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Refiners Still Reluctant To Invest In Digital Tech: Study
Increase in digital investments prompts data security concerns for oil and gas players that are harnessing new technologies to boost efficiency.
Flash: An Enabler For IT Transformation In India
Flash provides agility, allowing organisations to make important decisions quicker improving application performance and employee productivity.
India's BI Software Revenue To Reach USD 245 Mn in 2017: Gartner
CIOs, CDOs and other data and analytics leaders must evolve traditional approaches to focus on business outcomes, said Gartner,
Why Businesses Must Learn To Swim In Data Lake
With the increasing need of organizations to process huge volumes of raw data from disparate sources, there has been a significant rise in the demand and need for Data Lake in India.
Cloudera To Accelerate Machine Learning In The Enterprise
Enterprise customers require a cohesive platform to scale their analytics solutions and maximize their investments.
Fiber Channel Won't Die; It Has Emerged Even Stronger
Anuroop Gupta, Country Manger- SAN Business, Brocade India explains the reasons behind the increased demand for Fibre Channel in the enterprise storage space and discusses some of the latest trends in India.
Solving Digital India's Big Data Conundrum
Vivek Tyagi, Director for India business development, SanDisk Commercial sales and Support at Western Digital Corporation explains how the company is playing an important role in the Digital India scheme.
Solix Chalks Out Expansion Plans For India
Solix’s new expansion will include substantial investments in research and development of products.
Earth Day: How Big Data Helps In Reducing Pollution
Big Data tools use mathematical and statistical models, tools, and algorithms to discover trends and patterns including the ability to make predictions.
For CXOs Understanding The Value Of Data Is Critical
Total worldwide data will swell to 163zb by 2025 - 10 times the amount today; majority will be created and managed by enterprises, says a new study.