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Self-driving cars caught the fancy of the world, and people around the globe are waiting with bated breath for these fancy thingamajigs to roll out on the tarmac. But, are they ready to take to the roads yet?

The Indian government's vision to build 70 supercomputers sounds great. But India's track record in building parallel processors and global realities could pose serious hurdles.

All characters appearing in this work are non-fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely not at all coincidental.

With the help of IBM's Cloud solution, Citigroup is supporting a major development project to provide a seamless retail banking experience.

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CEO, Sulekha.com

The CEO of Sulekha.com, Satya Prabhakar, says the company expects 75 percent of their transactions through the mobile app by 2017.

Scientists are using a supercomputer to identify the nanostructure of cellulose to potentially pave the way for more disease-resistant crop varieties and increase the sustainability of the pulp, paper and fibre industry.

The security pros interviewed for our article, "Experts bust Android security myths," offered up the following eight Android security tips for IT administrators and users

Twitter Co-founder invests in a Bangalore start-up that has developed a B2C app.

NASA and partner Made In Space Inc. are planning to solve a major supply chain issue by installing a 3D printer in space.

To help enterprises discover the root causes of customers' anger, researchers at a New Zealand-based company are using AI o mimic furious callers to figure out how customers react in different situations.

By embedding an e-paper display in the back of credit and debit cards, payment specialist Oberthur Technologies hopes to make online fraud a lot more difficult.

What do Shakespearean tragedies and security issues have in common? Both are overwhelmingly the result of human error.

Tom Corbett is considering moving to Windows 10 when the time comes, "but I do want the desktop to look like Windows 7."

Google has announced its latest round of price cuts for its cloud computing platform, now 30 per cent cheaper than previous offerings the company claimed.

IBM and Deloitte are betting that computers can understand reams of financial regulatory guidelines more thoroughly, and speedily, than humans.

A startup company with some very big-name backers has just come out of stealth mode and revealed a business plan that could turn bitcoin mining -- and even the economics of selling chips and smartphones -- on its head.

The potential hack of the Starbucks' app is now a major news story. It is an incredible opportunity to demonstrate the relevance of your security efforts.

Public relations is one of several proven ways for organizations to connect with their target audience. But how can you ensure that your press releases and PR efforts are getting to the right people?

With the cloud it is important to think long term. Here's how to prepare.

Implementing a change in an organization can be tedious at times. Here are some of the ways to ease out the transition.

Why are businesses using Twitter as a transaction channel? Apparently because there are a lot of people on it. But does the number of Twitter users, and the amount of time they spend on Twitter justify the investments businesses are making to create Twitter transaction channels? 

A CIO must have the right leadership skills to deliver on heightened expectations. We list you the ways to exhibit those skills.

The CFO of Lupin, Ramesh Swaminathan, works in tandem with the CIO to manage the company’s information supply chain and drive business decisions.

The shamelessness of ransomware pushers knows no bounds. After encrypting people's files and then holding them to ransom, they portray themselves as service providers offering technical support and discounts to their "customers."

Vijay Ramachandran
Editor-in-chief,IDG Media

All businesses, even the most successful ones, at a point will run out of room to grow. The alternative is to make the leap to a new, growing business.

Public relations is one of several proven ways for organizations to connect with their target audience. But how can you ensure that your press releases and PR efforts are getting to the right people?

Puneet Kapoor
Sr. EVP, Kotak Mahindra Bank

Dormant bank accounts are a challenge for all banks. Over the years, Kotak Mahindra Bank had accumulated four lakh of such accounts. Here’s how it used analytics to revive a whole bunch of them.

Myntra, which was bought by Flipkart last year, is among the first few e-commerce companies to go app-only. Shamik Sharma, Chief Technology and Product Officer, Myntra, shares why the company decided to shut its website and what it really takes to become mobile-only. 

I recently attended an event celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Moore's law and was entranced by some of the old stories from Intel's founding. Part of what I found fascinating was the virtual passing of the torch from the passionate founder Gordon Moore to Intel's current CEO Brian Krzanich.

According to CIO India research, a full 65 percent of Indian enterprises aren’t really serious about mobile security. Yet, we aren’t hearing about mobile breaches. Something doesn’t add up. We took the question to Parag Deodhar, chief risk officer and CISO at Bharti Axa General Insurance.

Creating a compelling technology resume that stands out but more importantly illicits the type of job you're focused on requires knowing what you want and telling your story quickly, clearly and concisely in a way that highlights what you bring to the table.

If we want to get clues about the future of the CIO, it is incumbent upon us to be aware of the changing roles of the CEO, the CMO and the CFO.