We at Greyhound believe the change to digital is first personal and then professional. Catch Bjorn Engelhardt, SVP – APJ, Riverbed Technology in an exclusive conversation with Anshoo Nandwaani, Principal Analyst, Co-Founder & CHRO, Greyhound on our latest Greyhound TV series, Dealing With Digital, a Greyhound Studios production.
We at Greyhound believe the change to digital is first personal and then professional. Catch Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst, Founder & CEO, Greyhound in an exclusive conversation with Anshoo Nandwaani, Principal Analyst, Co-Founder & CHRO, Greyhound on our latest Greyhound TV series, Dealing With Digital.
We at Greyhound believe the change to digital is first personal and then professional. Catch Meheriar Patel, CIO, Essar Retail & AGC Networks in an exclusive conversation with Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & CEO, Greyhound Knowledge Group on our latest Greyhound TV series, Dealing With Digital.
On March 2, 2017 Symantec announced the launch of Symantec Ventures – its latest effort to help startups by contributing capital, reducing expenses and accelerating time to market. Per the company, Symantec Ventures is the next step post its partnership with Frost Data Capital Partner in 2015. Initially while the company aimed to foster up to 10 Security and IoT Analytics startups per year, with Symantec Ventures it plans to further its investment in areas like Machine Learning and Security Analytics.
As India slips on the Ease of Doing Business Index, it is imperative to understand why businesses are struggling to operate at maximum efficiency levels. Our survey of 1500+ key decision-makers from emerging large organisations established another major problem – More than 75% organisations today are running their key business functions in isolation.
Indian organizations are riding a massive wave of transformation, and technology is steering this change in most cases. It is changing the way products are manufactured and delivered to the market. Over the past few years India Inc. has seen the emergence of disruptive players such as Flipkart, Snapdeal, and Paytm that have changed the way India shops and transacts. It is critical for traditional organizations to continuously keep refreshing their business models and keep up with change.
It’s a no-brainer that the world around us is changing fast. Consumerisation is rampant and instant gratification is the new normal. Individuals, Organisations, and Governments need to move at an agile pace to better adapt to these new market conditions. This is stretching organisations on multiple accounts and forcing business leaders to continuously fine-tune their existing processes and systems.