Internet of Things(IoT) today

“If the outside temperature is more than 350 C, turn on AC at my home when I am about to reach in 15 minutes”. Internet of Things (IoT) has grown at a higher pace like many experts predicted few years back . Today, IoT extends from smart homes to wearable watches to healthcare instruments. The…

Changes in Indian IT industry

There are couple of articles recently in ET, Business Line on the challenges our IT industry is currently facing. Due to a steep fall in the crude oil prices in previous fiscal, IT investments by clients in the energy vertical have delayed, reduced and some are cancelled. Telecom services providers are also not doing well…

A note on Wrist Watch Industry

Though India has high potential, the current infrastructure in India is challenge. The economic slowdown has added to this making the things worse. Buying habits of customers are shifting – customers are buying from online retail like Flipkart etc. Mobile phones are definitely not a competition for the watch industry. Wrist watch is a style…

Is China a threat to Indian IT companies?

Studies show that Chinese software outsourcing firms are unlikely to catch up with Indian and other global software services firms anytime in the near future, despite a major policy push towards outsourcing from China’s central government in recent years. Language barrier has also played a huge role in China’s inability to attract large outsourcing contracts…

What is a Bitcoin and how it works?

Bitcoin is virtual currency. Once you have installed a Bitcoin wallet on your computer or mobile phone, it will generate your first Bitcoin address and you can create more whenever you need one. You can disclose your addresses to your friends so that they can pay you or vice versa. In fact, this is pretty…

WhatsApp saving lives!!

Couple of articles these days have caught my attention – felt good about the use of WhatsApp in hospitals. Doctors started using the personal technology – the smartphone to speed up diagnosis patients with suspected problems. They started using WhatsApp to send pictures of patient’s electrocardiograms to each other to cut time spent on reaching…