IBM’s Red Hat Acquisition: Here’s What The Mega Deal Means

IBM on October 28 made its biggest-ever acquisition- that of open source software company Red Hat for $34 billion, and the deal could have some impact on the India operations of the combined entity, feel experts. Calling the deal a…

IBM Announces Acquisition Of Red Hat

On Sunday, IBM said it is acquiring Red Hat for $33 billion, a premium of 63% over its traded value, as it looks to build the hybrid cloud capability and take on entrenched players such as VMware, Google Cloud, Amazon…

Google Searches For More Corporate Clients

With an aim to capture market share from Amazon and Microsoft, Google is luring corporates with its machine learning and AI technologies at attractive price points. What remains to be seen is whether Google, which is acknowledged for its expertise…

India Contributes To Amazon’s 77% Profit Plunge: Why Company Will Still Continue To Invest Here

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Oracle Preparing To Compete With AWS

After launching its public cloud services in September, Oracle is vying for the market dominated by Amazon Web Services – by changing its organisation culture to mimic that of AWS itself. “Digital sales will be challenging for Oracle because most…

Tough Road Ahead for IBM India Chief

IBM’s two major global bets — cloud and cognitive — are also the two weakest areas for the computing giant in India, where it seems to be struggling in a highly competitive market. Will the new India MD be able…

Whilst Transforming Clients, IBM India Must Also Transform Within

On January 4, 2017, IBM India named Karan Bajwa as the new Managing Director. He takes over the reigns from Vanitha Narayanan, who has now been appointed as the Chairman. Per the announcement, this change is effective immediately; both Karan and Vanitha will report…

MNCs Put Indian Data Centres On Cloud Nine

In a move that should worry local providers, large multinationals, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft and IBM, have announced the launch of data centre facilities in India over the last year to capture the thriving local cloud computing demand.…

With Technology At Helm, South Korea Ready To Contribute To Global Innovation

With AWS’s Seoul Data Centre region going live in January 2016 and Microsoft announcing plans in May 2016, all eyes were set on IBM and Google. While the latter is yet to make any announcement on this topic, the former…

Workday Moves Test & Dev To IBM Cloud – Expect Increased Focus On Innovation

On 15 August, 2016 IBM and Workday announced a multi-year partnership wherein Workday will use IBM’s Cloud for its internal Testing and Development environment. The announcement adds to the existing IBM and Workday partnership which includes IBM’s global Workday Consulting…

AWS Vs Microsoft

From bringing in big guns to run enterprise sales in the country and running full-page ads to counter each other's data centre launches to attempting to poach clients, these American giants are leaving no stone unturned to win in India.…

All Eyes On Microsoft India: Will Anant Help Turn The Page?

It takes one brain to dream of change but many a handful to turn it into a reality. Satya Nadella has done exceptionally well to dream up a new and improved Microsoft and steer the company strategy accordingly. However, the…

About Time Microsoft India Delivers A Yorker

On 1 August 2016, Microsoft announced the joining of Anant Maheshwari as President, Microsoft India from 1 September 2016. Anant will be replacing current Microsoft India Chairman Bhaskar Pramanik who has held this position for over five years. This announcement…

Why AWS Announcement Heralds Public Cloud War In India

On 28 June, when Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the launch of its sixth Asia Pacific (APAC) Region in Mumbai, India, it did nothing short of telling its competitors firmly, especially Microsoft and IBM, that it was stepping up its…

On Top Of Cloud

As oracle programmers rewrite fresh codes for its cloud services, the company is scripting a new history. It is transforming itself into a cloud-first company. Some industry watchers might argue that it is a tad late in entering the realm of…

Who Should Be Your Cloud Driver On The Digital Highway?

It’s not an easy task to choose a cloud computing services provider, especially when companies like Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS), Microsoft Corp., International Business Machines Corp. (IBM), Hewlett-Packard Co., Dell Inc., Oracle Corp. and VMware Inc. are pulling out…

Will Pune Outpace Bengaluru To Become India’s Next Startup Hub?

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis recently expressed the state government’s intention to develop Pune as the startup hub for Maharashtra. He went on to say that Pune could be the startup hub of the country. Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & CEO, Greyhound…

Amazon Opens Data Centres In India

As a part of its commitment to invest $5 billion in India, Amazon on Tuesday launched its first set of India data centres in Mumbai to cater to cloud computing services here unleashing a new race for the top cloud…

Amazon Launches First Cloud Data Centre In Mumbai

As a part of its commitment to invest $5 billion in India, Amazon has launched its first set of India data centres in Mumbai to cater to cloud computing services here unleashing a new race for the top cloud provider position…

Karan Bajwa to join IBM

IT veteran Karan Bajwa, who was the Managing Director of Microsoft, is set to join IBM. Bajwa tweeted that he is a reborn IBMer. He was in charge of sales and marketing operations of Microsoft. According to Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst…

AWS Announces New Asia Pacific Region – Here’s Why It Matters!

On Tuesday, 28 June 2016, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the launch of its sixth Asia Pacific (APAC) Region in Mumbai, India. The new AWS Mumbai Region consists of two separate Availability Zones at launch. This news is part of the…

After IBM and Microsoft, Amazon plans to set up data centre in India next year

Amazon Web Services (AWS) said it will open an AWS infrastructure region in India for its cloud computing platform in 2016. "Tens of thousands of customers in India are using AWS from one of AWS's eleven global infrastructure regions outside…

After IBM and Microsoft, Amazon plans to set up data centre in India next year @firstpost

Amazon Web Services (AWS) said it will open an AWS infrastructure region in India for its cloud computing platform in 2016. "Tens of thousands of customers in India are using AWS from one of AWS's eleven global infrastructure regions outside…