Fintech startup Open among the 8 Indian companies in KPMG Fintech100 Report
Open, the fastest-growing SME neobanking service globally, has made it to the ‘Fintech 100’, a collaborative initiative undertaken by KPMG and H2 Ventures, which recognizes the best fintech innovators from around the world.
Siemens Corporate Shared Services
Siemens' newly acquired Corindus unit performs its first robotic brain aneurysm surgery
Corindus Vascular Robotics reported that it has completed its first machine-assisted brain surgery procedure in humans.
Personalisation Helps Growth Tech Companies to Achieve Revenue Goals
Gartner research of technology and service providers indicates that marketers in “growth” organisations are personalising webpages and emails for target accounts significantly more than those in “no growth” organisations.
Gartner Top 10 Data and Analytics Trends
These data and analytics technology trends will have significant disruptive potential over the next three to five years.
Frost And Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan: Cybersecurity Market in Asia-Pacific Observes Growth Opportunities from Digital Transformation and Sophisticated Cyber Threats
AI in Cybersecurity a Growing Necessity Amidst a Rapidly Evolving Business Landscape, Finds Frost & Sullivan
Security Supply and Demand: An Economic Approach to Cybersecurity Risk Management
Cybersecurity risk management is not a purely technical or theoretical endeavor. Information security investments now inform security supply with the aim of reducing data breaches and boosting public perception. However, the demand for greater spending doesn’t necessarily equate to improved defenses.
Wood Mackenzie Ltd
The Oil Industry’s Next Big Challenge? How To Stay Investable
What’s the mood in the oil and gas industry? We’d say caution has crept in, based on the tone of debate at Wood Mackenzie’s October Energy Summits in London and Houston. These revealed common themes, hot topics and differing perspectives from each side of the Atlantic
Shattering myths and misperceptions about biometric debit and credit cards
Biometric cards could make a strong dent against credit card fraud, but several myths surround the technology...
Digital transformation: Improving the odds of success
For established companies, the pressure to digitise business models and products has reached new intensity. McKinsey research shows that the best-performing decile of digitised incumbents earns as much as 80 percent of the digital revenues generated in their industries. Ascending to that elite group is far from easy...
Gartner: Three Barriers to AI Adoption
CIOs are set to include artificial intelligence in their IT strategy. Technical, legislative and cultural challenges could influence their AI ambitions
Equiteq advises Caiman Consulting, a leading US management consultancy to the technology industry, on its sale to Sia Partners
“The Equiteq team was a pleasure to work with in completing a fairly complex transaction.They demonstrated a strong depth of knowledge in professional services, top negotiation skills, and the patience and fortitude to bring the buyer and seller to a mutually agreeable place to complete the deal.”- Raazi Imam, Caiman CEO
UK Investment in Quantum Technology Expected to Leap Over the Next Five Years – CBI/Accenture
UK business investment in new technologies such as quantum computing, blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies, and artificial intelligence (AI) is set to jump in the next five years, according to the CBI and Accenture Tech Tracker survey.
New report – Accounting firms advisory revenues pass US$2bn in China
As China’s consulting market rapidly grew by 13.4% to almost US$6bn in 2018 (US$5.98bn), the consulting arms of accounting firms—a group dominated by the Big Four—continued to outperform the market, with revenues increasing 15.9% to pass US$2bn (US$2.1bn) for the first time. Accounting firms now generate more than a third of all consulting revenues in China.
Google Brings it's new Domain to Even More Platforms Including Spotify and Microsoft
About a week ago, Google expanded its links to its calendar app where users can instantaneously create new calendar events straight from Chrome's address bar. The company today announced it's bringing the service to the masses allowing non-Google platforms to attach their services to the new shortcut domains. Already, rivals Microsoft and Music streaming platform Spotify have snatched up some of these domains...
The top 5 DevOps myths debunked
Business executives today are under pressure to accelerate speed to market while ensuring high quality, so it's not surprising that they are turning to DevOps practices to ensure high-quality software and an exceptional experience for the customer.
The Absolute Truths of Technology Marketing
As marketers seek to contribute to company growth, they often look for truths–what are the things that we absolutely have to do?
Some Assembly Required: What’s Ahead in Automotive Design
Industry 4.0 has arrived in the automotive industry, bringing substantial shifts in worker skill sets, line machinery maintenance and production quality control. According to the Association for Talent Development, knowledge workers are now in demand on factory floors, and CIO notes that proactive maintenance could help organisations cut the $50 billion they spend each year on downtime.
A central bank will issue a consumer-ready digital currency within five years - IBM research
Policy-makers at a number of central banks around the world are seriously considering developing and issuing a central bank digital currency (CBDC), with a consumer-ready CBDC likely to arrive in the next five years
How UK payroll experts are using technology
UK payroll experts need to keep pace with best practices and technology trends that impact the payroll function, in addition to managing changing workforce and compliance requirements. In our new survey, we asked these experts about how they’re using technology today in the payroll function, and their plans for the future.
Microsoft Wins $10 Billion Department Of Defense Cloud Contract
The 10-year contract is part of a Pentagon efforts to modernise the military's computing infrastructure, much of which is decades old, using computers from the 1980s and 1990s. The technology is woefully inadequate in today's high-tech environment, and the government is spending billions of dollars to update its antiquated information technology systems.