Public cloud gains traction among Indian CIOs and scepticism associated with security also seems to be vanishing.
Better performance, more control, higher reliability, and reduced cost are few of the reasons why CIOs are adopting hybrid cloud over private cloud, CIO Mid-year Review 2014 survey showed.
Compared to their peers who got a hike, these Indian CIOs are doing the right things but aren’t getting paid for it.
According to CIO Mid-Year Survey 2014, Indian CIOs are placing big bets on the SMAC stack to stay ahead of the curve.
According to CIO India’s Mid-Year Review 2014 survey, 48 percent of Indian CIOs are currently using, or planning to implement hybrid clouds in their organizations, compared to 35 percent last year.
Elevating your stature to competitive differentiator status doesn’t have to be an exercise in the black arts. CIO research demystifies what it take to become a competitive differentiator.
An overwhelming 78.1 percent CIOs stated that they would spend more than the previous year on security management and planning in the current year.
The characteristics of happy CIOs--versus unhappy ones--goes beyond money, CIO research proves. But it has plenty to do with it.
Somesh Chandra, Director-Customer Service, Operations, Technology and Chief Quality Officer, Max Bupa, puts his customers on a pedestal and is banking on IT to keep them there.
As technology and business become more interdependent, being a jack of all trades is inevitable. Srinivasan Iyengar, COO, Reliance Life Insurance, is leveraging his past experience as CIO to enhance the company’s operations and aligning business with IT.
Today, more than ever, it has become crucial for HR departments to join hands with IT to provide the millennials flooding organizations with cool new technologies. Amit Kumar, HR-Head, Convergys India is doing that and much more.
Sangita Reddy, Executive Director, Operations, Apollo Hospitals Group, says that in an industry where every passing minute could change a life, IT is lending a hand by improving response times, reducing human error, and saving costs.
As much as 52 percent of Indian IT leaders today percieve their department to be a consultant to LOBs, a global survey reveals.
CFOs in India—and worldwide—are increasing investments in IT to take their businesses ahead.
In terms of commercial value of unlicensed software, India stands at the third position, after US and China.
Over 60 percent of CFOs want all information available to make decisions. Yet, 47 percent say their decision-making is slowed down by information overload.
Indian CIOs are pushing the digital agenda in their organizations, increasing investment in new technologies.
Over-regulation, currency volatility, lack of talent, inadequate infrastructure—the list is long for the worrisome Indian CEO.
T.G. Dhandapani, Group CIO, TVS Motor Company talks about how he is successfully leveraging a popular methodology known as shelf engineering in IT.
Harnath Babu, VP-IT, Aviva Life Insurance evaluates the various aspects of a BYOD challenge, from managing on-device applications ,data security, BYOD policies and numerous OS' and platforms.
Rajendra Deshpande, CTO, Serco Global Service, talks about the importance of having a long-term view of the cloud and your cloud strategy.
Our endeavor is to build a strong team replete with motivation, curiosity, insight, engagement, and determination to sustain and grow in an ever-changing business enviro nment, says Sunil Siddharth Lalbhai, CMD, Atul.
Harsh Goenka, Chairman, RPG Group, says that the tie that binds the diversified group is IT and that it is leveraging emerging technologies to stay ahead.
Samir Shah, MD & CEO, NCDEX, says that every crisis presents an opportunity to reform business and IT can enable that transformation.
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