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EDGE COMPUTING – WHAT IS IT?

Current conventional devices and sensors are designed to collect data from machines and other equipment and back-haul this to the central cloud or a datacenter where the data is analysed and the results sent back to the machines/equipment, based on which a decision is taken. The deal with such an arrangement is that it takes a bit of time to receive the results. The delay can be anywhere between a...

Qubole and Google Join Forces to Deliver Unified User Experience for Apache Spark and Hadoop

I’m very excited to announce our expanded partnership with Google Cloud Platform (GCP). We have joined forces to offer an enterprise self-service data platform powered by optimized versions of Apache Spark and Hadoop, with unified tools for data science and data engineering running on GCP. Why Now? My cofounder Joydeep and I have always felt strongly that the future of big data is on the cloud. As...

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, ...

Result of Non-Filing Form AOC 4 and MGT 7 by Companies Registered

Form AOC 4 and MGT 7 are annual compliances which cannot be neglected by registered companies operating in India. Registrar of Companies (ROC) is the government body which authorized to monitor compliance. As per companies act 2013, AOC 4 and MGT 7 Form have to be filed every year within 30 and 60 days respectively from the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held by the companies. Adhe...

NASSCOM’s Feedback on TRAI’s Consultation Paper on Cloud Services

NASSCOM recently submitted its comments on the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)’s Consultation Paper on Cloud Services dated 23 October, 2019 (CP). TRAI had conducted a similar initiative in 2016, through the issuance of a Consultation Paper on Cloud Computing on 10th June 2016 (“2016 CP”). NASSCOM, in its’ responses to the 2016 CP had at that time suggested a ‘light touch’ appro...

PDP Bill approved by the Union Cabinet today

The Union Cabinet earlier today accorded its approval to the Draft Personal Data Protection Bill (PDP Bill), and intends to table it on the floor of the parliament in this session. The version of the PDP Bill that has been approved by the Union Cabinet is not yet available publicly. We believe the final bill is likely to ease some restrictions around cross border data flows and rationalise the def...

Innovate2Transform: A Smart Toilet For Preserving One’s Honour

Access to sanitation and safe drinking water was recognised as a basic human right by the United Nations in 2010. Almost a decade later, 730 million people in India lack access to a clean toilet. More than 60,000 children die of diarrhoea each year. Although the government’s Swacch Bharat Abhiyan has ensured the availability of basic sanitation facilities in rural areas and metros, maintenance of ...

What Is Software-defined Networking (SDN) And How Has It Revolutionised The Networking Industry

The term Software-defined networking (SDN) was invented to differentiate the concept from the hardware-based category. SDN is a category of technologies that divide the forwarding plane from the network control plane to facilitate more automatic provisioning and policy-based administration of network resources. Software-defined networking has come to indicate the variety of dynamic configuration t...

TechVoice: Cloudnine Group of Hospitals Driving Rural Healthcare Development & Healthcare Policy In India

Dr. Kishore Kumar, Founder & Chairman, Cloudnine Group of Hospitals  You have worked extensively in the field of maternal/fetal and neonatal care. What do you think are the most significant changes in this sector of healthcare? It’s good that maternal, fetal and neonatal health is being discussed. These areas have been neglected for a long time in India. Countries like UK, Europe and USA have ...

SupTech: Is AI Ready For Regulators?

Technology advancements in ML, AI and Big Data has led to further enhancement of supervisory processes, introducing SupTech. But is it the right time to embrace it and is it ready for adoption? Read more to understand the benefits of AI IN SupTech and how it can streamline regulations for the industry. While financial institutions are embracing new technology innovations in the FinTech / RegTech s...

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...

In Conversation with Ashish Kohli, Verdis

1. Please share with us, the idea behind Verdis. What made you realise there are gaps in SCM which you believe can be addressed. A bit about the market size and maturity as well please. How has been your experience in selling to clients? Verdis stands for Virtual Data Scientist. Our solutions enable real-time decision-making enabled by intelligent insights that are prescriptive or predictive, as p...