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Why Service Providers Looking Back on Network functions Virtualization?

Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is an alternative design approach for building complex IT applications, particularly in the telecommunications and service provider industries, that virtualizes entire classes of function into building blocks that may be connected, or chained, together to create services. For example, virtualized session border controller function could be deployed to protect a network without the typical cost and …

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VMware acquires AirWatch to boost mobile device- application management

With an aim to strengthen its position towards providing mobile management solutions, VMware, Inc., the globally recognized player in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, is set to acquire AirWatch, an enterprise MDM or mobile device management and security solutions company. Both the companies have signed a definitive agreement under which VMware will acquire AirWatch for approximately $1.175B in cash and approximately …

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Tech Review 2013

As we leap ahead towards year 2014, we are bringing to you some of the big technologies that made sense in the year 2013. We look back on how important and relevant were these technology.  Big Data-Fication  Big Data is a revolution today and with’ Datafication’ this is set to transform the way we live, work and think Big data …

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CYOD can help enterprise reap IT benefits

Especially at a time when enterprise are busy devising BYOD policies, there is this concept of CYOD or choose your own device that is set to introduce new standards of device management. Owing to the ease of use and better manageability, a number of factors will push CYOD to become the primary adoption model for the enterprise. This process usually …

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How Next Gen ERP is solving Today’s problems?

At a time when enterprise community continuously looks for having such applications that provide additional support and increases their productivity level, Economic resource Planning or ERP is one of the biggest components to achieve this. Today’s ERPs are moving towards having next generation capabilities and hence, preparing the enterprise community to embrace tomorrow much more confidently and aptly than ever …

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ICT Convergence, Means Productivity for Enterprise

As enterprise segment continues its search towards better productivity, it is increasingly looking at converging its business needs with the help of ICT technologies. This is increasingly resulting in an increase of their productivity levels. However it is surely true that moving their ICT infrastructure to work for their development and increasing profitability is an issue but today’s next generation …

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Climbing e-Economy, Driving Global IT Investments

According to global research company Zinnov, rise of E+ economies from Asia are set to drive global IT investments ~India, China, Malaysia, Indonesia and Philippines to account for 35% of the total global IT spend by 2020~ Keeping in mind the ongoing increase in the e-economy driven activities, Zinnov, a market expansion and globalization advisory firm said in its report …

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Why Apple Needs Convergence-Ready Channel Now?

The company is all set to enter smaller Indian towns with iPhones, iPads and the other Apple paraphernalia and hence its erstwhile strategy of doing it with the operators or Apple stores will surely not work, hence it needs to quickly pull up its socks and fervently target the convergence-ready channel partners. As the company looks forward to increase its …

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How GIS Can Drive Intelligent e-Gov Services?

Continued advancements in the information technology arena is prompting a lot of breakthroughs ahead and also in the process, innovating different ways to enhance efficiencies ahead. Amalgamation of GiS and agriculture is surely one big area of interest that systems integrators and solution providers should encash on. In keeping with this technological trend, Governments around the globe are eager to …

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Are we likely to see more of Graphene-based electronics coming soon?

It’s a dull piece of material, well no more. One of its basic properties is prompting scientists to look towards when it comes to designing basic electronic design circuits. As of now, as a material Graphene can’t turn a flow of electrons “on” or “off” like silicon. And yes, global scientists have tried tactics like introducing impurities or stacking it …

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