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IBM Eyeing Telecom, Financial Sectors for Growth in India

IBM Eyeing Telecom, Financial Sectors for Growth in India

From left, Sunil Jose, senior vice president and country leader, Salesforce; IBM Senior Vice President Global Business Services Mark Foster; and Lula Mohanty, managing partner, Global Business Services IBM, at 'Think Forum' in Mumbai. (IANS photo) MUMBAI — When it comes to digital transformation, sectors such as banking, financial services

Is Epicor cracking India

Is Epicor cracking India

Epicor has announced the openings of a new technology centre in Bengaluru, India. This an expansion of the Epicor India Technology Centre (ITC) first launched in 2015. The company also announced the expansion of its workforce by 25% over the next year alone. Epicor is investing heavily in India. It

India must tap its engineers to achieve ‘smart’ manufacturing

India must tap its engineers to achieve ‘smart’ manufacturing

Los Angeles: As 3D printing appears set to transform the manufacturing sector globally, including in India, top global executives have emphasised that the country should invest in its talented pool of engineers to achieve “smart” manufacturing goals. While the global 3D printing industry is pegged at somewhere between $4 billion

Report: Traditional cybersecurity costs enterprises a fortune and isn’t helping that much

Report: Traditional cybersecurity costs enterprises a fortune and isn't helping that much

Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways: The average large (2,000+ people) enterprise spends $16.7 million annually on security software and salaries of the professionals who maintain it. Despite that, the ability of traditional security software to protect businesses isn't improving. —Bromium Isolating network resources

3 ways general IT pros can become IoT experts before the jobs boom

3 ways general IT pros can become IoT experts before the jobs boom

To say the Internet of Things (IoT) is a booming industry would be an understatement: By the end of 2017, 8.4 billion connected devices were in use worldwide, according to Gartner —more than the number of people on Earth. This phenomenon has led to increased IT spending, a plethora of

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