How Change In Technology Landscape Is Impacting M&A In IT Industry

The year 2016 witnessed a major rise and impact of new technologies like social, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC) across businesses and organisations, not just in terms of the adoption, usage and investments but also it gained the status of new mainstream technologies.

IT, Workforce, Security Transformation To Herald True Digital Era: Dell-EMC

To become digital in a true sense, Indian enterprises have to work on information technology (IT), workforce and security together to solve the big jigsaw puzzle and stay ahead in the coming cashless era, a top Dell-EMC executive has emphasised.

Tata Comm to crowdsource ideas from staff, start-ups to push innovation

Driving innovation from within the firm. Tata Communications Limited (TCL) has put in place a new strategy to crowdsource ideas from within the company, build platforms and partner with start-ups to help take their solutions faster to the market.

Now Air India to use iPads for work. Airline set to upgrade technology

Air India, India’s national airline, is beginning to move its IT to the cloud and is exploring the use of iPads for work, as it looks to upgrade its technology to keep up with competition. Air India invests far less in technology than its private rivals and hasn’t hired anyone for internal IT department in over a decade. But experts say competition and a far more tech-friendly government at the Centre has loosened the purse strings for IT investments.

Air India moves IT to cloud; looks to upgrade technology

Air India, India’s national airline, is beginning to move its IT to the cloud and is exploring the use of iPads for work, as it looks to upgrade its technology to keep up with competition. Air India invests far less in technology than its private rivals and hasn’t hired anyone for internal IT department in over a decade. But experts say competition and a far more tech-friendly government at the Centre has loosened the purse strings for IT investments.

Challenges for Building a Green Data Center

As CIOs reel under pressure to cut operational costs and scale up the IT infrastructure to meet the growing business needs, there is a heightened focus on taming the energy-hungry datacenters

Datacenters are at the center of businesses today as every organization depends on the information stored and processed through a datacenter.

Netmagic bets big on innovations; says India witnessing unprecedented data center wave

One of the most well known names in the Indian data center market, Netmagic Solutions, is in the eye of a perfect storm. The Indian data center market is witnessing an unprecedented boom. A number of factors are fueling this boom. Firstly, India now has a government that is extremely keen to transform the nation digitally. With a project overlay of Rs 1 lakh crore, and an ambitious target of providing broadband connectivity to 2.5 lakh villages and making many schools Wi-Fi-enabled by 2019, the focus on digital can lead to a huge demand for data centers. Netmagic, which was one of the first focused players in India to see the huge potential of India as a rising market for data centers, is now enjoying the fruits of its hard work put in during the initial years.

Budget 2015: Here’s What IT Industry Wants From You, Mr. Jaitley

The Modi-led Government will present its first full Union Budget on February 28. With the promise that the new government would put technology in the forefront, the Indian IT industry has pinned hopes on the Modi government to push reforms and policies that will bring stability to the sector and maximize growth.

Boost Productivity, Increase Uptime And Lower Costs With Centralized Infrastructure

As organizations look to lower costs and enable uninterrupted global productivity, the focus has been on centralizing those systems and tasks that require highly specialized skills.

Microsoft Corporation On Cloud Nine

The Indian workplace is changing quickly, with technology at the centre of the change. Cloud computing is no longer a technology buzzword tossed around in company corridors. It’s mainstream now than ever before and to be on the cloud is today every business’ priority.

#GreyhoundInMedia: HCL Tech bags $250-m deal from Alcatel-Lucent #Press #Media #HinduBusinessLine

HCL Tech has won a $250-million deal from French telecom major Alcatel-Lucent. The deal involves HCL taking up complete R&D work of Alcatel-Lucent in technologies such as 2G and 3G.

HDS makes strong moves into IT infra, Internet of Things with Continuous Cloud Infrastructure

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi has announced new solutions that take it well into the software defined data centre (SDCC) as well as deepening its fraternal ties with Hitachi Research and other Hitachi companies in the transportation, energy, construction, healthcare and other domains as the Internet of Things becomes the Big Data driver for businesses and governments.