How Telecom Gear-Maker ITI Turned Around

Thirteen years after it filed with the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR), ITI, the public sector-backed telecom equipment maker, has embraced change and turned its focus into new areas such as data centres and Internet of Things (IoT).

Samsung Embeds IoT Technologies In Devices To Track Usage Pattern Data

Samsung Electronics plans to include Internet-enabled sensors across its devices which can help the company get usage pattern data.

Greyhound Radio with Rajesh Janey, Dell EMC

Catch Rajesh Janey, President and Managing Director, Dell Enterprise India, Dell EMC in an exclusive conversation with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research on our executive dialogue series, #ONTrigger.

Listen to the podcast here or on iTunes / SoundCloud:

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Symantec Ventures – Why It Matters To The Future Of Cyber Security Innovation

On March 2, 2017 Symantec announced the launch of Symantec Ventures – its latest effort to help startups by contributing capital, reducing expenses and accelerating time to market. Per the company, Symantec Ventures is the next step post its partnership with Frost Data Capital Partner in 2015. Initially while the company aimed to foster up to 10 Security and IoT Analytics startups per year, with Symantec Ventures it plans to further its investment in areas like Machine Learning and Security Analytics.

HCL Tech Q3 Net Up 7.8%, Co Maintains Full-Year Guidance

HCL Technologies on Tuesday reported a 7.8% rise in consolidated net profit at Rs2,070 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, 2016, as compared to Rs1,920 crore reported in the year-ago period.

Telecom Wars To Continue In 2017, Consolidation Seen

Nokia Sets Sights On Smart Cities

Nokia plans to launch an incubator to engage start-ups that can develop solutions for smart cities and IoT. However, analysts believe that the going will be tough.

Tweet-Up on Digital Transformation

Join Greyhound Research (@Greyhound_R) and Sanchit Vir Gogia (@s_v_g) along with other esteemed panelists for a tweet-up on #DigitalTransformation.

WHEN: Wednesday, December 7, 2016. 2:00 PM (IST) onwards

WHERE: Twitter.com or your fav Twitter app, using #DigitalTransformation

ONTrigger with Rajesh Janey, Dell EMC

Catch Rajesh Janey, President and Managing Director, Dell Enterprise India, Dell EMC in an exclusive conversation with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research on our executive dialogue series, #ONTrigger.

In this dialogue, Rajesh chats with Sanchit about the recent merger of Dell and EMC, how it will pan out globally and what can the customers expect in India.

Greyhound TV Teaser: ONTrigger with Rajesh Janey, Dell EMC

Catch Rajesh Janey, President and Managing Director, Dell Enterprise India, Dell EMC in an exclusive conversation with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research on our executive dialogue series, #ONTrigger.

Tata Elxsi Plans To Drive Growth Through Acquisitions

Engineering and industrial design services provider Tata Elxsi, a Tata Group company, plans to buy smaller companies in areas such automotive, media and healthcare, helping it grow business faster. The over Rs1,000 crore company has built capabilities to provide niche automotive design services for driver-less cars and telematics for connected cars.

Firms Relying On Digital Transformation To Counter Disruption In Ecosystem: Survey

Disruption appears to be the new norm in India, with over 90 per cent of enterprises stating they have experienced disruption, and another 26 per cent unaware of how their industry would look three years down the line, according to a new survey.

HCL Tech Q2 Profit Jumps 16.7%; C. Vijaykumar Promoted To Top Post

HCL Technologies Ltd, India’s fourth largest information technology (IT) firm, on Friday reported that its net profit rose 16.7% year-on-year to Rs2,014 crore in the September quarter, fuelled by strong growth in its  infrastructure services business and improved margins.

The firm also announced the elevation of its chief operating officer, C. Vijayakumar, to the top position in the company and the acquisition of a US firm.

Mahindra Kickstarts Use Of Internet-Of-Things For Its Trucks, Tractors

Mahindra Group, India’s largest maker of tractors, has kickstarted an Internet-of-Things (IoT) project to place sensors in its trucks and tractors to predict potential breakdowns, as the auto-to-defence conglomerate seeks to ride the wave of technological disruption.

Dell Technologies Research: Indian Organizations Most Digitally Mature Globally

Businesses consider digital start-ups a threat, either now or in the future.

Big Business Houses Race For IT Infrastructure To Rival Startups

Sixty-three per cent of large businesses in India are scrambling to invest in IT infrastructure & digital skills to compete with start-ups who are posing a threat to traditional businesses and 62 per cent are planning to invest over 30 per cent of their 2016 IT budget in transformation projects.

Dell Tech To Tap Indian Digital Transformation

To tap into the country’s digital transformation, Dell Technologies, outcome of the $67 billion Dell-EMC merger, is sharpening its focus on the country.

Digital Startups Will Disrupt Businesses: Study

Businesses believe digital startups pose a threat to their organisation, either now or in the future, while most fear that they may become obsolete because of competition from these startups.

HCL Technologies Eyes 20% Revenue From Digital Play By 2020

HCL Technologies, India’s fourth largest software services company, expects digital, cloud, analytics, automation and internet of things (IoT) to grow faster than the traditional business segments, accounting for up to 20 per cent of revenues in next three to four years, from current five per cent.

HCL Technologies June Quarter Profit Rises 14.8% To Rs2,047 Crore

HCL Technologies Ltd, the country’s fourth largest IT firm, saw its June quarter consolidated net profit rise by 14.8% to Rs.2,047 crore on account of broad-based growth across service offerings, and it expects 12-14% revenue growth in the ongoing fiscal.

Mint Enterprise Technology Summit 2016

Leslie D’Monte, Technology Editor is in discussion with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO of Greyhound Research, Vishal Dhupar of NVIDIA Graphics, DR Shriram Revankar of Adobe India Big Data Experience Lab and many more such guests in Mint Enterprise Technology Summit 2016 wherein they discussed about big data analytics in IoT world.

To see video insights by Sanchit Vir Gogia, click here

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Big Data: Possibilities and challenges

At the 2016 edition of Mint’s Enterprise Tech Summit titled ‘Big Data analytics in an IoT world’, experts discuss potential and barriers to widespread IOT-Big Data value delivery.

The panellists included Sanchit Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO of Greyhound Research.

Acquisition of Geometric gives HCL Tech fillip in IoT segment

The acquisition of Geometric by HCL Technologies gives the latter a fillip to its Internet of Things (IoT) segment.

Startups And Traditional Businesses Have A Lot To Learn From One Another

Start-ups are cannibalising traditional businesses – from retail to banking. But there is a lot both the sides can learn from one another, the results of a survey found.

Start-ups, of course, have an edge in innovating faster since they are smaller in size and, therefore, more nimble than traditional businesses. They also work in an agile fashion where the software or the product developed is ‘iterated’ – the product, when released the first time, is hardly perfect but is updated and refined multiple times over a period. That marked a significant shift from the traditional mindset where an enterprise only released a perfect product after rigorous testing, a time taking affair.

Digitally native startups well placed to serve consumers

A new breed of connected consumers is placing new demands on how businesses operate and digitally native startups are well-positioned to address their needs, according to a survey commissioned by EMC India.

The study, conducted by Greyhound Research ‘The Startup Approach to Information in India’ and released here on Tuesday, found that business agility is the key business attribute allowing startups to disrupt traditional industries. But they could also draw a few lessons from traditional organisations in scaling and putting in the right processes in place.

Lack of planning of workload could affect startups

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study. According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India, technology is helping startups deliver unique and personalised experiences compared to mid and large-sized enterprises.

Lack of planning, workload probs could affect Startups

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study. According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India, technology is helping startups deliver unique and personalised experiences compared to mid and large-sized enterprises.

Lack of planning, workload probs could affect Startups

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study. According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India, technology is helping startups deliver unique and personalised experiences compared to mid and large-sized enterprises.

Lack of planning, workload problems could affect startups @EconomicTimes

Indian startups may be growing at a blazing pace but they are often unable to optimise information due to lack of planning and workload constraints, says a study.

According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India, technology is helping startups deliver unique and personalised experiences compared to mid and large-sized enterprises.  

Startups High on Agility but need processes and technology to scale

The ‘Information Generation’, a new breed of connected consumers – shaped by the availability of information and technology at their fingertips today – is placing new demands on how businesses operate, and digitally native startups are well-positioned to address their needs. This was revealed in an independent survey commissioned by EMC India and conducted by Greyhound Knowledge Group, which found that business agility is the key business attribute that is allowing startups to disrupt traditional industries. 88% of respondents are able to deliver unique and personalized experiences, with 42% of startups already doing this organization-wide compared with 33% of mid-large enterprises.

Startups Need To Cater Demand of New Information Generation

Waves of startups have completely changed the way people consume and do things but what makes an idea stick and cater to unseen needs still largely remains a mystery. A new report reveals that their success is dependent on catering to the multifaceted demands of the ‘Information Generation’, a new breed of connected consumers who are shaped by easy availability of information and technology and are placing new demands on how businesses operate.

IT Industry invests in innovation to adapt to changing marketplace

Indian software companies may not be reporting the 25 to 30 per cent growth rates they had witnessed a few years ago – and probably will never again – but they are still making rapid strides on the back of innovation, improved revenue productivity and by investing heavily in technology such as automation and the Internet of Things (IoT).

पीसी यूसेज ट्रेंड्स की भारतव्यापी सर्वे ने इमर्जिंग इण्डिया की इच्छाओं का प्रदर्शन किया

PAN INDIA SURVEY OF PC USAGE TRENDS REVEALS EMERGING INDIA’S ASPIRATIONS_Hukumnama Samachar

 

Small Gets A Firm Start

The $146 billion Indian information technology (IT) industry found the right space of recognition in the Union Budget for 2015-16 with finance minister Arun Jaitley applauding the role played by over 3,000 start-ups, a segment which is expected to be next flag bearer of growth for the sector.

Catch Sanchit Vir Gogia at CeBIT India to discuss Internet Of Things

What is the event all about?

The central theme for 2014 is “New Perspectives in IT Business”. This central theme sets the background for the keynotes from industry thought leaders. The CeBIT Global Conferences programme travels to India as part of our unified global brand strategy. The CGC programme will deliver content on the 4 Forces that are shaping the Business Technology Ecosphere:   Big Data – Social Business – Mobility – Cloud

#GreyhoundInMedia: Persistent Systems (@persistentsys) Q2 net profit up 17.3% to Rs71.3 crore #Press #Media @mint

Revenue in the September quarter rose 7.4% from the year ago period to Rs464 crore