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API strategy – getting it right for an enterprise

October 16, 2016Blog Standard

Few weeks back I spoke to Steve, the divisional CIO of a large enterprise. He was flustered and anxious. The CEO had just given the group CIO broad guidelines and timelines to get in place an API strategy which will help drive sales from their online business. The group CIO was a traditional infrastructure leader

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Amazonians, Rise of Female Consciousness and International Women’s day

March 8, 2016Blog Standard

Drunvalo Melchizdeck is an acknowledged new age spiritual guru, author of several books translated in over 20 languages and conducts classes for spiritual meditation based on his Flower of Life philosophy. This blog is not about Drunvalo. It is about an interesting assertion he makes, on the future of planet Earth, The planet earth is

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Dials for Driving in Digital Economy

January 20, 2016Blog Standard

The WEF meet this year has started today in Davos. Movers and Shakers from world over will meet over next 4 days to exchange notes on what is working, what is not working and how the global economy is responding to various forces. Klaus Schwab, the founder chairman of WEF wrote an opening blog last

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As Startups JAM for Financial Inclusion!

November 8, 2015Blog Standard

When we think or hear the word startups, the typical image evoked is one of hot cool technologies, crazy valuations, silicon valley, young talent, and high growth. When we talk of big MNC banks with global operations, we think scale, regulations, big money, big corporates and smart savvy urban consumers with lot of buying power.

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Approach to Digitalisation – The tip or the iceberg ?

July 18, 2015Blog Standard

 We all know the story of Titanic, the famous ship which sank because it hit a giant iceberg. The tip of the iceberg could be as small as 1m above the sea level while the rest of the iceberg could be hundred times longer and wider and be hidden below the sea level. A ship

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A delicate balance

February 17, 2015Blog Standard

I have had very educating discussions with folks all over the globe, in enterprise IT organizations and people working in Technology companies and IT services companies since I wrote my last post. It is clear that implementing “Anytime, Anywhere Any device secure access to applications and data” is more a journey than a goal, given the

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Anytime, Anywhere, Any device Secure Access – HOW?

July 19, 2014Blog Standard

In all the meetings that I have had of late with IT executives of global enterprises, and product and services vendors, everyone talks incessantly about how the new changing work style is about “anytime, anywhere, secure access from any device” to data and applications. Most vendors claim to have an out of the box solution

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“Ensumer” sets the Agenda for IT

December 13, 2013Blog Standard

The other day I was in a meeting with a CIO of a large healthcare company. She sounded  exasparated by the pressure her team was facing from end users who seemed to know more about the latest devices available and the technology they were using as compared to some folks in her team. “My users

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Love thy neighbor’s business

January 12, 2013Blog Standard

It is 2013, the new year, and it is the season for resolutions, planning and predictions. The analysts and pundits and magazines are out with their lists of the top 10 and top 20 trends. All of them are interesting and full of knowledge and wisdom, (at least they claim to be). I am no pundit,

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December 21 this year…..and the different views

December 18, 2012Blog Standard

Has been a long gap since my last post…..have been busy…so was on a break….but now back! Much has been written and discussed on how 2012 will be the year of transformation or the year of doom, and December 21, the last day of the mayan calender, is considered to be the D-day. have spent some time lately reading up

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