Interviews & Articles

Enterprise CIO Forum publishes Big data and its impact on One

March 31, 2015

“Big data and predictive real-time analytics are critical dimensions of technology which have wide applicability across industries. IDC forecasts the big data technology and services market to become a USD 41.5 billion business through 2018. This market is growing with a CAGR of six times faster than the overall IT market and the growth rate of data and information has been incredible. As per IBM, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is generated every day from the internet, posts on social media sites, emails, ecommerce transactions, website contents, videos, digital photos, sensors and more. All this, with only 41% of the world connected to the internet. Imagine the colossal amount of data that will be generated when the entire world is online and hundreds of billion devices become connected through the Internet of Things, IoT.” Read more

CBR publishes Creating a digital roadmap to the enterprise of the future

January 8, 2015

“Everywhere you look businesses are being reinvented and rejuvenated, utilising new technologies and tools in an effort to tap into the digital advantage. This process of digitalisation is as unstoppable as it is irreversible; businesses are investing heavily to stay afloat in the new digital age. As such, digitalisation has moved way beyond high-concept discussions at the board level, to the creation of detailed roadmaps and the implementation of new ways of working and service delivery.” Read more

Healthcare IT News publishes Software-led healthcare

November 19, 2014

“If you look around, it is easy to see every facet of our lives – both personal and professional – being impacted by software. Software is pivotal to the growth of most new and emerging industry segments and it has transformed mature industries such as agribusiness, mining, construction, industrial manufacturing, automotive and aerospace. The healthcare industry is no exception.” Read more

HCL Technologies Achieves Life Sciences Competency Status in the AWS Partner Network Competency Program

October 24, 2014

“Achieving the AWS Life Sciences Competency is a strong validation of HCL’s continued commitment to developing innovative new solutions that create value for our life sciences customers in what has become a very complex and rapidly evolving environment […] By teaming up with AWS, we’ve been able to more effectively help life sciences customers conduct drug research and development with a main focus on science and patients.” Read more

 

 

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