Weekly Rewind: Top 10 Stories On CXOtoday
Here are the top 10 stories on CXOtoday this week that you may have missed.
PM Narendra Modi’s highly ambitious Digital India Program completes a year of its existence today. Digital India’s goals are surely noble. Despite this, it is plagued with many challenges. Some believe, it is disturbingly ambitious, but if achieved it can really make a difference to mankind and economy. Read more
Nokia and BlackBerry, the two handset legacies of their times are struggling hard for their survival in the highly contested smartphone market, but they still have not given up. Both the tech giants need to understand the market dynamics and changing business equations in the smartphone business to make its grand comeback in the industry. Read more
How can CIOs catapult themselves back into power positions and drive innovation that creates business value? The answer lies in something every enterprise is swimming in - data, writes, Greg Arnette, Co-Founder and CTO, Sonian. Read more
Business leaders are realizing that visuals have far more impact on the brains. It keeps people engaged during the meetings and conferences. Video conferencing, coming to the corporate mainstream, is also adapting quickly to meet a whole new set of customer requirements. It has expanded from its early days of being a standalone room-centeric technology to being an integral part of personal communications software on desktop and mobile devices. Read more
Big data holds much promise for organizations seeking ways to improve business processes. In order to ensure a successful rollout of the project, CIO and his IT team must be able to find answers to some key questions. Read more
Apple iPhone has turned nine today. The revolutionary mobility gadget was launched on 29 June, 2007. Nine years later, the iPhone is an entirely different beast, offering everything from 4G LTE service and optical image stabilization to biometric security and mobile payments. Read more.
Government CIOs are constantly under pressure to further optimize IT and business costs. To enable government transformation initiatives, Gartner has identified the top 10 strategic technologies in 2016 and provides recommendations to CIOs and IT leaders regarding adoption and benefits. Read more
The alarming number of hacked servers on xDedic is a clear indication that cybercriminals are stepping up towards cybercrime-as-a-service model. It is a high time for organizations to gear up to tackle organized and sophisticated attack launches of cyber crooks. Read more
The market for VR will be worth $150 billion within four years. Technologies such as 3D spectacles, Google Glass, and previous incarnations of VR headsets, are paving way for better and more exciting technologies. And so, we will get to see many more such examples in the days to come. Read more
Brexit then is clearly a mixed bag for the tech industry in India. Although the results are a cause for concern, some believe they also herald a new beginning for the UK which will be influenced by a strong government policy and the success of negotiations with the EU and the rest of the world. Read more
- Uber To Double Headcount In India Across Tech Centers
- When Digital Becomes Human at Infocom Kolkata
- Big Data: The Driving Force for Logistics Automation
- 10% Investment In Telecom To Add 3.3% Of India’s GDP: BIF
- What’s Driving India’s B2B E-Commerce Market?
- Study Reveals Indian Businesses Make Best Use of Collaboration
- Cyber Threats Cost Indian Cos Upto USD 10.3 Mn In Economic Losses
- Putting Customer Experience At The Heart Of Digital Transformation
- 8 Trends That Will Reshape the FinTech Landscape in 2019
- Three Ways IoT Is Disrupting The Modern Enterprises