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.
Anand Ekambaram, Country Head, Tableau India

Government and enterprise are going to rely more on Business Intelligence in 2018: Tableau

For a competitive edge in 2018, organisations must recognise the strategies, technologies, and business roles that can enhance their approach to business intelligence.
Anil Bhasin, Regional Vice President – India and SAARC, Palo Alto Networks

5 trends that will change Network Security landscape in 2018

- With the prospects of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics and the Internet of Things, there’s also increasing risk of confidential data being maliciously collected, stored and disseminated.
Kishan Sundar, Vice President, Digital Assurance at Maveric Systems

What does Digital Transformation mean for a bank: Here’s a digital checklist

Digital Transformation of a bank can happen if strategy, operations, training, and communication truly become integrated and digital, not just few departments
Anish Kanaran, Channel Director-Middle East, Africa & India, Epicor Software

Digital Transformation: Understanding digital debt, spending priorities and migration road map are key

The reality is that digital transformation is an ongoing process for most companies–they are required to continuously assess when and how fast to migrate their technology.
Darren Roos, President of SAP S/4HANA Cloud at SAP

Putting Cloud ERP at the core of digital value creation is making business future proof

What you could have dealt with 10 years ago, before the availability of real-time data and digital channels, is now enough to be fatal. Putting Cloud ERP at the core of digital value creation is the key to overcoming this challenge.
Srinivas Rao, Sales Director, Government Sector, Hitachi Vantara

eGovernance is pre-requisite to build Smart Cities

The benefits of egovernance shall not remain restricted to the 100 smart cities that are to be built within the next few years, but will percolate to other urban areas and even rural areas
Beas Dev Ralhan, CEO & Co-founder, Next Education India

EdTech trends 2018: AR, VR and adaptive learning to influence education sector

While these EdTech trends will continue in 2018, we can expect technology to weave its magic further and present K-12 with another couple of new things
Limesh Parekh, CEO, Enjay IT Solution

CRM for Government Sector: How it can help Public Sector get organised?

While CRM in public sector seems to be in a very nascent form, key establishments like IRCTC, RTA and Municipal Corporations are leading the use of CRM in the public domain for quite some time now
Rajiv Bhalla, Managing Director at Barco Electronic Systems

Connected enterprise is a reality, but are they really connected?

Connected enterprise need advanced solutions that can be implemented to enable more hassle-free and productive collaboration.
Sumeet Tandure, Regional Manager, Platforms and Solutions, Hitachi Vantara India.

With growing influence of regulators on data management, technology could be the saviour of corporations

New global legislations, such as the MiFID2, Dodd-Frank and, GDPR extend the influence and power of regulators to require corporations to comply. So, the focus now shifts to effective management of data
Scott Zoldi, Chief Analytics Officer, FICO

6 things that AI will have to do in 2018 to cement its position: Check what they are

From learning to fight back to explain itself, AI will have to do following key things to cement its position in 2018
Makarand Joshi, Area Vice President and Country Head, India Subcontinent, Citrix

Digital Upskilling, Analytics and Cloud to dominate future of work: Citrix

2018 will be the year enterprises will work towards harnessing opportunities created by integration of new technologies and future of work will rely on technologies like cloud, AI, analytics
Manish Bahl, Senior Director, Centre for the Future of Work, Cognizant

Future of jobs is more secure with AI, robot, big data, machine learning, says Cognizant

Technology Trends for 2018: The future of has never been brighter than what it is going to be with AI, automation and machine learning