Lenovo is an open and futuristic tech vendor, providing end-to-end solutions from pocket to the data center, says Sumir Bhatia, President, DCG APAC at Lenovo.
Jennifer Felch, Dell Digital Office of the CIO, Senior Vice President, Global Corporate and Supply Chain, Strategy and Business Operations talks about the important role India playing in the digital landscape.
Tech as a service model, Project Velocity for channels are adding to the PC momentum, says Ken Wong, President, PCSD, APAC and SVP, Lenovo Group.
From e-vehicles to autonomous cars, Warren Harris, MD and CEO of Tata Technologies gives us a view from the top at the Indian auto sector.
Businesses today are facing extremely expensive glitches owing to accumulated technical debt across global IT systems, says Dr. Bill Curtis, Chief Scientist at Cast Software and Director of the Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ).
Fresh from investments through Blackstone Ventures, data protection company TITUS is on the growth mode globally, and particularly in India, says Jim Barkdoll, CEO of TITUS.
Anjali Arora, Chief Product Officer, Rocket Software, explains the company’s R&D strategy for India, aggressive hiring plans aligning with the Indian talent pool, and the growth potentials they offer.
The retuning of business strategy and technology blueprint will add to company’s inorganic growth, says Col Balwinder Singh, MD, Targus Technologies.
Service-based models like MPS and Device-as-a-Service to redefine IT infra of PCs and Printers across Indian organizations, says Sumeer Chandra, MD, HP Inc. India
Digital evangelists should continue to experiment, fail, learn, share and succeed that will also help sift reality from hype within Digital, says Anand Laxshmivarahan, CDO at Cairn Oil & Gas, Vedanta.