#CounterpunchWithSVG E10: IBM To Focus On The Contact Centre And This Time It’s About Data & AI. But Are The Clients Ready?

In the past month, I have spoken to over two dozen contact centre decision-makers on how they have managed the floor during #COVID19 times - all have stated the need to invest in more technology as key for operations hereon…

#CounterpunchWithSVG E09: Despite Its Battles, IBM Is Confident That Its India Business Will Thrive. Will It, Really?

#CounterpunchWithSVG crossed a significant milestone yesterday. In this year so far the series has garnered over 30,000 views from over 100 countries. More than anything else, I see this milestone as the best stamp of approval for this format and…

#CounterpunchWithSVG E05: IBM Says It Can Secure The Modern Enterprise But I Had Qs

Catch Matthew Glitzer, Vice President, IBM Security, Asia Pacific in an exclusive conversation with Sanchit Vir Gogia (SVG), Chief Analyst & CEO, Greyhound Research on our executive dialogue series, #CounterpunchWithSVG. This series is about sharp, honest, and unfiltered conversations. The format is…

Tech Mahindra Sees Stable Growth Market In Bangladesh

Tech Mahindra is eyeing opportunities in neighbouring Bangladesh, as India's fifth-largest IT services exporter considers it a politically stable and growing economy. The $4.9 billion IT services firm receives more than 5% of its overall business from India currently, and is looking to create more…

5 Reasons Why Symantec’s Acquisition Of Blue Coat Matters To The CIO’s Office

On 12 June, 2016 Symantec announced its agreement to acquire Blue Coat for USD 4.65 billion. As a result of this acquisition, the company will now have 385,000 customers, a vast repository of data sources and over 3,000 researchers and…

Is Symantec/Blue Coat Deal a Game-Changer?

Indian security leaders welcome the move, expected to be finalized later this year, saying it will definitely change the way technology is consumed by organizations, as they expect new innovations to help them tackle future threats more effectively. "It was…

Bangladesh Bank purged after cyber heist

Atiur Rahman, Bangladesh's central bank governor who resigned in disgrace on Tuesday, reputedly never took a holiday and once dreamed of completely digitizing his country's banking system. Rahman stepped down after failing to reveal that $81 million had been electronically siphoned to…