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Abhishek Kumar, Co-Founder, Xoxoday

Killing annual appraisal review is no answer to low engagement of employee

Looking at past trends, it is obvious that performance management needs a change. Yet, replacing the traditional models and not having a planned process has backfired
Valli Bollavaram, Vice President - Enterprise Data & Business Intelligence Engineering, Target India.

Will machine learning drive omnichannel shopping experience?

Machine Learning is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that provides computers with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed to and has a major role in helping achieve this ideal shopping scenario.
Aniketh Jain, CEO & CO-Founder of Solutions Infini

Chatbots are far from being intelligent

We were promised that chatbots would transform the way we interact with businesses and services, but the truth of the matter is that they are far from being intelligent, writes Aniket Jain of Solutions Infini
Anand S, Vice President, TechVision, Frost & Sullivan

Elon Musk new baby Neuralink has great potential for healthcare: Frost & Sullivan

The news about Elon Musk’s latest venture – a brain-computer interface company called Neuralink proves that this technology is significant in enabling development of advanced thought-controlled devices
Neeraj Sabharwal, Director (Cloud and Big Data Solutions), Xavient Information Systems

Big Data has significantly impacted the tech road-map of enterprises

Big Data technologies have significantly impacted the technology roadmap of many solution and product companies
Ashish Gulati, Country Head, Telit India.

Can digitization be a catalyst for IoT?

In India Digitization would act as a catalyst towards the growth of Internet of Things (IoT). Re-inventing the IoT function to cater to Digitization requires far-reaching changes, from talent to infrastructure and it takes multiple years to complete
Sanjay Rohatgi, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific and Japan, Symantec

Narendra Modi govt should set aside at least 8% of IT budget for cybersecurity: Symantec

Similar to the decision in 1998 to set aside a specific budget for IT across government projects paved the way for induction and adoption of technology throughout India, the government should consider setting aside at least 8% of its overall IT budget specifically for cyber security

Expected benefits of govt programs have not been effective

Over the last two years, the government has implemented several policy reforms but the expected benefits of government programs have not been effective because there is a gap between the initiatives and the actual intended outcome

Govt should lower the rate of taxes on domestic software & IT services in Union Budget 2017: Greytip Software

This will help lower costs of these items and lead to increased adoption and will have a significant impact in helping the government achieve is vision of a Digital India
Pradipto Chakrabarty, Regional Director, CompTIA

Data security could be a promising career in the age of Digital India

IT is playing a dominant role in the India’s economy but is it prepared enough to combat the red eye of cybersecurity threat?