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The only truly disruptive trend in the IT Industry: the new IT Buyer.

79% of US CIOs report that, as of 2014, they had lost control of IT Budgets. This is an extremely relevant figure for the future of the IT Industry, which was published by Information Week, in their… 986 more words


How SMB IT service providers view the Cloud

It’s not news that IT is an ever-changing industry. The skills that I learnt when I first started are now mostly irrelevant. I say ‘mostly’ because some of the fundamentals of disks, files, networks etc still hold true (once we’d migrated off token ring anyway). 1,018 more words


Software Development Guest Speakers

On Wednesday, we were visited by two IT experts who talked about their history as a programmers and working the IT industry. One of them talked about being a CRM for ANZ and talked about what she did at University to get her degree. 44 more words

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The Maharashtra 2014 Elections

It’s not the Election Commissioner writing this post for you, but yours truly. Naturally, it’s not about all the elections in 2014, but just the assembly election in Maharashtra, this year. 2,385 more words

Cold Calling; dirty words or untapped business gold?

I work in IT. I’m aware of how much of a sweeping statement that is and how little it means in terms of a tangible day job but the reality is that most people wouldn’t be interested in the nuts and bolts behind the technology I sell. 746 more words

Prepare Your Business for the Digital Disruption

The message from Gartner’s recent CIO Survey is clear; a digital disruption is on the horizon, and not many businesses are prepared for it. Having the ability to manage, harvest, and analyze data is essential to success in 2015 and beyond. 346 more words

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IT brings in realty boom in Mahabalipuram road

Chennai’s old Mahabalipuram road is set to see a huge supply of residential property — 10,000 new apartments, with 4 major residential townships. All on the back of investments to the tune of Rs 4,000 crore, reports CNBC-TV18. 280 more words