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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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Can Big Data enable better and cheaper governance?

Yes, is the quite obvious answer, read on to understand the how and why of it   As the economy is going through a tough phase, it is technology that should be utilized to harness better benefits for the population of the country. Can Big data help the government in terms of enabling better and cheaper benefits for the end …

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Winning with Collaboration

Today’s enterprise whether large or small, are surely looking at ways and means to collaborate and engage with their set of employees, partners, and even end users in order to gain on the competitive advantage.   The call for collaboration has arisen out of necessity of today’s distributed work culture. We are living in a combination of geographically disparate workers …

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HP Set to Discontinue SnapFish in India

Owing to opportunities that could not be cashed in well, Snapfish, an online photo sharing and printing service from global IT major Hewlett Packard is being shut down in India. The company is set to discontinue offering services through its India website, Snapfish.in, on 16th September 2013. In an email communication, HP confirmed this movement and concluded – that this …

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The Good, Bad and Ugly of Steve Ballmer

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has announced plans to retire from the software giant within the next 12 months. The company said in a statement that Ballmer would leave once a replacement had been found. Additionally, Microsoft last month announced a major restructuring, to focus on functions and engineering rather than product lines. It becomes important to note that the company …

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Work Virtualized!

Demand for mobility and availability of smart devices such as smart phones and tablets when coupled with Virtualization is driving the concepts of digital office ahead and creating next generation virtual workforce   Today, technology is touching and influencing many more lives than ever before. We are living in the age of personal device driven computing where connectivity and mobility …

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Tablets Up, iPad Down

According to IDC, the global top five tablet makers all have seen triple-digit growth in shipments during the second quarter, with the distinguished exception of Apple. While tablets market surge, Apple’s iPad numbers were down year-over-year without a new iPad during the quarter. Yes, it is true that Apple is still the world’s leading tablet maker, but it stands alone …

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