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AI-ML Is Taking Travel To The Next Level
Neeraj Dotel, Managing Director, India and SAARC SAP Concur, discusses the how the company’s cloud-based solutions are helping enterprises across the world safely carry out all business transactions related to travel and expense management.
India's IT Services Market To Reach USD 13.2 Bn By 2018-End: IDC
Managed Security Services is another area that is poised for a healthy growth in the next 3-5 years, says IDC.
Oracle Gets Ready To Soar To The Cloud
In a candid conversation with CXOToday, Prasad Rai, Vice President, Applications, Oracle India, explains the philosophy behind Oracle Soar and its business benefits.
Hitachi Vantara Appoints Hemant Tiwari As GM For India
Tiwari will lead Hitachi Vantara’s business and operations in India with a focus on growing the overall business, building up the partner ecosystem.
How Does The CEO Become A CEO?
The most important commonality across CEOs isn’t really any particular school or role—it’s the ability to handle complex problems, inspire others, and prove themselves at every stage of their career path.
6 Ways Medical CIOs Can Build a Healthier Future
Healthcare transformation relies on the convergence of technology and people to deliver the best care to patients and drive better value, says Gartner.
Using AI, Big Data To Design The Right Curriculum
Product development is a very important pillar that helps your idea from concept to marketable product.
Smart Devices To Add Up To $685 Bn to Manufacturing Revenue By 2020: Study
To capitalize on the opportunity, manufacturers will need to balance their efforts between legacy products and new services business models, the report said.
IT Veteran Neelam Dhawan Joins Ecosystm As Board Advisor
In her new role at Ecosystm, Dhawan will provide ongoing counsel to the board, in concurrence with her existing roles as board member at Dutch technology giant Royal Philips, and ICICI Bank Limited India.
Most Organizations Not Doing 'People Strategies' Right
A new study found that developing “Next Gen” leaders and failure to attract and retain top talents were rated as the key challenge by HR leaders in India.