Google said it will reduce the price of its Google Cloud Platform by as much as 30 percent.
Competing in cloud could be a fairly capex-intensive business, and the return on investment takes 3-5 years. We are suggesting providers to become a cloud broker or cloud aggregator – that could be an alternate model...
“India is a very heavy base of SMBs and startups. Startups here prefer going on the cloud as investing in hardware infrastructures could be a costly proposition for them..."
At a time when corporate IT is going gaga over the Internet of Things, a respected CIO of a large Indian firm feels that IoT is today nothing more than just hype.
In an exclusive interview, Gartner analyst Praveen Sengar discussed about the huge fuss happening over the discounts and pricing in this sector, and said instead of dictating the pricing, the Indian government should support small dealers and retailers go online.
India’s growing social media population has become a hotbed of cybercrime. India ranked No.2 globally in social media scams, just behind the United States. Globally, 70% scams on social media fooled users into "manual sharing" scam.
In an exclusive chat with Firstpost, Altimetrik’s Chief Technology Officer Madhavan Satagopan talks about the company’s focus, its investments, and opportunities in the Indian market.
Brocade will invest $300 million in India over the next five years. The company is making new investments in India to build facilities here as an additional base to support Brocade’s new IP innovations.
In India, some of Oracle’s cloud customers include Jabong, Airtel, MakeMyTrip, Flipkart, Wipro, L&T, Birlasoft Limited, iGate, Indiabulls, Kotak Life Insurance, PolicyBazaar.com, PVR Cinemas, Reliance Commercial Finance, Thomas Cook India...
In an interview with Firstpost, TaxiForSure’s Chief Technology Officer Amitava Ghosh shares how technology is the backbone of the company’s operations. Data Science seems a big factor...
Basant Chaturvedi believes that analytics insights are making sports further challenging. "And a game without challenge is not fun.”
Now, on the scale of 10, talent can be up to 6, but if he improves and polishes his skills which can be done by using visualisation techniques...
In a short span of time one has to grab attention and give meaningful information to sustain viewers interest which is otherwise impossible...
Stephen Benjamin says a better performing team get sponsorships, endorsements, and advertising revenues.
One of the most respected and popular tech savant Vijay Sethi, who is VP and CIO at Hero MotoCorp Ltd, shares how he sees cricket today that comes with a generous dose of analytics.
In an exclusive interview with Firstpost.com, Sunil Chavan, director - software group & cloud solutions APAC, Hitachi Data Systems, talks about the company's cloud strategy for the Indian market.
Meheriar Patel, Head Technology, Global Infrastructure at Sun Pharma, bats for analytics in sports and believes that data visualisation helps viewers understand the game better.
Adhunik Group of Industries’ Group CIO and a die hard cricket fan Sanjeev Kumar shares how analytics makes him understand the nuances of his favourite sports.
“While talent will always shine, the analytical angle is going to be a great asset in understanding own weakness and opportunities through internalizing data crunching analytics,” Ashok Cherian says.