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Building successful Microservices architecture on the back of Agile SDLC

From huge, clunky supercomputers used for the most basic calculations to smartphones that compete with the fastest laptops, technology has truly transformed the way software development is looked at. Much of this change is attributed to evolving customer expectations, as convenience takes centre stage today. Modern software, thus, needs to be developed in a manner that it stands the test of time, ...

Creativity in the age of data

We speak a lot about disruption and evolving every simple idea into an innovation that the industry and consumers can remember. And while ideation is the foundation of successful disruptions, creativity is not enough to take these ideas to the next level. All entrepreneurs and products that have taken the market by the storm have one unifying factor: data. Truly, what a time to be alive, and witne...

Entrepreneurship and Innovation:

In the age of the fourth industrial revolution, no enterprise can survive without intelligent tech intervention. Rather, it would be better to say that digitization and digital transformation have transformed the job landscape altogether, especially in India. AI, ML, deep learning and IoT are not just terminologies anymore, but core skill sets that decide the candidate’s competency in IT. The more...

Whitepaper: The State of Education and Digital Disruption for the Future

Technology has the power to transform the current global educational landscape. While Ed-Tech is still in it’s nascent stages of development, schools and educational institutions stand at the crossroads of opportunity if they implement this. Connectivity represents the future, and the riding the connectivity wave is what will set apart the disruptive from the forgotten. As tech continues to advanc...

A Niche Technology going Mainstream

Let me begin by addressing questions most people evaluating no-code platforms have. What is No-code? What is Low Code? How are the two different? Consider this scenario. You are moving into a brand new apartment. This apartment could be in one of three states: 1. Fully furnished 2. Semi-furnished or 3. Unfurnished. The first state: A fully furnished apartment means little to zero work for you. You...

Design Thinking: From Insight to Innovation

Staying relevant is a challenge. Even while catching up with business partners or social circles, it is important to make sure that you are not rusting away in the dark. When we plan our strategy to stay abreast with today’s demands and tomorrow’s expectations, one must be able to empathize with the ones making those demands and expectations — the consumer. This is the first step of design thinkin...

Design Thinking: From Insight to Innovation

Staying relevant is a challenge. Even while catching up with business partners or social circles, it is important to make sure that you are not rusting away in the dark. When we plan our strategy to stay abreast with today’s demands and tomorrow’s expectations, one must be able to empathize with the ones making those demands and expectations — the consumer. This is the first step of design thinkin...

Changing the game: Technological disruptions in the Indian Insurance Sector

Did you know that there are more than 55 life insurance and non-life insurance companies that operate in India alone? That’s a huge number, and it allows for fierce competition! Owing to individuals’ higher disposable income, increasing life expectancy, economic growth of the country and the Government’s increased FDI limit, investments in the insurance sector have increased manifold and the horiz...

Taking Agility a Step Ahead with Microservices

Traditional IT architecture operates generally on single application databases, and adding new features on to pre-existing, tightly coupled dependencies is hard, since the entire structure is managed as a unique package. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Within a microservices architecture, each feature is independent of all others, and free from the siloed approach. An API or message bus is uti...

TechVoice: Disruptions in Healthcare Delivery – Are We There Yet?

This piece has been authored by Dr. Chandrika Kambam (MBBS, MD, MBA, PGDMLE, ABMCQ), Vice President – Clinical Services, Columbia Asia Group of Hospitals – India Disruption is the Healthcare Delivery In 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) defined health with a phrase that is still used today. “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the...

NASSCOM Design4India Design Summit 2019: Embed 3.0 – Unleashing The Power Of Design Disruption

Design4India is an open platform that enables the design and technology ecosystem to come together and drive design adoption at scale. We augment the growing design capability and competency in India by connecting the dots: academia, design practitioners from across the industry, investor community, government and policymakers. Be sure to participate in “EMBED 3.0: Unleashing The Power Of Design D...

Disruption is not good. It’s better.

Most great innovations come from shifting landscapes. On Day 2 of NASSCOM’s Leadership and Technology 2019 (NTLF 2019), at the panel discussion on Disrupt or be Disrupted – Present and Future, moderator Sandeep Chaudhary, Senior Adviser, Human Capital, & Former CEO, Aon questions the paradigm of disruption and the reconfiguring of jobs and business structures.  A slice of disruption  “Living t...

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