From almost selling chappatis online to setting up a successful cloud tech company, how Vinothini Raju did it all

Vinothini Raju spent a decade in corporate, building and testing network protocols, when she stumbled upon cloud technology. At the time there was a global argument amidst technologists about the merits of storing corporate information in a private or public cloud, or in remote data centres under lock and key. There were naysayers to the merits, but cloud technology was here to stay. The fall in storage and compute prices created a consumer revolution, which in turn changed the way information dissemination happened in enterprises.

Sikka Spins Infosys Into A Digital Company

There is a change brewing in Infosys. Under Vishal Sikka’s direction there are a few things that are already presenting themselves as fresh and innovative. But can Infosys become the pioneer of automation without losing its tag as a great employer and a stellar stock marker performer. Look at the incremental changes, like the acquisition of Skava and Panaya, that are happening, within the company, to understand why Sikka wants to brand Infosys as a digital company without frightening investors and employees. There are several challenges along the way especially when he quotes the late professor Mashelkar famous words “do more with less for more.”

Cloud specialists: IBM, Oracle looking for you

As Indian corporates and governments embrace cloud in a bigger way, technology firms operating in India are looking to build armies of cloud sales professionals to tap into the demand.From large firms like IBM and Oracle to more specialized players like Red Hat, companies are looking for cloud specialists in the country, currently a very small group of people, creating an arms race for talent.

IT Giants IBM, Oracle, RedHat And Others Racing For Cloud Sales Specialists To Tap Rising Demand

As Indian corporates and governments embrace cloud in a bigger way, technology firms operating in India are looking to build armies of cloud sales professionals to tap into the demand.From large firms like IBM and Oracle to more specialized players like Red Hat, companies are looking for cloud specialists in the country, currently a very small group of people, creating an arms race for talent.

Infra Service Can’t Bring Home the Bacon for HCL

HCL Technologies needs to rethink its strategy as its fastest-growing vertical, infrastructure services business, has been slowing down with clients shifting to cloud technology , experts said, suggesting increased investment to push other businesses at India’s fourth largest information technology company. The Noida-based company’s infrastructure management services (IMS) business, which manages computers, does software upgrades, provides anti-virus protection for clients and scales it up to manage data centres and networks, accounts for over $1 billion (about `6,200 crore) revenue.