Health care

HP Inc: 3D printing will be democratized in India

HP Inc. believes 3D printing has a total addressable market (TAM) of USD 12 trillion globally, while India alone could be a TAM of USD 1 trillion by 2025.

Human factor weak link in health data security

Crystal ball gazing is an art usually left to mediums and psychics who profit off the hope of the true believers.

Top healthtech startups in Malaysia

List of the 10 top healthtech startups in Malaysia 2018

At Manipal Hospitals, AI is being used to personalize cancer care

Manipal Hospitals has tied up with Watson for Oncology to provide personalized treatment recommendations for cancer patients. 

Fortis Healthcare appoints Ajay Vij as new CIO

Ajay Vij has been named as the new Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Fortis Healthcare, after Veneeth Purushotaman joined Aster DM Healthcare as Group CIO.

ICICI Lombard GIC embeds AI for cashless hospital claims

As the cognitive AI engine is trained to reproduce a doctor’s judgment, the platform helped ICICI Lombard GIC to optimize services, accelerate processes, and make better decisions. 

Pentagon CIOs struggle with legacy tech, security. Sounds familiar?

Defense Department tech chiefs working to modernize sprawling IT infrastructure encounter similar hurdles — if on a larger scale — as CIOs in other agencies and the private sector.

Neelam Dhawan appointed Advisor- Partner Transformation at IDC India

Dhawan's main area of expertise has been managing complex technology business in highly matrixed organizations.

What is CRM? Software for managing customer data

Equal parts strategy and technology, customer relationship management (CRM) is about using data to understand your customers—and boost sales.

This solutions provider has a smarter way of doing digital, through knowledge and training.

For those in the world still wondering when Skynet, of Terminator fame, will take over the human race, take a step back and breathe.

How an Iranian engineer uses mega ultra marathons to overcome life trauma

Tayebeh Alirezaee has no recollection of her life in Iran during the revolution of 1979. It’s understandable given she was an infant at the time. But the trauma of the subsequent conflict between Iran and Iraq, a war that raged from 1980 until 1988, is still fresh in her mind.