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Tech Series: Building Always Available, Managed And Secure IT Infrastructure

Availability of business applications and communication/collaboration services all the time and specially during unforeseen events is very critical. This has come under spotlight in covid pandemic as businesses that had least impact were the ones that could quickly reconfigure into the mode of servicing customers remotely. To be able to reconfigure quickly one need to have IT infrastructure archit...

Secure Your Big Data in the Cloud with Access Controls

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Big data has become an essential requirement for enterprises looking to harness their business potential. The use cases for big data are endless and range from customer targeting and fraud analytics to anomaly detection and more. This data can be generated quickly from various sources such as users’ browser and search history, credit card payments, mobile pinging of the nearest cell phone tower, e...

TechVoice: Healthcare & Information Technology – When The Two Indian Economic Behemoths Meet

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Imagine taking ill when you’re overseas. More than ruining a vacation or a business trip, it’s also one of the most alarming scenarios a person could be caught in on foreign soil. Is travel insurance enough to cover you? Will you get optimum level of medical care? Will medical professionals be able to access your history? Who will be a primary caretaker? All these questions and more played on Hari...

Nauto Rethinks Safe Driving with an AI-Powered Platform that Relies on Qubole

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If ever a problem and a solution were made for each other, it’s autonomous driving and artificial intelligence (AI). Turning the dream of driverless cars into reality means equipping every vehicle with a wealth of sensors and analytical technology. That technology must be able to gather vast amounts of real-time road and in-car data, process it instantly and make the right driving decisions based ...

NASSCOM response to TRAI Consultation Paper on Review of Scope of Infrastructure Providers Category – I (IP-I) Registration

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NASSCOM recently made its submission on the TRAI Consultation Paper (CP) on review of scope of IP-1 registration. In our submission, we have  recommended TRAI to broaden the scope of the registration to allow IP registration to include provisioning of common shareable active infrastructure. We further suggested that scope of IP 1 registration should be broadened to include include the provision of...

MAKING URBAN MOBILITY SUSTAINABLE, SEAMLESS AND SAFE

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Executive Summary Growing Population and Urbanization Resulting in Sprawling Urban Cities, … India will be home to over 600 million urban dwellers by 2030, with most of the growth coming not from the core cities, but the peripheries. With growing urbanization, cities are losing green cover as they continue to expand beyond the city borders. The National Capital Region (NCR) is a clear example of t...

Seeking Inputs: TRAI Consultation Paper on Review of Scope of Infrastructure Providers Category-I (IP-I) Registration

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has published a consultation paper on the review of scope of Infrastructure Provider Category-1 (IP) registration. The objective of the consultation paper is to seek public comments on the enhancement of IP 1 registration scope for promoting and incentivizing the deployment of common sharable, passive as well as active infrastructure. As per the cur...

Why Companies Stumble at Delivering Access to Big Data (Part 2)

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This blog is the second installment in a two-part series about self-service access to data. Read the first post here. We all know the issue of delivering self-service access to data is a problem with no foreseeable end in sight — businesses will remain perpetually behind the speed at which data volume, tools, and use cases multiply. Yet I see many companies fall into the same patterns in their att...

Why Self-Service Access to Data Stored in Data Lakes Is Such a Challenge for Today’s Enterprises (Part 1)

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Every data source — from the sensors in cars and machinery to the devices we carry around in our pockets — constantly records and transmits data amounting to 2.5 quintillion bytes per day. With the influx of information, enterprises are scrambling to capture all of the right data points, organize and process that data, and convert it into actionable insights. Yet in the hustle to transform raw dat...

Taking Agility a Step Ahead with Microservices

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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...

Launch of NASSCOM Report- Cloud: Next Wave of Growth in India-2019

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Cloud as a concept has been around for two decades, but has picked up steam with the growing presence of “hyper scale” cloud providers in big data, analytics, artificial intelligence and IoT. Today, cloud is a compelling proposition for the Indian SMEs, enterprises and government. In light of this NASSCOM today, unveiled its report titled ‘Cloud – Next Wave of Growth in India’.  The report done in...

Scaling the Next Billion Market

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2 very successful leaders who have led iconic businesses, talk about creating scale in the most promising emerging market. This session will be in a Q&A format. What are the business models which worked Applying innovation to speed and scale The challenges & opportunity Lessons on leadership Scaling the Next Billion Market Digital innovation is changing the world faster than we can imagine...

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