Posts From Sunil Rajguru

How to use tech to fight pandemics

By : Sunil Rajguru

Bird Flu. Swine Flu. SARS. MERS. Ebola… Potential pandemics are coming with great regularity and this could soon be the new normal. When Covid-19 burst upon the global scene, initially the medical industry seemed totally ill-equipped to meet the challenge.

The Corona Era now has its own app: Houseparty!

By : Sunil Rajguru

Every era brings its own set of companies. In the 1990s when you needed earnest business to come to the Internet you had the likes of Amazon and Google. When the Internet became mature and one had more leisure time,

Pollution is down. Good. Let’s keep it that way!

By : Sunil Rajguru

After 9/11, air travel came to a standstill and air pollution drastically dropped. The effects of those clear skies were studied for years to come. However, the way the world has reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic recently, it seems that

10 areas that will actually benefit from Corona

By : Sunil Rajguru

The Covid-19 outbreak spells bad news for many industries. Airlines and the travel and tourism industry is probably the biggest casualty. Then there’s the hospitality industry with empty hotels and fine dining restaurants. Daily wage workers, drivers and those running

10 tech things that Corona will change

By : Sunil Rajguru

Let’s hope the Covid-19 Coronavirus epidemic quickly blows over and the final death toll is at a minimum. However the impact it will have on the global psyche of the world will be unprecedented and things will change for good,

Will Coronavirus make India a tech superpower?

By : Sunil Rajguru

First of all, one hopes that the current Coronavirus scare blows over quickly with minimum casualties. Second of all, the Coronavirus epidemic should never have happened, but now that it has happened, it is a valid hypothesis that its impact

Will Reliance Jio create another disruption—in connected cars?

By : Sunil Rajguru

Connected vehicles can communicate with systems in both directions: They can send and receive data across networks. This will be great news from the point of view of traffic management, security, safety, remote diagnostics, over the air (OTA) updates and

How Jeff Bezos plans total world domination

By : Sunil Rajguru

The Amazon is the largest river in the world. It discharges at an average of 2 lakh plus cubic metres per second, more than many other large global rivers combined. It’s a fitting name for a company that plans total

Top 8 tech buzzwords of 2019

By : Sunil Rajguru

Every year has its own fair share of buzzwords. Some of them are just hype, while others define the market and yet others turn out to be rank game changers. Some of the hyped-up terms fade out the next year

Elon Musk: Man of the year

By : Sunil Rajguru

Billionaire genius Elon Musk is in a league of his own. Always ahead of his time, in 1995 he came out with Zip2, which was an online city guide software for newspapers. Then he tried to launch an online bank

Why HCI is growing fast both in India and abroad

By : Sunil Rajguru

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) is a key component of Digital Transformation. Amit Mehta, Director of Modern Data Center Business at Dell Technologies, says that HCI is best suited for both hybrid and multi-cloud architecture. It also has many other advantages, which

Philanthropist Bill Pulte wants to give away US$1 Million on Twitter

By : Sunil Rajguru 3

There is much focus on the negativity of the social media site Twitter, where political battles keep raging on all day and night round the year. However, a philanthropist called Bill Pulte (@pulte) has decided to bring in a huge

10 Artificial Intelligence Applications that will change the future

By : Sunil Rajguru

  Artificial Intelligence has already entered your life and Algorithms decide what your social media feed looks like and who should drive you home and by what route. Siri and Alexa have become commonplace and people already interact with chatbots

10 things you should know about IoT

By : Sunil Rajguru

The Internet of Things is all set for a revolution in the 2020s when we may have tens of billions of devices all across the globe continuously sending a huge amount of data which will have to be stored, crunched