A framework that describes the various layers of cloud platform services starting from virtualized hardware up to end-user software applications Read more →
I am happy to announce that Reach1to1 Technologies, a company I founded has been selected as one of the 10 most promising big data companies by CIO Review Magazine.
I was invited to speak to a big data innovation conference in Mumbai this week. I chose to present a case study to illustrate how we use Polyglot Persistence – or in plain English – using more than one database … Read more →
McKinsey Global Institute published a report that identifies the top 5 catalysts of growth for the US economy: The US economy is struggling to find a new formula for vigorous growth. But all growth opportunities are not created equal. New … Read more →
Isaac Asimov, my favorite science fiction writer and thinker introduced a concept called Psychohistory in his famous “Foundation” novel series. Psychohistory is the science of predicting the behavior of large groups of people using a statistical model of the psychology … Read more →
Companies having a team that is distributed across multiple locations, with a centralized accounts department find it cumbersome to process expense claims by employees. This article suggests an expense claim workflow that is best suited for such distributed teams. Read more →
Information Technology is rife with jargon. Every IT enterprise creates new terminology and adds to the noise. How can a small/medium sized enterprise make the tough decisions about choosing the right technology? What are the options? What are the risks? What are the costs? This second article in the series attempts to answer some of these questions. Read more →
Small businesses owners are hard-pressed for managing with scarce resources. How can technology ease their stress levels? Information Technology (IT) is often touted as the magic potion that has solutions for almost any business ailment. But IT is a confusing world of jargon, with incomprehensible abbreviations like ERP, CRM, SFA, SCM, EAI, BPM … and so on. How does a small business owner make sense of all this jargon, and what is a practical approach to adopting IT? This is the first article that begins the series to analyze and answer this question. Read more →