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The flag carrier airlines of India owned by Air India, a Government of India enterprise, faced a major technical glitch in their check-in system
Indian IT spending is forecast to reach $73.3bn in 2015, up by 9.4% from $67.1bn in 2014
Business-to-business (B2B) suppliers are investing in technology to address changing buying habits in the consumer retail sector, as online business purchases surge.
India is moving towards a digital future with dreams of smart cities, but Indian IT companies seem to be unconscious to the need for data security
Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaom is to set up a datacenter in India to allay fears over data security raised by the Indian Air Force (IAF).
Detecting fake websites needs to be part of all companies' security strategies, according to security and domain name experts.
Swiss bank UBS has hit major delays migrating to a cloud-based HR system and is yet to complete the move two and a half years after deciding to implement Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM).
PNB has outsourced its customer lifecycle management in a five-year deal worth more than INR 200 crore to improve customer relationships
Indian banking and securities firms will be spending about INR 470bn on IT products and services in 2014
Red Hat's roadmap for Ceph and Gluster products include a unified management console, support for containers and protocol/interface expansion.
Condusiv adds an analytical engine to its V-locity software that boosts I/O performance in Microsoft environments.
DataDirect Networks announces plans for a hyper-converged system that can scale to petabytes, along with capacity improvements for its WOS platform.
The increasing expectation for high quality content and the growth of IoT will be helped as edge computing brings nodes closer to end users.
RHEL on ARM servers has developers envisioning new apps, but the hardware and software ecosystem for 64-bit ARM is still just a vision.
Pick up a cartful of DevOps advice from retailer Target, which moved to the DevOps culture in its data centers with a balance of stability and innovation.
There are six different types of VMM profiles but not all of them all compatible with the VM and the service templates.
There are no shortages of compelling reasons to virtualize, but some applications present unique licensing challenges.
Red Hat is adding features to its virtualization software to stay competitive, but is also worried about staying relevant as the industry moves to embrace cloud and containers.
While there's a long list of technical tasks involved in a cloud migration, one of an organization's biggest hurdles to the cloud is its culture.
Public cloud credits are becoming table stakes in the world of startups, where vendors continue to fish for the next big thing to fill their balance sheets.
Following major breaches at retail giants, government agencies and others, cloud's reputation has taken a hit. But cloud may not be entirely to blame.