AI/ML can be deployed to enhance the efficiency of a lot of processes in the oil and gas sector, according to S.T Sathiavageeswaran, Executive Director- Information Systems at Hindustan Petroleum.
According to Rajiv Sharaf, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Reliance Infrastructure, normal routine cycles of IT configurations will vanish in the coming years and will be overtaken by AI-based automation.
According to Alok Khanna, Executive Director – Information Systems, Indian Oil Corporation, technologies including AI/ML, blockchain, IoT and AR/VR are optimizing processes for the oil and gas sector.
According to Pijush Kanti Gupta, Chief Information Officer, Cairn Oil & Gas, technologies such as big data analytics, AI/ML, IoT, robotic process automation, blockchain and AR/VR will transform operations for the upstream oil and gas industry.
India is a learner-centric market and if people are guided towards the right set of skills, there is a phenomenal opportunity and value waiting to be unlocked, says Chris McCarthy, CEO of Degreed.
Sutherland's Head of Technology Infrastructure and Operations, Prashanth MJ, elaborates on how creating a design thinking model on top of emerging tech is a critical aspect of achieving digital transformation (DX).
IT needs to be pushed towards the edge of the enterprise, into all functions and divisions, says Daisy Chittilapilly, MD, Digital Transformation Office (DTO), Cisco India and SAARC.
Check out this video interaction with Rajnish Gupta, Regional Director, India & SAARC at RSA Security, where he gives valuable insights on the current data security challenges for Indian organizations. According to Gupta, as digitalization expands the number of attack vectors, CISOs must be fully prepared for advanced cyber attacks.
There is immense talent available in the Indian market for robotic process automation (RPA), according to Param Kahlon, chief product officer at UiPath.
Reduction of corporate tax, angel tax exemptions, GST amendments, fintech promotion and clarity on eKYCs are few announcements that Indian businesses are keenly looking forward to when Arun Jaitley presents an interim budget on 1 February.
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).