Vishal Chawla
Vishal Chawla

Senior Tech Journalist

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Vishal Chawla is a senior tech journalist at Analytics India Magazine and writes about AI, analytics, cybersecurity, blockchain, and other technologies. He also hosts AIM's video podcast called Simulated Reality, which features technology leaders, AI experts, and innovative startups of India. Email: vishal.chawla@analyticsindiamag.com

Why 100% Work From Home (WFH) Is Not Possible For Tech Sector In India Currently

It seems that technology firms in India such as Infosys and TCS are perhaps still not ready for a 100% Work From Home (WFH) situation. According to many analysts and experts, COVID-19 pandemic can lead to Work From Home (WFH)…

Apollo Hospitals To Launch AI-Based Coronavirus Risk Assessment App

Apollo Hospitals, India’s largest integrated healthcare chain, today announced the launch of a comprehensive and integrated response plan to take the battle to COVID-19. Titled ‘Project Kavach’, which means ‘shield’, the response plan is a comprehensive approach that encompasses all aspects from information, screening and…

US Government Unveils The COVID-19 High-Performance Computing Consortium

The COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium Bringing together the Federal government, industry, and academic leaders to provide access to the world’s most powerful high-performance computing resources in support of COVID-19 research. The COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium is a unique…

How Recession May Soon Affect Big Tech Companies

Given the COVID-19 pandemic, combined with declining treasury yields, broken global supply chains, the likelihood of a recession seems quite a certainty from here. For big tech companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon Uber, and many others recession can be a…

Why No-Code & Low-Code May Soon Become The New Tech Trend In Business Software

No code development platforms (NCDPs) are enabling programmers and non-programmers to build application software by using graphical user interfaces and configuration rather than conventional computer coding. Such platforms suddenly have risen in popularity as enterprises have to manage the fast…

How Can India Produce 1 Million Cybersecurity Professionals By 2020?

The world of cybersecurity is always shifting with novel new threats, and zero-day vulnerabilities are bubbling up each passing day. Data breaches cost most companies $ 3.92 million on average, as per IBM-Ponemon study. The current skills crunch has terrible…

Top Container Management Platforms For Developers & Businesses

Container management platforms are leveraged by developers to launch, test, and secure applications in resource-independent environments. Containers include components of applications, libraries, or collections of source code that can be used or deployed on demand.  The container management platforms support…

We At NASSCOM Are Building An Innovation Ecosystem For AI & IoT Startups In India: Sanjeev Malhotra 

According to Sanjeev Malhotra, CEO of NASSCOM- CoE For IoT & AI, he is currently building an innovation ecosystem for IoT & AI startups in India, working with large enterprises, SMEs, government and VCs. For the weekly interview column, Analytics…

Wipro Joins IBM, Google & Tata Communications To Become Governing Council Member At Hedera Blockchain

Apart from Wipro, other leading members of the Hedera governing council include Tata Communications, IBM and Google. Hedera Hashgraph, a public blockchain platform announced that Wipro, a prominent global information technology, consulting and business process services company, has joined the…

GitHub Acquiring npm Inc Shows The Importance Of JavaScript Ecosystem

GitHub has confirmed an agreement to procure npm Inc, the organisation which operates the npm repository relied upon by 12 million JavaScript developers. The operation of the npm team over the last ten years, with participation from hundreds of thousands…

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