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Vijay Ramachandran
Editor-in-chief,IDG Media

Nine years and 155 issues ago we began a journey that was to be about your experiences.

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.

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.

Fights common enemy Apple with new partnership.

For a CCOO, there is already a shift from being a house-keeper to managing customer experience as a holistic strategy, says Kamal Bajwa, chief customer operations officer at Tata Sky.

Lambda replaces the need to run a separate virtual machine to coordinate multiple AWS services.

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

The abrupt exit of top leaders of Indian and global tech companies this year, with many of them citing ambiguous reasons, surprised the technology world.

Vineet Gupta, MD, 22feet Tribal Worldwide, a digital marketing firm, shares why organizations need to take social media more seriously and how they can leverage it to take their businesses ahead. 

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

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.

Vinay Deshpande, chairman and CEO of Encore Software and one of the founders of Simputer Trust talks how the gadget was envisioned to familiarise the common man with computer-aided services. 

Even though a hefty amount of money is needed to be spent initially for digitizing business processes, the return on investment is mostly greater than the cost.

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.

With Facebook’s declining popularity and the stagnancy on Twitter, Ello has the potential to offer a refreshing change. Is this the new social revolution in the making?

Vijay Ramachandran
Editor-in-chief,IDG Media

Why does it require an end of life announcement for considering a migration?

Adrian Jones, President, Asia Pacific & Japan, Symantec, on why the company still remains a titanic force in the fast-changing security world.

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

As Windows server 2003 draws back its support in July 2015, Indian CIOs elaborate on how they plan to cope up with the situation.

Have you ever thought about creating your garments using a 3-D visualization engine? Move beyond norms, labels, and quick-fixes, the next generation of fashion retail is here.

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

While we are talking about making India a manufacturing hub, little is being said about the importance of design and technology aspect of things. In the world of wearables, one health band is changing all that. 

J.K. Iyer
Chief Strategy and Analytics Officer, Matrimony.com

Do women prefer smokers, non-smokers, or social smokers? Matriomony.com uses big data analytics to unearth that and more. 

Ushering in an era of surgical precision, robotic surgeries are fast gaining acceptance pushing the skill levels of surgeons to the optimum.

Ravi Ramakrishnan
Global IT Head and CIO, Uflex

How Uflex’s BYOD solution helped the company secure sales quotation data and enabled it to stay ahead of competition.

Internet penetration and Indian startups will act as a catalyst in the area of building industry-specific apps says Raju Vegesna, chief evangelist, Zoho.

Integration of legacy systems discourages Indian firms from adopting new tech. Top CIOs share their views.

Here’s how Uber—a taxi company that came to India just a year ago—is successfully challenging local market leaders to lower their prices through astute tech play.

25 billion connected “things” will be in use by 2020, says Gartner.

Kotak Mahindra Bank creates a Facebook app that allows users to send money to friends while on Facebook—without needing to know their account number.

Salil Godika, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, Happiest Minds, believes that enterprises can leverage disruptive technologies to drive differentiation.

Bharat Goenka, Co-founder and MD of Tally, shares why the company is one of the biggest success stories in the Indian software product space.

Aniruddha Paul
CIO, ING Vysya Bank

With a mobile banking app, packed with gamification techniques, ING Vysya is redefining mobile banking. 

New technologies are shifting power to the hands of the user, endangering the CIO role. But do Indian CIOs consider that a threat or an opportunity? 

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

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