New blockchain-based financial networks like the one launched by IBM last week will enable faster and more transparent cross-border payments and eventually become the platform for retail and other consumer transactions.
On Friday, March 22, the Karnataka Government announced Ola would be banned from operating business in the state for six months as it was allegedly running illegal bike-taxi services.
NEC claims its facial recognition technology has successfully foiled an attempt by a problem gambler using disguises to try and gain entry to an Australian casino.
As the Chief Digital Officer, Sharat M Airani will be responsible for all digital activities at Bluechink APAC and EU. He will be directly reporting to the CEO.
Content delivery networks have been around for more than a decade, but many enterprises are taking a new look at the perks and specialization that today’s CDN services have to offer.
Aadhaar has become a single platform without any systemic failover plans in place. And this is Aadhaar’s single point of failure.
SWIFT, which runs the world's largest payments messaging network, announced plans to test blockchain as a method of allowing shareholders of financial services clients to cast votes electronically.
ThoughtSpot might be the new kid on the block, but the company plans to bring Google-like search to the enterprise and empower 20 million users with search-driven analytics by 2020.
Gartner also predicts that by 2023, 50 percent of the roles that government CIOs will oversee do not exist in government IT today.
Think of data as a corporate asset to be monetized effectively on your digital transformation journey, says Sanjay Mirchandani, President and CEO at Commvault.
The big banks need to make open banking more user friendly and agree on customer messaging if the project is to prove successful, according to the head of customer experience at Barclaycard, Elizabeth Hartley.