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Thomson Thomas
SVP-Business Systems & Technology, HDFC Life

Thomson Thomas, SVP-Business Systems & Technology, HDFC Life, believes that organizations must look for strategic ways to handle information security.

Robosoft Technologies, an Indian IT company founded in 1996 has been able to stay relevant for the last two decades because they continued to reinvent themselves constantly.

Vadodara-based Indusface aspires to be a global market leader in the application security space with its integrated "Total Application Security” solution.

Microsoft's share of shipped devices will climb slightly this year and pick up some steam in 2016, but Apple's share will grow at a more sluggish pace because of slow-downs in iPhone and iPad, Gartner forecast.

There are other devices being developed to enhance lives in other ways.

A global security survey has found that the boards of organizations in India are more involved in security decisions compared to their global counterparts.

Intellinet Datasys creates a mobile application that allows the field staff, site engineer, and supervisor to solve customers’ problems faster. 

By digitizing employee documents, Mindtree has successfully reduced its time to access information and increase customer satisfaction.

According to iSPIRT, a software product industry think tank, 75 percent of new technology startup firms will move out of India in 2015.

Indian CIOs speak about how to effectively handle wearable devices and the potential security risks attached to it.

As traditional marketing strategies make way for social media marketing, corporate leaders have to take social media seriously, says Samar Singh Shekhawat, United Breweries.

The outage came after the devastating cyber attack against Sony.

Taking storage away from servers led to performance issues in the network, as data needs to be fetched over four to five hops.  

Spurred on by rising enterprise interest in the hybrid cloud, the overall cloud market is likely to see great growth in the coming year.

IBM is building out its global computing network for the enterprise cloud market and announced that it is adding cloud centers in 11 new locations.

Global environment changes are increasingly challenging Indian businesses to look beyond financial performance and integrate environmental and social concerns into their strategic outlook.

Xiaomi, which considers India an important market, seems ready to negotiate.

To further the cause of IOT in India, Prateek Pashine, head- Enterprise Business, Tata Teleservices throws light on what IoT is and how its sensors work.

The police are checking whether Uber was negligent in some areas including the background check of the driver.

In the light of smart city projects being implemented in India, Prabhu Ramachandran, Director, WebNMS, talks about what is in store for the residents of smart cities.

At the Amazon Executive Summit in India held on 30th September, Vogels said that the company has relentlessly focused on cost reduction, and that’s just one of the areas of Amazon’s persistent customer focus.

Aditya Berlia
Member-Management Board, Apeejay Stya and Svran Group

How Apeejay Stya and Svran Group centralized its infrastructure and reduced capex cost by moving to the public cloud.

CIOs who get involved at the board level expand their business outlook and undergo a rich learning experience.

Cloud computing is uniquely susceptible to the perils of myths due to the nature, confusion, and hype surrounding it, says Gartner. 

The back-door-type Trojan was likely developed by a nation state, researcher say.

Arundhati Bhattacharya
Chairman, State Bank of India

Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairperson at SBI, elaborates on how cutting-edge technologies added teeth to the bank’s extensive network of 20,200 branches across India.

Kris Hagerman
CEO, Sophos

Combining great technology—that is well deployed, well maintained—with the user base conscious of the threat landscape results in an effective security posture, says Kris Hagerman, Chief Executive Officer, Sophos.

According to the State of the CIO 2015 Survey, a majority of CIOs who are considered competitive differentiators by businesses are more satisfied than those who are considered cost centers. But that’s just one of the many differences between the two. 

SBI now has a country-wide MPLS reach, better branch connectivity, and is poised to deliver uniform customer experience across its network.

All CIOs should know where their company assets are located, says Greg Bryett, Sales Director, APAC and LAM, RF Code.

New technologies have forced organizations to rethink their security strategy. Three Indian CIOs debate the best way forward.

Kapil Mehrotra
CIO, Artemis Hospital

Artemis Hospital saved heavily on physical storage cost by deploying a large, cloud-based document management system. 

Collaboration will be key to increase customer focus next year.

If they're correct, 2015 could bring better business outcomes, billions in renegotiation, the end of the RFP, and cloud robots.

Cisco's making a big bet on cloud, but what exactly is the strategy?

Milan Sheth, partner and technology sector leader, Ernst & Young, says there’s a lot of reason for the IT industry to be positive about 2015. 

Vaultize has proved its mettle in securing unstructured data across organizations, and now the Indian startup looks forward to spreading its wings to other geographies of the world.

Three CIOs talk about the emerging role of chief data officers and whether it would cut ice in organizations.

The company helps agribusinesses and cooperatives capture all kinds of transactions using technology for bringing visibility and traceability to farmer interactions.

Namita Vikas, Senior President and Country Head-Responsible Banking & Chief Sustainability Officer, YES BANK, talks technology.