Poojitha Jayadevan

Staff Writer

Poojitha Jayadevan writes for Computerworld India and CIO India.

CIO profile: Hara Prasad Kar’s career in communications

How ACT digitally transformed its sales and support teams

How ACT digitally transformed its sales and support teams

The Indian telecom was mired in manual processes that simply didn’t scale. So ACT took a stepwise approach to digitalise its sales cycle, then its field systems.

CIO profile: Irshad Saifi on embracing fresh challenges every day

CIO profile: Irshad Saifi on embracing fresh challenges every day

CIOs should never put off to tomorrow a challenge they can face today, says the chief information and digital officer of law firm Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co.

Yotta’s Peerzade: The journey from cloud consumer to cloud creator

Yotta’s Peerzade: The journey from cloud consumer to cloud creator

Sayed Peerzade talks about what it took to become a CIO, and what he’s planning next.

8 hot Indian fintechs for the CIO watchlist

8 hot Indian fintechs for the CIO watchlist

Efficient offerings across payments, lending, broking, insurance, and wealth management have radically transformed the Indian fintech market in the past five years.

LogiCloud scales up its IoT data processing capacity 100x in the cloud

LogiCloud scales up its IoT data processing capacity 100x in the cloud

When business is booming, capacity problems are looming: Success in recruiting new customers created a challenge for the WebXpress IT team.

Varanasi upgrades city administration with GIS technology

Varanasi upgrades city administration with GIS technology

Built to manage the heritage city’s traffic, waste, and lighting, the smart city control center played an unexpected role in battling the COVID pandemic.

H-1B visas are once again open to Indian IT workers

H-1B visas are once again open to Indian IT workers

The US government has reversed regulatory changes that would have narrowed the definition of the H-1B visa program. It comes as a relief for its major beneficiaries, Indian IT workers.

Uber India builds virtual support system for drivers

Uber India builds virtual support system for drivers

Uber shut some of its Greenlight Hubs in India when the pandemic hit, redirecting drivers seeking help from these physical support centers to the cloud instead.

Notebooks are the stars as Indian desktop PC sales fall by a third

Notebooks are the stars as Indian desktop PC sales fall by a third

PC sales declined 6.4% in India in 2020 — but desktop and notebook numbers tell vastly different stories.

How Sutherland virtualized its clean-desk policy

How Sutherland virtualized its clean-desk policy

The business process outsourcing company developed a robust security solution using AI, cloud, RPA, and other security technologies to monitor the activities of staff as they deal with sensitive client information.

What India’s geospatial data liberalization means for mapping innovators

What India’s geospatial data liberalization means for mapping innovators

Enterprises can now create and manipulate mapping data without waiting for government authorisation.

Load More