• Cover Story

    siTech20-May 2016 issue

    Increasingly, companies across the world are beginning to be dotted with impactful leaders of Indian origin. These men and women from the Indian diaspora have been fearless in pursuing their ideas and conceptualizing them. This spirit has given way to innovation in various markets and shone new light on the once dreaded path of entrepreneurship. With well-established firms such as Google, Microsoft, along with VCs, and even governments backing new ideas, Indians are getting more into the fore. Young men and women inclined towards launching a startup need to focus more on the various elements involved in becoming a successful enterpreneur. They should understand the way funding works. There is the need to build businesses that have a competitive advantage, and the ability to procure profits.
Content

Invest in Right Technology to Scale, Grow and Transform Businesses

Ashwani Choudhary, VP, Global Systems, IT Solutions, GM Financial

Entree for the Entrepreneurs: Creativity or Innovation?

Anil Konkimalla, Founder & CEO, Storeworks

Fix the H-1B Visa Program

Sashi Reddi, Investor & Founder, SRI Capital

The State Of Business In Light of Technological Advancements

Pranav Dalal, Chief Disruption Officer, Office Beacon

Transforming India’s Telecom Networks

Dimple Amin, VP, Global Engineering & MD, Ciena

Balancing Security and Risk in a Cloud-Connected Enterprise

Anil Karmel Founder & CEO, C2 Labs Co-Chair, NIST Cloud Security Working Group

The Ecosystem of Google Technologies

Sumit Baluja, Vice President, Tech Mahindra

Commerce: Enabled By People and Powered By Technology

Debashis Saha, VP, Commerce Platform Infrastructure, eBay

Measuring Cloud Readiness of Enterprise Applications

Amul Merchant, Senior Director, Software Development, Infor

Getting “IT” Done with Bi-Modal approach

Viren Shah, CIO & VP, Masco Cabinetry