More ‘mission critical’ workloads in the digital world induces companies to be always-on says Nick Nindra, Regional VP APAC at Stratus.
With companies claiming to have a gender-diverse workforce across all levels, it seems like Indian enterprises might have finally caught up to speed. But why are reports saying otherwise, asks Geetha Kannan.
Roadmap to providing an immersive customer experience and the technology that goes behind making Freshworks’ products adaptable and intuitive: Sidharth Malik, Chief Revenue Officer at Freshworks, talks to IDG Media.
Alok Ohrie, President and MD, India Commercial, Dell EMC, believes Dell-EMC is best poised, as a consolidated tech company, to play a significant role in Digital India.
In an exclusive with CIO India, Karnataka IT minister, Priyank Kharge, revealed he will discuss the need for a blockchain policy with industry stakeholders on February 15, 2018.
Gaurav Agarwal, MD, Symantec India, believes the fast changing security and threat landscape demands cohesive CISO-CIO collaboration.
As the confusion around bitcoin’s legality and its usage in cybercrime lingers, Bombay High Court advocate and cyber law expert, Prashant Mali clears the concept.
Hiring specialized people as a security thinker is crucial for modern businesses, says Rajesh Maurya, regional vice president at Fortinet.
"In 2018, we would see a lot more deliberate actions by companies to augment security of their applications," says Parag Khurana, Managing Director, India and SAARC at F5 Networks.
"We are primarily focused to deliver proactive protection to customers across server security, endpoint security and network security", says Nilesh Jain, vice president—South East Asia and India, at Trend Micro.
Analytics isn’t an afterthought for digital businesses with the advent of new technologies like IoT, ML and AI, says Noshin Kagalwalla, MD at SAS India.
Shailender Kumar, MD, Oracle India observes that analytics, IoT, and security are game changers in the customer’s digital and cloud journey.