Topic: applications

Seven cyber security predictions for 2018

Based on industry trends, legal framework changes, expert insights and technological evolution, the following cyber security happenings have been predicted:

With SAP HANA, Moving to next generation ERP is easier than you think

SAP S/4HANA makes the complex and resource-intensive ERP migration, much simpler and easier to transition to next-generation capabilities. Know details from Netmagic.

WinMagic, LogicDS partner to offer secure OS lifecycle management

This jointly-deployed solution will significantly reduce security concerns organizations have when deploying new devices into their network.

Here's how Aussie retailers may turn to tech to compete with Amazon

Amazon’s entry into Australia stands to drive local retailers to focus on segment-specific knowledge, while increasing investment in technology.

Netmagic, Nuage Networks partner to enhance SD-WAN services

This enables enterprises to automatically route and optimise network traffic and gain visibility of applications performance without spending more on bandwidth.

NASSCOM India Leadership Forum 2018: Sessions you can’t miss on the final day

Here is a list of the sessions that you should not miss on the final day of the NASSCOM India Leadership Forum 2018, on February 21st. 

India IT channels skeptical about performance-based partner programs

With OEMs throwing caution to the wind by ditching the traditional certification-based partner programs, Indian channel partners weigh the pros and cons of stepping into the new model.

Hyper Convergence is making its Presence Felt

Market for HCI has been growing as enterprise IT realizes the benefits of Hyper Converged Infrastructure in terms of IT simplicity, performance and cost benefits. Get detailed information from Netmagic.

Solutions approach to rule India’s security market: Rajesh Maurya, Fortinet

Hiring specialized people as a security thinker is crucial for modern businesses, says Rajesh Maurya, regional vice president at Fortinet.

Accenture launches new artificial intelligence testing services

The new service is designed to help companies build, monitor and measure reliable AI systems within their own infrastructure or in the cloud.