Milind M. Tapaswi

What is a Cognitive Enterprise and Why build it?

Organizations are facing an unprecedented convergence of technological, social and regulatory forces. As artificial intelligence (AI), automation, Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain and 5G become pervasive, their combined impact will reshape standard business architectures. Later in June 2019, CNBC is organizing multiple discussions in Mumbai called Building Cognitive Enterprises. These discussions will also be televised […]

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IBM Services – Breakthrough Partnerships: Godrej Group teamed with IBM to embark on cloud journey

Indian organizations are growing. From being regional players within the country to being national and some even multi-national companies (MNC’s) in their own right. Predominantly through inorganic growth in developing markets around the world and sometimes even acquiring companies in the developed markets. A lot of departments need to come together when two or more […]

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IBM Services – Breakthrough Partnerships: ABFRL partnered with IBM to transform IT infrastructure

Would you shop in a store at your favourite mall if you found out that they couldn’t bill you because their IT systems went down? Would you remember your bad experience waiting for the team at the billing counter to get the systems up again enough to not visit the same brand at another outlet, […]

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IBM Services – Breakthrough Partnerships: Future Group optimizes energy consumption with a Watson IoT solution

Visit any mall this summer in India, and you’ll come across a very familiar sight. The place will be teeming with people trying to engage in ‘retail therapy’ while enjoying the respite from the more-often-than-not boiling temperatures outside. Not many will make their purchases right away and some may only window shop. Some others may […]

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BRF enables consumer-like IT support for its employees

There is no dearth of large multi-national organizations across the world, operating in several industries. Couple of things common across all of them is a large number of employees, several instances of IT infrastructure, software, applications running these organizations and therefore, a need for those employees to engage with IT helpdesks to resolve their issues. […]

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Automation for the Digital Workplace

Scenario 1: You’ve been on a vacation, and it’s been a great time. It’s one of those holidays where you decided to leave your laptop behind and disconnect the email service from your handheld device as well. What’s that? You say it sounds utopian?!!   But let’s just hold on to the thought for a […]

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Intelligent Automation: Simplifying your IT and Business Processes

Machines and processes are getting smarter at running themselves. Repetitive and time-consuming tasks now either don’t need or require very minimal human supervision. Workers are being freed up to think more creatively and ambitiously about their jobs. Instead of being tied down to tedious responsibilities, new worlds are opening up. This is automation in action […]

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3 areas Enterprises can make use of AI

In my previous blog on ‘Becoming an AI-driven enterprise’, I described IBM’s point of view on a method and a need to scale the ‘Ladder to AI’. Hopefully it helped you derive a better understanding and appreciation for the products that IBM has recently launched – those which will further enhance your Journey to Cloud […]

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Becoming an AI-driven enterprise is easier than you think!

Artificial Intelligence is all too often associated only with futuristic technologies seen in movies or in the news. Yet what many people don’t realize is that technology disruptions have already been influencing our daily lives for more than a decade! As consumers and individuals, we are all too familiar with the ‘art of generating and […]

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Disruption is here.. and so is Think Summit, Mumbai!

disruption: noun: preventing something, especially a system, process, or event, from continuing as usual or as expected. How many of us face this in our daily lives, be it at work or back at home as well? Are we sufficiently prepared for it? Do we build in plans to ride the tide when it comes? […]

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