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15 minutes | 4 months ago
28: Tech@Work Podcast | How Lenovo DAAS offering is innovating workspaces in a post COVID-19 New Normal
While the current manifestation of work from home is an outcome of social distancing due to the COVID-19, organizations are reimagining the nature of work, pivoting their workforce, collaborating using intelligent technologies.This week, CNBCTV18.com presents a special Tech@Work podcast, where host Megha Vishwanath discusses the Device as a Service subscription-based model by Lenovo and how this is offering a modern approach to a changing world with Rohit Midha, Director – Services Sales, Lenovo India. The duo decodes how DAAS by Lenovo looks to simplify, accelerate, and transform our workplaces while also highlighting the larger goals for DAAS to drive growth and help users through their digital transformation journey.
20 minutes | 5 months ago
27: Tech@Work Podcast | Contactless Payments: The Future Is Here
In this podcast, we decode the FIS PACE PULSE SURVEY Q3 2020 with Mahesh Ramamoorthy, Managing Director- Banking Solutions, International Market, APAC, FIS, deep-diving into the future of digital payments with contactless mobility.
16 minutes | 10 months ago
26: Tech@Work Podcast | Decoding the impact of technology on renewable energy sector
This week, we launch our special series of Tech@Work podcasts, a "Power2Think Exclusive", where we’ll discuss the impact of technology on the renewable energy sector with Rahul Munjal, Chairman and Managing Director of Hero Future Energies.
16 minutes | a year ago
25: How will solar energy be the game changer in the realm of renewable energy?
15 minutes | 2 years ago
24: What is Industry 5.0? Basant Shroff of E&Y answers
Visionaries are already forecasting the next revolution in manufacturing – Industry 5.0. In this episode of Tech@Work, Reema Tendulkar talks to Basant Shroff, partner, E&Y to get key answers on what will be the key technologies driving Industry 5.0.
23 minutes | 2 years ago
23: ‘Digital’ could transform India's economy by 2025
India is digitising faster than any other country, barring Indonesia. This is what McKinsey’s analysis of 17 mature and emerging economies has shown. However, India’s digital story is still in its infancy with a digital score of 32 out of 100. By 2025, digital could transform India's economy, says Alok Kshirsagar, senior partner, McKinsey and Anu Madgavkar, partner, McKinsey. In this episode of Tech@Work, Reema Tendulkar talks to these two to understand where India’s digital growth is headed.
12 minutes | 2 years ago
22: Three things TikTok is betting on to make its platform safer
The ban on social media app TikTok has been lifted in India. However, the company is still not out of the woods as the onus on making sure there is no pornography on its platform rests with itself. How will TikTok monitor its platform with millions of users? The answer is artificial intelligence (AI). The app will use a combination of AI, facial recognition software and independent content audit checks. In this episode of Tech@Work, Reema Tendulkar talks to Faisal Kawoosa, founder, TechARC to understand exactly how TikTok is going to come true to its promise.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
21: Future of EV in India
Pollution and noise-free electric vehicles are said to be the future of the automobile industry. Why does Mahindra electric, despite being in the business for a decade, has only sold 14000 electric vehicles up till now? In this episode of Tech@Work we dive deeper into the EV market with Mahindra electric CEO Mahesh Babu. Babu said that the big EV opportunity in India could be for public transport and for fleet operators.
16 minutes | 2 years ago
20: 5G is coming. What does it mean for you and the telecom industry?
5G service, the next generation of mobile networks, is expected to be rolled out next year in India. 5G networks promise faster wireless speeds and have far-reaching implications for innovations such as self-driving cars and technologies such as augmented reality. What does 5G mean for Indian telecom? Will 5G auctions trigger further consolidation? Even as the US and China prepare to embrace 5G by the end of this year, we dialled Rajiv Sharma, co-head of research at SBI Caps, to get his insights. Listen to Sharma talk about how technology could potentially change our lives.
14 minutes | 2 years ago
19: Data localisation: Free and open internet vs national security?
Data localisation is the latest buzzword and there are two camps firmly set up between the ones who want free internet and the ones who keep national security as paramount. In this week’s episode of Tech@Work, we reopen this debate with Amit Malhotra, MD of IDC India and South Asia. While data localisation is against the ethos of free and open internet, India claims that it is for protecting secure nation's security and protect its citizen's data. How valid is the national security argument? Is the security of data is dependent on the location of data? Malhotra talks on whether data security is dependent on its location, impact on Indian startups and the impact of increased regulatory burden.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
18: How safe is your digital data on cloud?
Cloud is today a preferred storage location for all our digital data. But how safe is this date on the cloud? What kinds of cyber risks are lurking in the world of Internet of Things?In this episode of Tech@Work, we talk to Venkat Krishnapur, vice president of engineering and managing director, McAfee India on the world of cyber risks and ways to keep your data safe.
26 minutes | 2 years ago
17: How Spotify wants to make its presence felt in India’s already crowded music streaming app market
Less than 1 percent Indians pay for music streaming applications. Is the music going to stop for others with the Swedish music giant Spotify’s entry into this already crowded market? In this episode of Tech@Work, Reema Tendulkar talks to Spotify India’s managing director Amarjit Batra on what makes the Indian music streaming market unique, the challenges ahead and the differentiating Spotify brings to the audience. Also Watch: Only one percent of users pay for music in India, says Spotify's Amarjit Singh Batra
21 minutes | 2 years ago
16: How data analytics is helping government drive the economy
Today, data is being used by companies to drive efficiencies, mitigate risks and add new revenue streams to their existing business models. However, there is one area where data is being used but isn’t talked about much – government.Use of data analytics by governments is gaining tremendous traction.Technology major Infosys predicts use of artificial intelligence will improve India’s GDP by $1 trillion in the next 5 years. In this episode of Tech@Work, we talk to Sathish HC of Infosys on exactly this.
23 minutes | 2 years ago
15: The future of AR and VR in India
Emerging technologies such as Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are already radically changing the way we consume experiences. VR puts the user into a completely different, immersive environment while AR uses our existing environment and enriches it with virtual objects. Though commonly associated with gaming and entertainment, these technologies are increasingly being used in a raft of other fields such as training, education pharma and medicine, among others. This week’s episode of Tech@Work explores the promise of AR and VR to personalise and advance these fields. The possibilities are endless, we gathered from India’s first Augmented reality and virtual reality conference. Immerse yourself right away!
22 minutes | 2 years ago
14: The draft ecommerce policy, explained
What does the draft ecommerce policy mean for enterprises? How will the industry be impacted? Is it protectionist? ShopClues, an online marketplace, and Technopak Advisors, a consultancy, weigh in on the policy to answer these important questions. Get insights also on the sore points of the policy and incentives for domestic players, among other topics. Happy Listening!
27 minutes | 2 years ago
13: The tech rulebook in retail
Why isn't an online-only strategy not working for some companies? Is that why they are veering towards the Omni channel platform? In this episode of Tech@Work, we crack the retail code. We also delve deeper into topics like artificial intelligence by retailers and innovations done by the US and China, among others. Sauvik Banerjee, CTO of Tata Cliq, shares his insights on his company's experience and the latest on the industry. Tune in right away!
12 minutes | 2 years ago
12: Data is the new currency but how do you spend it?
With global tech giants clamouring after our data and advertisers paying top dollar to know every minute detail about our habits, data is simply considered to be the next currency. How then, do you spend this money? In this episode of Tech@Work, Mark Sullivan, global CFO of IDC, sheds light on how to monetise data. IDC’s research say by 2020, 60 percent of the companies would have data monetisation capabilities and by 2021 organisations can expect 22 percent of their revenues from data monetisation. Let us find out how companies are leveraging data to improve their operations, productivity, and creating new revenue streams.
15 minutes | 2 years ago
11: Can Uber’s “build globally, live locally” help solve India’s transportation problem?
Uber has a new mantra: “We build globally we live locally”. What is core to India’s transportation needs are three things, namely; affordability, accessibility and safety. It doesn’t help that diversity and size of this country poses its own sets of unique challenges and opportunities alike. In this episode of Tech@Work, Reema Tendulkar talks to Shirish Andhare, head of product, Uber India on the company’s bus plan, artificial intelligence and solving the ‘regional language’ puzzle.
20 minutes | 2 years ago
10: Lets talk about chatbots
Chatbots — automated text-based and voice-based virtual assistants — have come a long way since they were conceptualised by Alan Turin in the 1950s. Today, they are thriving and central to several businesses’ strategy and disruptors in their own right. So what is the concept behind chatbots? What about the technology powering them and the challenges they are yet to surmount? Swapan Rajdev, co founder and CTO of Haptik, delves deep into the world of chatbots. Listen in and find out about the most exciting chatbots in the market.
13 minutes | 2 years ago
9: The top strategic trends for 2019, according to Gartner — Part II
Imagine a parking lot where an autonomous car manoeuvres into position by itself. This is the likely evolution of the technology trend “Smart Spaces” that Gartner is keenly watching in 2019. Why has Gartner introduced quantum computing as a technology trend for the first time in 2019? What is it? Meanwhile, digital ethics continues to be a hot topic. In Episode 2 of our chat, Partha Iyenger of Gartner talks about smart spaces, quantum computing, digital ethics, blockchain and AI-driven development. Ready for a crash course on these emerging technologies? Hop right in!
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