Pushan Mahapatra, MD & CEO, SBI General Insurance

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, Big data, Quantum communication to see more investment: Pushan Mahapatra

We can certainly expect to see more excitement for investing in areas of , Machine Learning, , Big data & Quantum communication
Limesh Parekh, CEO, Enjay IT Solution

Top 5 CRM Trends for 2018: Click to check

Being perceived now as an essential standard business procedure, CRM in 2018 can get a grand transformation.
Charlie Lee CEO of Balance Hero

Union Budget 2018: India needs to cover more ground to sustain Fintech wave

The Union Budget 2018 must account measures to upgrade digital infrastructure and digital literacy in rural India to achieve the financial inclusion goal.
Carlos Pazos, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Platform Software, National Instruments

IIoT inching towards fleet-wide deployments with impressive returns: NI

The returns from Industrial IoT are based largely on the actionable, data-driven insights that have equipped forward-looking companies, such as Jaguar Land Rover, China Steel, and Duke Energy, to maximize uptime, boost performance, and drive future product innovation.
Nikhil Madan, General Manager – Data Lake & Scale-out Storage Solutions, Dell EMC

2018 will be the year to demystify the value of unstructured data: Dell EMC

With the advent of new-age technologies such as (IoT), data is coming in from all possible sources and in all possible forms such as pictures, videos, all of which is unstructured.
Anjan Srinivas, senior director, product management, Nutanix

Key technology trends that will transform data centre in 2018: Click to know

There will be a HCI first approach for any new purchases made by enterprises in the coming year, which will result in an increased adoption of HCI which fundamentally enables customers to do hybrid cloud.
Nutan Chokkareddy, CEO, KeyPoint Technologies

Technology that will shape 2018 is Artificial Intelligence: Here’s why

Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, autonomous vehicles, robotics have taken shape in a way that they are increasingly becoming a part of our daily lives.
Eyal Benishti, CEO & Founder of IRONSCALES

Federal agencies need to look beyond DMARC for email security

DMARC can be helpful but don’t be lulled into a false sense of security. For those threat actors that are truly motivated to cause damage or destruction, the protocol will prove an ineffective line of defence.
Bhupender Singh, CEO, Intelenet Global Services

IT-BPM Industry in India outlook for 2018: Disruptive tech, revamped partnerships, new skillset will define growth

The IT-BPM sector is in a favourable position, as it possesses the right mix of tech expertise and domain knowledge to categorically boost business efficiency.
Limesh Parekh, CEO, Enjay IT Solution

What is Augmented, Virtual, Mixed Reality and Artificial Intelligence in simple language?

Understanding tech terms, which can easily be confused as each other, is vital as Augmented, Virtual, Mixed reality and artificial intelligence technologies are set to play a key role in transforming our day to day functions and experiences.
Raman Bhushan, Partner, Advanced Analytics & Data Sciences, PwC India

How Big Data, Advanced Analytics can help India’s Discoms poor financial and operational health

Although data analytics is not new to the Discoms industry, which has long used spreadsheets to analyse information, organisations are increasingly looking to harness the benefits of Big Data and Advanced Analytics across the value chain.
Mark Lukie, senior sales engineer at Barracuda Networks

Cloud migration: Here’s how you can stitch security piece

Security is a totally different ball game in cloud when compared to traditional IT environment. It is very important to carefully analyze the new security requirements for the new cloud environment and not just continue with the same tools as in the traditional IT environment.
Aniketh Jain, CEO & CO-Founder of Solutions Infini

Infra and maintenance costs will be key factors in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning implementation

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning sound to be promising technology trends; however the infrastructure and maintenance costs are going to be the key deciding factors for their implementation, especially in startups and SMEs
Kunal Kislay, CEO & Co-founder, Integrations Wizards

IoT will have to be alchemical sorcerer’s stone in 2018 for technology world

We are on the brink of a simmering industrial revolution where IOT sometimes feels like an alchemical sorcerer’s stone that could turn anything to gold.
BVR Mohan Reddy, Founder Cyient & Former Chairman NASSCOM

IT industry ability to scale business in 2018 will go down due to change in visa rules by US, UK, Australia, and Singapore: BVR Mohan Reddy

New regulatory challenges coming from new visa regime with Trump administration and also changes to visa rules in countries like UK, Australia, Singapore etc. will bring down people mobility and as a result flexibility in scaling businesses.
Pankaj Bansal , Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, PeopleStrong

Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Computing to change recruiter’s role in recruitment: PeopleStrong

With so much happening in redesigning of the recruitment process, the biggest impact of technologies is obviously on the recruiter. They will have to ensure a balance between data focused analytical skills and people focused social skills.
Ron Davidson is CTO and Vice President of R&D at Skybox Security.

India’s investment in cybersecurity to grow exponentially in 2018: Skybox Security

There are a good number of large infrastructure projects in the pipeline, these projects will drive massive growth in India, which in turn will drive growth in managed cybersecurity services.
Limesh Parekh, CEO, Enjay IT Solution

How CRM can help IT retailers combat competition from e-commerce platforms

With its versatile potential to drive business growth, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software can be instrumental to turn around the IT retail business model and make it sustainable, while offering insights into potential growth areas.