"At CXO Level Gender Gaps Are Going Away"
Amrita Malik, Chief Business Officer, Innoviti Payment Solutions, throws light on the changing scenario of women in tech and offers her expert advice to aspiring women CXOs.
“Winter Is Coming” And Its Business Implications
It is highly likely that a connected enterprise with all the resources, internal as well as external, need to collaborate real-time in an orchestrated manner for both business success and remaining competitive.
Are Smart Cities Sitting Ducks For Crypto Miners?
Smart cities around the world are reporting instances of crypto mining malware being discovered within their networks and IT infrastructure.
We Need More Women At Board Level Beyond Token Representation
CXOToday speaks to Jaya Vaidhyanathan, President, Bahwan CyberTek, a technology evangelist, who shares her success as well as the road ahead for women in tech.
Lack Of Business Networks Holds Back Women In Tech
In a recent interaction with CXOToday, Meenakshi V, Vice President - Engineering for SAP Intelligent Asset Management, SAP Labs India, throws light on the unique challenges Indian women leaders are facing in the field of IT and offers her expert advice to
Get Good Mentors And Strong Support System: Poornima Shenoy
Poornima Shenoy tells us what it’s like to be a woman in Indian tech, the challenges unique to women CXOs and lessons for aspiring women in IT.
10 Tech Trends For Businesses To Remain Competitive
These trends expose new business imperatives that leaders need to capitalise on in order to remain competitive in the evolving digital economy, says Virtusa.
Transforming Customer Experience With Conversational Analytics
The infrastructural premise is nothing but the technology that will be used to sustain it. This technology is AI-enabled conversational analytics.
CIOs See IT Moving From Cost Center To Trust Center: Study
CIOs are shifting their priorities to meet emerging needs and address critical gaps, notes a new study.
10 Culture Hacks CIOs Should Know For Digital Transformation
Culture change isn’t as easy as calling a meeting and declaring it’s time for a culture change, but there are culture hacks that can be designed and carried out in less than 48 hours.