5 things you may not know about FATCA

Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), a US anti-tax evasion law with global implications has been at the center-stage of the regulatory space for the past two years. It aims to curb cross-border tax evasion by implementing a reporting framework that requires information from worldwide institutions on a US customer’s financials. The IRS has placed 

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SDN: A leveler for CSPs

According to data growth statistics, over the coming years we will experience a tremendous jump in data generation and consumption. Cisco forecasts that global cloud traffic is expected to grow 4.5-fold. That amounts to a 35% CAGR — from 1.2 zettabytes of annual traffic in 2012, to 5.3 zettabytes by 2017. Overall, Cisco expects global 

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Three reasons why basic requirement mapping document is a must for successful agile delivery

What level of documentation is necessary for the “Agile” delivery model? This remains a persistent question. Agile practices restrict the amount of time spent on preparing reports and documentation manually for all kinds of transactional activities like reviews, test execution reports, audit reports etc., which need to be pulled from the systems and tools as 

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Transforming banking experience through a symbiotic brick and click relationship

Banks have come a long way from their early branch-heavy days to the new age of ‘anywhere, anytime’ banking. The onslaught of internet and mobile banking is throwing doubt on the continued relevance and feasibility of the branch. Couple this with the high operational and maintenance costs of the branch, and it raises the question 

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Enabling data discovery: Big data’s ability to solve bigger problems

Industry leaders are debating the co-existence of big data & traditional business intelligence. One group strongly believes traditional business intelligence will be washed away in the big data tsunami, while another group discounts big data as a big hype and vouches for traditional business intelligence as an organization’s bastion. Big data will continue to be 

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Gamification in the airline industry – going beyond traditional customer loyalty programs

The airline industry and gamification, or the use of game mechanics in non-gaming contexts, have historically had a close relationship. The first ever use of any form of gamification started in 1981 when American Airlines introduced the first frequent flyer program named “AAdvantage”. Since then, the use of gamification has become more common and is 

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How the new era of managed services will enable intelligent business operations

The evolution of managed services in the last few years has transformed IT infrastructure operations and the service delivery landscape. This transformation is largely due to the leveraging of tailored service contracts actively supported by analysts and advisory groups. The key attributes of a managed services contract cover the role of a service provider, which 

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5 steps to achieve hyper productivity with your digital apps development

The mobile and cloud revolution in enterprise IT is well underway and is already causing never-before–seen changes in the way apps are developed, managed and transformed. The driving factors behind these changes are massively empowered consumers who have information about a brand’s product and service at their fingertips on their mobile devices. It is imperative 

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