smartphone maker is revolutionizing the Indian market with low-cost handsets.
NetApp Launches DVEC To Empower Customers, Partners
May 11, 2018
The new Data Visionary Engineering Center (DVEC) at its Bengaluru campus is aimed at empowering Asia-Pacific customers and partners to transform the world with data.
IIIT-H, TalentSprint Set To Make India AI-ML Ready
May 07, 2018
Recently, IIIT-Hyderabad has announced a plan to equip 10, 000 industry professionals with expertise in Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning by 2021.
Xiaomi Continues To Rule India's Smartphone Market
Apr 26, 2018
Apart from being some of the best value devices on the market, Xiaomi's smartphones are now available in more places and in larger quantities.
Keep Security At The Heart Of Digital Strategy: Unisys
Apr 24, 2018
Unisys' solutions help securing devices, capturing, retaining and analysing the device data to enable data-driven decisions.
Autonomous Database: Next Big Thing In The Indian Market
Apr 20, 2018
Automation is about three S’s: Self-patching, self-securing and self-learning, explained Ravi Pinto, Director- Product Management, Oracle Cloud Platform.
Empowering workforce for the Digital future
Mar 26, 2018
More than 52% of companies have disappeared from the global Fortune 500 list since the year 2000 mainly because of lagging behind in the race of digital.
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