Tag: Tech Trends 2018

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Consumer Electronics Trends to Watch for in 2018: Speech synthesis to make substantial inroads

The technology is really coming of age. Not only are we getting better at recognizing language, but speech synthesis has made substantial inroads, says George K. Thiruvathukal, Professor of Computer Science at Loyola University Chicago.
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.
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Bots were responsible for 90% of cyberattacks in 2017

Cybersecurity firm says that it has detected an exponential rise in bot attacks in 2017 with more than half of the attacks happened through command injection and 90% of all the attacks were from bots.
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.
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
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.
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.
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