WB To Announce New IT Policy To Woo Investors: CM
The much awaited IT policy in West Bengal is now expected to be announced in January, said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said at the Infocom 2017, an annual IT conclave, held in Kolkata.
Infor Looks To Triple Its India Revenue By 2020
Ashish Dass, Vice-President & Managing Director, South Asian Subcontinent, Infor, explains how the company is well poised to enable this transformation and stay ahead of the digital curve, with a key focus on the India market.
Key Challenges For Infosys' New CEO Salil Parekh
As new CEO and MD of Infosys, the road ahead for Salil S Parekh will be challenging. Can he revive the fortune of the company and emerge a winner?
Trai Backs Net Neutrality; Will RJio, Airtel Stand To Gain?
Internet should be open and free, not cannibalized, says R. S Sharma.
The Age of Cognition Is Coming
Otto Berkes, EVP and Chief Technology Officer, CA Technologies, explains how enterprise IT must recast itself to sense, adapt and respond to a rapidly changing world.
DevSecOps, A Key Focus Of CA Technologies
At its CA World’17 conference, the company announced that it has added intelligence to multiple products, automation tools and a focus on revolved around connecting security to DevOps.
CA Technologies Driving Digital India Innovation
From India’s business perspective, CA’s primary focus is on three key solution areas including DevOps, Security and Agile management, said Sunil Manglore, Managing Director, India - CA Technologies at CA World’17.
Businesses With Digital Intuition Will Thrive: Mike Gregoire
One of the key problem with innovation improvement efforts is rooted in the lack of a digital intuition and accordingly innovation strategy.
Conversational AI: Driving The Next Generation Customer Experience
Sunil Mittal, EVP & Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, CSS Corp, explains to CXOToday how we are moving towards a conversational economy where a few spoken words can accomplish a business transaction.
Will Trade Unions Matter In The Age Of Automation
The Karnataka government’s recent approval to allow the formation of the State’s first IT union may slow down hiring but could force the industry to look at alternatives to layoffs.