HTC had a tumultuous week at the Mobile World Congress. With no new smartphone to promote, the company resorted to trashing Samsung's new Galaxy S5. On the other hand, HTC's year-old One smartphone won the Best Smartphone of 2013 award. resorted to trashing Samsung at the Mobile World Congress as the company had no flagship to offer and only mid-range smartphones to promote. The company did have the final laugh though with its current One flagship winning the prestigious Best Smartphone award.
Aerospace and defense company Boeing this week rolled out the Boeing Black – a heavily secured Android smartphone designed for use by the U.S. military and intelligence agencies, which – no kidding – will essentially self-destruct if tampered with.
Desktop who? Windows what? The classic Windows-based PC remains Intel's bread and butter, but it's needed to diversify its diet for a long time.
Just about five percent of the revenue Mindtree makes comes in rupees, which makes it vulnerable to currency markets. Rostow Ravanan, CFO, Mindtree, explains how his office deals with highly volatile forex.
Prashant Sharma, SVP Global Demand-Supply Organization and Global IT, Zydus Cadila, believes that if pharmaceutical companies can find a way to consolidate their supply chain networks, it could trigger the start of a number of benefits for the industry. But it’s going to require visionary thinking and a willingness to work with rivals.
A comprehensive look at the results of the CIO Year Ahead Survey 2014 and in-depth information on where Indian Enterprise IT is headed towards in 2014.
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We take a look at Microsoft’s latest intelligence security report and see how various malware types, exploits and vulnerabilities are shaping today’s threat landscape.
A survey of Indian millennial employees underscores the needs to create tighter security frameworks and more stringent monitoring.
Sudhir Kanvinde, AVP and CIO, IL&FS Transportation Networks, talks about the importance of big data and how it can help the transportation industry.
Sumit Chowdhury, CIO, Reliance Jio Infocomm, opens up the possibilities of a whole new world of CIO and CMO collaboration and how CIOs can leverage new age technologies to reach out to customers in more effective ways.
Darshan Appayanna, CIO at Happiest Minds, says SDX can provide organizations with a secure virtualized environment.
Sriram Krishnan, EVP-IT, ING Vysya Life Insurance, strongly believes that in the deluge of devices and OS', CIO need to be extremely pragmatic about what the final business outcome of a BYOD strategy needs to be.
CIOs who ignore new technologies like the cloud, mobility and big data will eventually perish, says Pujara.
R. Mukundan, MD, Tata Chemicals, says the power and potential of IT is strengthening its relationship with business, and helping the company make in-roads in the FMCG sector.
Qimat Rai Gupta, CMD, Havells India, believes being an early adopter of technology and trusting IT to enhance customer experience has helped it grow its business.
Milind Deora, MoS of Communications, IT, and Shipping, says the technology growth curve in India is promising and that the government is focused on leveraging the new trends in IT.
R. Balakrishnan, Chairman and Chief Creative Director, Lowe Lintas & Partners, questions the wisdom of the crowd, and says we're jumping the gun on social media marketing and mobile advertising.
In this interview, Rajeev Wagle, MD, Kuoni India, talks about the aspirations of the Indian traveler and how technology can help Kuoni India keep growing and enrich their customer’s experience.
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