Last week, we asked you to vote for your favourite techies. The voting process is over and the response has been amazing. We had profiled techies from various fields and demographics who went on to achieve different things in life. It was very difficult for us to choose one techie from the list of over 40 we had profiled this year. But, based on the votes received, we bring you the top three techies who were close to the hearts of our readers and also three stories handpicked by our editors. Continue reading “Feature (YourStory.com): [Techie Tuesdays] Your favourite Indian techies of 2015, voted by you”
A startling revelation by the Unified District Information System for Education once again showed the shambles in which the Indian education is. Maharashtra, as an example, has a whopping one lakh teachers with the highest qualification of just Class X. If this is the condition in what is regarded by some as the most developed State in the country, one shudders to think how it is in the less developed and remote areas of the country. Continue reading “Article (YourStory.com) – Teachers, tablets and technology: what India’s education truly needs”
In the last five years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has been a topic of great discussion, speculation, prediction and a lot of hype. The IoT market consistently grew in 2015 and 2016 and is expected to continue its growth through 2020. While the research firm Gartner has a conservative estimate projecting a growth of 20.8 billion connected by 2020, Cisco’s estimate posts a figure at a whopping 50 billion with the scope of connections including tires, roads, supermarket shelves and even cattle. Continue reading “Top 5 Capabilities that IoT Providers Can’t Do Without”
What if your office could talk to you?
Imagine an office that could help you remember all the things that you needed to do during the day or week, highlighted the important client meetings happening mid-week or even notified you of an important conference call. Continue reading “Article (CMSWire.com) – The IoT is Revolutionizing Your Workplace”
DUBLIN, IRELAND–(Marketwired – Mar 8, 2016) – At GESS 2016, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between Sharp Middle East and U.S.-based Mobiliya. The MOU will enable both companies the means to offer world class solutions to teachers, students and parents in schools and universities.
Educational institutions who install Sharp’s intelligent touch boards or digital display monitors, can benefit from Mobiliya’s Edvelop — a comprehensive digital classroom learning platform, available for educators, Continue reading “Press Release (Yahoo Finance): Sharp Middle East Partners With Mobiliya to Offer a Comprehensive End-to-End Solution to Educational Institutions”
To make learning truly futuristic in India and prepare a future ready workforce, we need to give students a collaborative learning environment. Continue reading “Why Transforming Classrooms Into Collaboration Rooms Can Make A Big Difference”
Every year at MWC in Barcelona, we visit as many of our exhibiting members as possible to catch up with their latest news and announcements, get their views on how the mobile ecosystem has evolved in the past year, and where they see it going in the future. This week meet three companies from across our diverse global membership, AVG Technologies, Mobiliya and VUMobile.
MOBILIYA – KRISH KUPATHIL, CEO
Mobiliya Edvelop at Microsoft Future Unleashed 2015, at the Nesco Convention Centre, Mumbai, 5-6th November 2015
Today’s workforce relies on mobile devices and enterprise-ready apps, but devices and apps are not always up to the task. A new partnership aims to go above and beyond standard, consumer-grade capabilities to offer businesses the most rugged hardware paired with highly manageable and secure software. Continue reading “Article (ConnectedWorld.com): New Rugged Mobile Solution for Enterprise”