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  • What will drive the 5G revolution?

    What will drive the 5G revolution?

    The mobile device explosion of the last decade has changed the way we operate in our personal and professional lives. But the truth is, we’ve experienced just a small sliver of what is possible in...

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  • Stay secure. Stay safe. Lessons from the Cosmos Bank attack

    Stay secure. Stay safe. Lessons from the Cosmos Bank attack

    In August this year, Cosmos Bank became the latest victim of a major cyber-attack. Hackers breached the bank’s ATM switch server in Pune, stealing details of multiple Visa and Rupay debit card...

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  • #TrustedToWin – collaboration learnings  from Formula 1

    #TrustedToWin – collaboration learnings from Formula 1

    It’s a universal truth that people can achieve amazing things when they work together. As humans, our ability to work together and solve problems has enabled us to evolve and build today’s modern...

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  • How AI and the IoT will interact

    How AI and the IoT will interact

    With more than four billion internet users worldwide today and 31 billion connected devices forecast by 2020, the future of the digital world lies in how people and ‘things’ will interact with...

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  • AI will diversify human thinking, not replace it

    AI will diversify human thinking, not replace it

    Co-authored with Vinod Kumar, CEO and Managing Director at Tata Communications Artificial Intelligence (AI) is evolving rapidly, changing the way that humans interact with the world. The idea of a...

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  • What do business leaders say about AI and the future of work?

    What do business leaders say about AI and the future of work?

    Tata Communications has published a study which rejects the science-fictional and sensational claims made of monolithic AI forms that will surpass and replace human intelligence. Based on the...

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  • Will AI diversify human thinking or replace it?

    Will AI diversify human thinking or replace it?

     Fears of the impact AI may have on employment have made people focus keenly on the security of the past. When looking to the future, however, the outlook is brighter, as AI opens more doors than...

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  • Three questions we need to ask about AI in the workplace

    Three questions we need to ask about AI in the workplace

    We have lived with the anxiety of the ‘other’ for hundreds of years. It’s a common fear that has haunted literature for centuries. One of the earliest explorations of this concept through the lens...

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  • China: Addressing the firewalls to your business – part 2

    China: Addressing the firewalls to your business – part 2

    In part one of this blog, I discussed China’s crackdown on security, which will affect foreign businesses connecting into the country. Despite the signs of a crackdown, China in fact still remains...

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  • China: Addressing the firewalls to your business – part 1

    China: Addressing the firewalls to your business – part 1

    China’s economy has witnessed one of the most remarkable growths in the last 30 years. It has been regarded as one of the world’s largest economies and a major engine for global growth. In 2017...

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  • Safe on all fronts – building a robust cybersecurity program

    Safe on all fronts – building a robust cybersecurity program

    Everyone knows that reliable infrastructure and highly available services are critical for business success in the digital age. To support dispersed workloads and mobile users worldwide, this...

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  • Health check: Lessons from the recent Singapore data breach – part 2

    Health check: Lessons from the recent Singapore data breach – part 2

    In part one  of this blog I discussed the impact data breaches can have on businesses. Now I will address the ways businesses can tackle cyber-attacks proactively. The problem many organisations...

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  • Breaking barriers to SD-WAN adoption – part 2

    Breaking barriers to SD-WAN adoption – part 2

    In part one of this blog I discussed the concerns companies may have when looking to deploy an SD-WAN. The advantages of SD-WAN are aplenty, yet many enterprises would rather stick with what they...

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  • Health check: Lessons from the recent Singapore data breach – part 1

    Health check: Lessons from the recent Singapore data breach – part 1

    Thanks to increased connectivity, data is fuelling our digital economy and creating new opportunities in a huge range of different areas such as agriculture, health and manufacturing to name a...

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  • Breaking barriers to SD-WAN adoption – part 1

    Breaking barriers to SD-WAN adoption – part 1

    In this day and age, most businesses don’t need to be convinced about going digital to enhance their agility. The more pressing question is how and when to make it a reality. Given the central...

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  • Are you not entertained? Enforcing the golden rule of sports

    Are you not entertained? Enforcing the golden rule of sports

    One of the many things the 2018 FIFA World Cup will be remembered for is the role of VAR (video-assistant referee), which took centre stage in football’s most iconic festival for the first time....

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  • Building a future ready workforce

    Building a future ready workforce

    While many organisations have all the ingredients to grow smartly in the digital era, are they doing enough to nurture their biggest asset – their people? The global business landscape is...

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  • Internet that fits your business – part 2

    Internet that fits your business – part 2

    In my previous blog, I discussed how the Internet has transformed the lives of four billion people. IT decision makers are today impatiently injecting new technologies and radical thinking across...

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  • Internet that fits your business – part 1

    Internet that fits your business – part 1

    At the risk of sounding like I am nearing retirement age (ahem, I still have some 30 years to go!), when I got my first job in the late nineties in Uttar Pradesh in India, we depended on hard...

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  • World Emoji Day and people’s changing communication habits

    World Emoji Day and people’s changing communication habits

    They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This may be why users the world over have embraced emojis with such enthusiasm. If you’re guilty of punctuating your texts and instant messages with...

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