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Engineering and analysis
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Engineering analytics helps consolidate, manage, and analyze data, enabling it to be presented in a more understandable and relevant manner. It is now being deployed at every stage of product/device lifecycle, from creating prototypes by...
Accessibility
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Accessibility focuses on reducing functional barriers for people with disabilities. It is critical to engineer solutions that facilitate access to information and communication. Digital technology and cognitive processing tools can be effectively...
Usability Testing
268

Apr 21, 2017

Is Usability Testing (UT) a complicated process

Shobana Nagalingam Designer - Interaction Design

Usability is the ease of use and learnability of any human-made-object which can be a tool or a device. Usability Testing (UT) is a technique used in user-centered design methodology to evaluate a product by testing it with real users. This blog...
AWS
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Ways and means to reduce AWS cost to the company using Python and boto. It analyses the processes that lead to cost leakage, ways to automate them and improve the overall efficiency.
21st CENTURY
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IoT is the next phase in the evolution of M2M communication – existing connectivity solutions, therefore, might offer viable opportunities for architecting a mesh network. . A close evaluation of existing channels can help map the way forward –...
Swarm Robotics
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Swarm robotics is a rapidly evolving multi-robot technology that draws inspiration from swarm intelligence found in nature. As compared to single robots or other multi-individual systems, swarm robotics offer scalability, stability, cost...
IoT Analytics
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Mar 09, 2017

IoT Analytics: At Edge or on Cloud?

Maniappan Rajagopalan Senior Enterprise Architect

Increasing data volumes necessitates robust data processing and analytics capabilities to drive business value. Consequently, choosing between multiple platforms like Cloud and Edge presents a challenge. Adopting a hybrid approach is the way forward...
Network SLA
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Once the service provider has successfully completed VNF migration, the onus is on the enterprise network service operator to ensure SLA adherence. HCL has compiled years of IT experience to build Active Network SLA Monitoring (ANSM) – a VNF...
Investing in accessibility
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Embracing accessibility has its own hurdles – unclear guidelines and cross-geography contradictions have led to legal repercussions and negative publicity. Therefore, companies must eventually define their own product norms – in a bid to increase...
Hyper Personalization
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Over the years, the focus on standardization through mass manufacturing has shifted to personalization through automation and smart manufacturing. 
SharePoint
536

May 09, 2016

SharePoint 2016: What to Expect

Navin Saini Project Manager

Microsoft has finally unraveled the RTM bits for SharePoint Server 2016, also known as Office Online Server (OOS). Get sneak peek into what is in store in the new version of sharepoint
Internet of Things with an Eye
1,149

Feb 09, 2016

Internet of Things with an Eye

Harsha Vachher Senior Technical Lead

To be “smart everywhere” we need to have “eyes everywhere”
Eliminating Data Vulnerabilities with a ‘Resilient’ Cyber Security Model
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In recent years, security testing has emerged as a source of corporate integrity, brand reputation, and customer accountability. Security testing encompasses network, applications, and devices – including opportunities such as IoT security testing,...
SMAC
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The SMAC stack (or Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud) has been one of the most used, overused and abused acronyms of the tech industry. Everything tech is linked one way or another to SMAC, they say. True, there have been businesses who didn’t...
Cognitive Product Support
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In an era of widespread digitalization, organizations are consistently striving to offer evolved experiences to their customers. Product support forms an essential part of customer experience and it is now imperative to make product support...
Digital Transformation
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Digital Transformation must be an integral process in the emergence of the 21st Century Enterprise. Consumers are driving the digital economy and companies must embrace this change by making fundamental changes to its core operations. This blog...
HCL ERS business in Japan
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May 19, 2015

HCL ERS business in Japan

GH Rao President - Engineering and R&D Services (ERS)

"Indian providers are traditionally strong in engineering service”
Contextual Enquiries
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Let us have a look at the word – Context. It specifically means “The situation within which something exists or happens”. Now, let us concatenate it with application development. Before laying down the stepping stone for the application, one must...

Empathy—the Backbone of Design Thinking
Sampath Kumar - DESIGNER, ERS | May 29, 2017
859 Views

Many organizations have adopted the design thinking approach as a part of their culture to tackle complex problems and improve their existing products or designs. Following the iterative process of Research, Ideate and Prototype, they have embraced the design thinking process to create a fresh new product. Read this blog to know more.


How To Prevent Faults in Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) Through Pattern Recognition
Radhakrishnan Palanichamy - Senior Project Manager | May 24, 2017
480 Views

The exponential network growth has led to several VNF deployment challenges. A cutting-edge VNF SLA monitoring solution ‘VNFs Fault Prevention by Recognizing Fault Patterns’ enables effective VNF SLA fault management. It comprises four modules - User Traffic Profile Generator, Traffic to Metrics Pattern mapper, Fault Pattern Database, and Pattern recognizer.


Incremental Innovation using Design Thinking
Siddhartha Singh - Sr. Business Analyst | May 22, 2017
590 Views

With the five key tenets of design thinking at its core - empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test, the ‘discover-design-go’ solution was implemented to effectively address user needs. From gaining user sympathy to designing prototypes based on feedback, the technologically feasible and economically viable solution resulted in ‘incremental innovation’.