Posts From Soma Tah

BCP PlayBook: Mindtree bet on co-innovation & reskilling to spring back to normalcy

By : Soma Tah

The COVID-19 crisis has hit businesses harder than ever before. Although many large companies had a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place that they can fall back on in case of emergencies, but they fell short of expectations during this unprecedented

BCP PlayBook: CSS Corp’s resilience frameworks drew ‘CHEER’s from employees, customers

By : Soma Tah

The COVID-19 crisis has hit businesses harder than ever before. Although many large companies had a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place that they can fall back on in case of emergencies, but they fell short of expectations during this unprecedented

BCP PlayBook: Tesco put people at the heart of its COVID-19 resilience plan

By : Soma Tah

The COVID-19 crisis has hit businesses harder than ever before. Although many large companies had a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place that they can fall back on in case of emergencies, but they fell short of expectations during this unprecedented

BCP PlayBook: ‘Digital’ helped Happiest Minds attain highest-ever NPS amid disruptions

By : Soma Tah

The COVID-19 crisis has hit businesses harder than ever before. Although many large companies had a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place that they can fall back on in case of emergencies, but they fell short of expectations during this unprecedented

BCP PlayBook: Cyient resets strategies & business processes for the New Normal

By : Soma Tah

The COVID-19 crisis has hit businesses harder than ever before. Although many large companies had a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place that they can fall back on in case of emergencies, but they fell short of expectations during this unprecedented

BCP PlayBook: ITC Infotech fights COVID-19 disruption with ‘BCP Cockpit’

By : Soma Tah

The COVID-19 crisis has hit businesses harder than ever before. Although many large companies had a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place that they can fall back on in case of emergencies, but they fell short of expectations during this unprecedented

Securing the datacenter bottomline against lockdowns and economic uncertainties

India’s datacenter market has been rapidly expanding, but remote management and maintenance capabilities have not always kept pace with growth. With the government extending the nationwide lockdown and with social distancing measures in place, datacenter operators must adapt to having

HR policies and processes need to evolve for a ‘New Normal’ of work

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The world as we know it has changed forever and the events of the past few months have fundamentally altered the way in which organisations will operate in the future. The pandemic has not only disrupted businesses but also profoundly

Indian Workforce shows its resilient streak amidst Covid-19 job-loss concerns

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The Covid-19 crisis and extended lockdown has caused pain for most of the businesses and the workforce alike. A snap poll conducted by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on 200 chief executives across various sectors found majority of them fearing their

Overcoming testing hurdles of 5G

Soma Tah 5G has added a new level of complexity to the devices. For engineers who are developing complex 5G systems, testing poses a set of technical challenges previously unheard-of, and hence, need to be addressed by new test techniques.

Prepping businesses for digital futures

Thomas George Digital Transformation is inevitable, and every organization is grappling with the reality of being an agile and digital enterprise at the earliest. For organizations looking to make the shift, a strategic partner can make all the difference by

Megatrends and challenges impacting automated test and automated measurement

BANGALORE, INDIA: NI, the provider of a software-defined platform that helps accelerate the development and performance of automated test and automated measurement systems, in its NI Trend Watch 2019 reporrt examined the most crucial engineering trends and challenges of the changing

How to prevent fraud and abuse in healthcare insurance

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Prashanth Sarpamale Fraud and abuse in healthcare insurance costs the industry crores every year. Often under-reported and discounted, it increases the total cost of insurance. For consumers it results in higher premiums, out-of-pocket expenses, reduced benefits and negatively impacts the

A Guide for CIOs: How to Lead Innovation in a Midsize Enterprise

Christopher Mixter When Gartner researchers asked CIOs at midsize enterprises what digital business means to them, they ended up with more than 100 different answers. The reality is that digital business means something different for everyone. But at the CEO

McXtra: Taking insurance-related woes away with a personal insurance assistant

Soma Tah  Compared to other parts of the world, the penetration of insurance products in India is pretty low. The sector has been ridden with ambiguities around the complex product and payout structure, terms and conditions, etc.  Insurance buyers are

Regional OTT services coming of age

Soma Tah Thanks to the availability of budget smartphones and cheaper data plans, the viewing habits of Indian consumers have evolved a lot in the last few years. Binge-watching shows on streaming platforms are more common rather than watching them on

CIOs must position IT at the heart of the overall business strategy

Noah Rosenstein The CIO of a large renewable energy producer does not create an “IT strategy.” Instead, he contributes to the overall business strategy of the organization. But getting to this point was a considerable journey. When he joined the

Applications for Women Entrepreneur Quest 2018 are open

BANGALORE, INDIA: AnitaB.org India, the non-profit organization focused on the advancement of women in technology has announced the 8th edition of the Women Entrepreneur Quest (WEQ) 2018 this week. The Top 10 winners of WEQ 2018 will each receive an

ISRO opens technology incubation centre in Agartala

BANGALORE, INDIA: India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) hosted the 1st edition of Spacetronics 2018 in Bangalore to facilitate discussion on Space technology and policies. Anil Kumar Muniswamy, Chairman, IESA said, “With huge market opportunity related to the space technology segment, the Indian

Samsung Opera House at Bangalore will let users play and explore more with its products

BANGALORE, INDIA: Samsung aims to create a better technology product for tomorrow based on a deep understanding of what people need and want and hence focusing a lot on local innovation requirements. A recent survey in the city commissioned by Samsung,