Tech Trends 2019
2018 has been another transformative time for security teams in APAC regions. The imposition of new regulations like Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches scheme and the Indian government’s push to be GDPR compliant have been influential on cybersecurity investment and strategy.
Avaya India MD Vishal Agrawal: 5 technology trends to watch out for enterprise collaboration industry in 2019
In 2018, as emerging technologies such as AI, ML, and blockchain continued to build real-world use cases, enterprise collaboration industry adopted these technologies to provide a seamless and unified platform to its customers, writes Avaya India MD Vishal Agrawal.
Telecos are increasingly leveraging data as a means to drive business value and enhance customer experience. Thus, traditional software applications are giving way to new analytics-driven models incorporating the latest trends such as Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Maveric Systems CEO Ranga Reddy: With 25% growth target, we are looking to expand in Europe, UK and US
Over the the next 24 months, we are looking to an overall growth of 25% with 30% growth in new service areas, says Ranga Reddy, CEO and Co-founder, Maveric Systems.
In today’s fast paced, crowded marketplace, consumer demands for unique, technologically advanced products are rising. 2018 has been the year of integration in the household appliances category. However, 2019 is set to be the year of ‘Consumer Centricity’ in India.
Citing its Top 10 hot consumer trends for 2019 report, Ericsson said that autonomous and mood-predictive technology could soon play a bigger role in people’s everyday lives.
Brandeyes CEO Amlan Bhattacharjya: BYOD and Online Streaming to propel mobile accessories market growth in 2019
The growing trend of BYOD and online streaming will act as a leaver for propelling growth of the mobile accessories market, says Amlan Bhattacharjya, Founder & CEO of Brandeyes Distributors.
The digital landscape has evolved rapidly, and it is commonplace as a consequence, that it is making demands in the evolution of our role as designers, writes Think Design Founder and CEO Hari Nallan.