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Byzantine Fault Tolerance
47
Various consensus mechanisms or protocols in a distributed system or blockchain technology inherently deal with the Byzantine Generals Problem. There are many solutions that provide a partial answer to this issue, if not full. Consensus implies the...
Nimble and Efficient
13
‘Single-purpose’ software served as a much-needed breakthrough in enterprise software development. Such software manifested themselves on central systems wherein information was collated across business functions to enable actionable decision-...
Next Gen Audits
64
The word audit originates from the word ‘audire/auditus’ in Latin, which means ‘hearing.’ Originally, the audit reports were presented orally and thus the name. However, audits have come a long way from being just a verification methodology a couple...
Cybersecurity
1,160
The past decade has seen an exponential rise in the number of cyber-attacks affecting the IT and connected cyber systems of businesses across industries and geographical boundaries. No one is immune to the threat, and whilst the cost to economies is...
Plateauing Compliance
50
Sub Prime crisis heralded a new era of sharp focus in the compliance domain. Financial institutions worldwide suffered losses of over $300 billion due to compliance-related fines and damages. Since then, compliance has become mainstream for...
Leveraging Data Warehouse
67
Enterprise data is the backbone of the business’s performance graph. The upsurge in data creation and corresponding demand is pushing organizations to upgrade their business insights and analytic capabilities. Existing legacy data warehouses aren’t...
Prerequisites
190
Welcome to my third blog post in the “How to Successfully Scale Agile and DevOps” series.
AI Strategy
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Dec 05, 2019

Your AI Strategy - Who is responsible

Senthil Kumar Solution Engineer for DRYiCE

AI is continuously evolving and enterprise leaders are exploring multiple options to experience AI. Many of them have a goal and wish for AI but not the strategy for AI, they want to “start small” and expect “quick results”. To be successful with AI...
cyber risks
239

Nov 14, 2019

Five hard questions to ask about your cyber risks

Rajesh Thakur Senior Vice President & Business Head

More quickly than most people realize, the scale and seriousness of the cyberthreats companies face have changed. Many of the most expensive cybercrimes are growing now by triple digit percentages every year, with no end in sight. Why the...
Cybersecurity
1,160
The past decade has seen an exponential rise in the number of cyber-attacks affecting the IT and connected cyber systems of businesses across industries and geographical boundaries. No one is immune to the threat, and whilst the cost to economies is...
Internet of Things (IoT) Using HTML 5 Web Socket
4,426
Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT)
Prerequisites
190
Welcome to my third blog post in the “How to Successfully Scale Agile and DevOps” series.
Column Level Encryption In Hive
7,705

Feb 19, 2016

Column Level Encryption In Hive

Sanjay Dudi Technology Lead

Next Gen Audits
64
The word audit originates from the word ‘audire/auditus’ in Latin, which means ‘hearing.’ Originally, the audit reports were presented orally and thus the name. However, audits have come a long way from being just a verification methodology a couple...
Agile DevOps
1,084
We live in an ever-evolving and increasingly digital world which has a significant impact on the ways in which enterprises deliver their services and how clients interact and benefit from those. To be successful, enterprises need to be agile and be...
Plateauing Compliance
50
Sub Prime crisis heralded a new era of sharp focus in the compliance domain. Financial institutions worldwide suffered losses of over $300 billion due to compliance-related fines and damages. Since then, compliance has become mainstream for...
Byzantine Fault Tolerance
47
Various consensus mechanisms or protocols in a distributed system or blockchain technology inherently deal with the Byzantine Generals Problem. There are many solutions that provide a partial answer to this issue, if not full. Consensus implies the...
HCD
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The customer experience landscape is evolving rapidly with new technologies offering enterprises unprecedented access to data and changing the nature of customer interactions. Against this backdrop, organizations are making strides in the...

5 Questions every CXO must answer in IoT
Pratibha - Global Engagement Manager | March 14, 2016
1343 Views

The Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting Industries with a huge potential to generate alternate revenue streams, improve cost efficiencies and transform business models. For instance, IoT is enabling Manufacturing to move towards pay per usage models, it is ensuring new waves of innovation in healthcare like biodegradable chip based tablets and enhancing cost efficiencies through optimized operations for industries like Mining.


Column Level Encryption In Hive
Sanjay Dudi - Technology Lead | February 19, 2016
7705 Views

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IoT – Next Gen Fleet Management
Madhusudhan Ranjanghatmuralidhar - ASSOCIATE GENERAL MANAGER | February 1, 2016
2009 Views

As technology cultivates, fleet management is gratifying a part of the Internet of Things (IoT) logistics ecosystem that could transform trucking and the logistics industry.

As trucks travel interstate highways, onboard sensors collect, send and receive information via cloud-based fleet management systems.


API Economy: The Panacea for Healthcare Interoperability
Karan Sharma - Manager - Life Sciences and Healthcare | January 13, 2016
426 Views

The problem of interoperability has plagued the Healthcare industry for ages. The prime reason for this has been the complexity of data involved and lack of willingness to collaborate on the part of different stakeholders in the Healthcare value chain. With the rising costs and pressure from the Government post ACA implementation, the industry has been on the lookout for solutions plaguing the problem of data silos in legacy healthcare applications.


Service Design for User Experience: An Illustration
Prafull Verma - Fellow & Practice Leader - Unified Services Management | December 11, 2015
894 Views

In my previous blog (click here to read my previous blog), I highlighted some of the key challenges of a 21st Century Enterprise. Among  them, the one challenge that clearly stands out  is the one that talks about  service design for user experience. In this blog, I wish to emphasize on  end user experience based service design, with an example of Apple’s 3D Touch.


From Fiction to Reality
Ajai Kumar - Vice President - Engineering R&D | November 26, 2015
285 Views

October 21st, 2015 (which just went by) is one date, which a lot of movie buffs might relate to.


Challenges on the Road Towards 21st Century Enterprise
Prafull Verma - Fellow & Practice Leader - Unified Services Management | November 26, 2015
695 Views

Lately in global forums, there has been an increase in interest on the topic of “21st Century Enterprise”. We have also seen a resounding response to our CEO Anant Gupta’s blog. Most enterprises have realized the need to embark on the journey of transforming themselves into a 21st Century Enterprise, and early adopters have already taken their first steps on this journey.


Look harder, Simba! Look beyond the surface of IoT
Sukamal Banerjee - Corporate Vice President - ERS Sales (Hi Tech & Comm), Head - IoT WoRKS | October 5, 2015
2140 Views

Is IoT Key to the Outcome economy? Succeful IoT implementations will forge never before partnerships which will give rise to Internet of 'My' Things

Stop! Enhanced Automation is the right way to go
Pravesh Gosain - Product Manager - BSM | September 23, 2015
520 Views

Automation is inevitable for any progressive enterprise. It is changing the way one looks at business processes. We have clearly seen an adoption spree of newer, simpler, controlled, and efficient technologies in the recent past. From root to shoot, i.e. from IT infrastructure to applications, a rapid technology shift is being observed.


How Customer Satisfaction Scores (CSAT) Can Be Improved
Prafull Verma - Fellow & Practice Leader - Unified Services Management | September 22, 2015
5057 Views

We often come across appealing slogans around customer satisfaction and are motivated to put in a greater effort to figure out how to improve it. But we often miss the scientific factors behind customer satisfaction. If we use both the art and the science of customer satisfaction, we will get better results. It is an art because it is an application of human creative skills, and it is a science because it is a systematic and logical activity.