The Indian workplace is changing quickly, with technology at the centre of the change. Cloud computing is no longer a technology buzzword tossed around in company corridors. It’s mainstream now than ever before and to be on the cloud is today every business’ priority.
Telecom is one of the fastest growing industries in India. Today, India stands as the second-largest telecommunications market in the world. The government has raised the FDI cap in India from 74 percent to 100 percent.
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Last month IT major EMC announced globally that it is venturing into the hybrid cloud space. At a recent webinar the IT major explains how the company is furthering its hybrid cloud ambition by launching a new solution for enterprises enabling IT-as-a-service (ITaaS). The new hybrid Cloud solution is designed to be implemented in 28 days or less with EMC Professional Services, the company said at the webinar.
The company has announced four new services under its professional services portfolio to for end-to-end turnkey operational management; to analyze application requirements and workload suitability; for IT transformation and education services