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A blog on digital intervention in business and towards a successful digital transformation in enterprises.

Things Can Fail! Demigod to Demo God

I was in a conference on Cloud Computing – everybody is talking about this computing model these days. As the conference was organised by...

What Is E-Commerce?

I was speaking at a chapter of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India earlier this week. As my topic was related...

New Art Movement – in a Quantitative Style

When artists and painters across Europe started romanticising about culture of ancient Greece and ancient Rome, many attributed the event to a new movement...

Data Management in Enterprise: Technology Landscape

It’s the effectiveness and profitability in disparate and constrained business environments that make application of Information Technology (IT) a lucrative option for...

Adopting Cloud for Business: An Organizational Perspective

In the last couple of weeks, I was engaged in providing consulting to a company whether they should migrate some of their...

Adopting Cloud for Scalability – The Way forward

With this article, I would like to continue our deliberations on cloud adoption (refer my previous articles: "The Story of the Digital Cloud -...

Why Is Cloud So Big?

In a series of articles over the period of last several weeks, I have been delving into various facets of Cloud Computing....

Managing Supply Chain – Need of Using Information Technology

A civilization surges ahead with intrinsic economic activities, with materials being transferred from one another and from one place to another, creating...

Into Future: Data Turn the Gear at CeBIT, Hannover

CeBIT in Hannover has always been special to IT industry and technology-loving people. It’s capacious, and attracts business users and IT professionals alike –...

Disrupt Convention When Technology Disrupts

Earlier during the day, I was in a conference related to Information Technologies. Speaker after speaker went on to belabour the need...