Europe Workload Scheduling Software Industry 2016

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7 Analysis of Workload Scheduling Software Industry Key Manufacturers
7.1 BMC Software
7.1.1 Company Profile
7.1.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.1.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.1.4 Contact Information

7.2 CA Technologies
7.2.1 Company Profile
7.2.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.2.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.2.4 Contact Information

7.3 IBM
7.3.1 Company Profile
7.3.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.3.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.3.4 Contact Information

7.4 VMWare
7.4.1 Company Profile
7.4.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.4.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.4.4 Contact Information

7.5 Adaptive Computing
7.5.1 Company Profile
7.5.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.5.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.5.4 Contact Information

7.6 ASG
7.6.1 Company Profile
7.6.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.6.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.6.4 Contact Information

7.7 Cisco Systems
7.7.1 Company Profile
7.7.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.7.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.7.4 Contact Information

7.8 Dell
7.8.1 Company Profile
7.8.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.8.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.8.4 Contact Information

7.9 Egenera
7.9.1 Company Profile
7.9.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.9.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.9.4 Contact Information

7.10 Hitachi
7.10.1 Company Profile
7.10.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.10.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.10.4 Contact Information

7.11 ManageIQ (RedHat)
7.11.1 Company Profile
7.11.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.11.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.11.4 Contact Information

7.12 Micro Focus
7.12.1 Company Profile
7.12.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.12.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.12.4 Contact Information

7.13 Microsoft
7.13.1 Company Profile
7.13.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.13.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.13.4 Contact Information

7.14 Stone Branch
7.14.1 Company Profile
7.14.2 Product Picture and Specifications Type I Type II Type III
7.14.3 Capacity, Production, Price, Cost, Gross and Revenue
7.14.4 Contact Information

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Cloud Market In Healthcare technologies Market Forecast And opportunities Trends, Size, Drivers 2015 – 2021 – Acute Market Reports

Healthcare sector is one of the most dynamic sectors. Healthcare companies are looking to integrate and adopt IT to achieve greater business agility by increasing adaptability and achieving cost efficiency to enable focus on consumer needs and patient care.

As consumers become tech savvy they demand a higher level of interaction – such as instant online access to information, products and services through their desktops and mobile devices. However, the traditional IT systems are struggling to meet these challenges and increase system effectiveness.

Cloud companies can exploit these opportunities in the healthcare sector. For instance, a recent development is cloud-based medical imaging and information management solutions that enable healthcare professionals to view and interpret patient images such as X-rays, CT scans, and MRI scans simultaneously.

This significantly reduces the long-term technology cost and increases the speed of patient care management.

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3.1. Market Definitions
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3.2.1. Healthcare is shifting from general to personal
3.2.2. Investments to soar in healthcare IT
3.2.3. SaaS-based cloud services are soaring
3.2.4. Hybrid cloud is the future in healthcare
3.2.5. Growing Wearable devices market drive the adoption of cloud in healthcare
3.2.6. Healthcare IT as a Service (HITaaS) will be in more demand
3.3. Key Buying Criteria
3.3.1. Compliance with government regulations
3.3.2. Cost contribution to finance
3.3.3. Privacy and security concerns
3.3.4. Requirement of data storage capacity
3.3.5. Stability of service provider
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5.2.2. Innovation fueling growth in cloud healthcare
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Wipro to begin quarterly appraisal system

India’s third-largest software exporter Wipro rolled out an ambitious pilot exercise where it ditched its traditional ‘bell curve’ appraisal system for a large majority of its 170,000-odd employees.

The trigger for this exercise was clear. Employees, mid-level executives and top managers needed to be more accountable for the company’s performance, which in recent years has lagged larger peers such as Infosys, TCS and Cognizant.

Wipro is now in the process of implementing a new evaluation system where feedback will be more frequent and quarterly, as opposed to a one-time annual process.

“Traditionally, we’ve looked at elements including bell curves, building differentiation, categorization, etc. We wanted to make the process of giving feedback more frequent and our performance management system to be an ongoing coaching-based process than just a one-time annual exercise,” said Saurabh Govil, chief human resources officer at Wipro, in an interview.

Source: PTI

Kris Gopalakrishnan to back crowdsourced software testing startup 99Tests

Infosys co-founder and its former CEO, Kris Gopalakrishnan and other individual investors are in the final stages of investing in Bangalore-based startup NinetyNine Tests Software Pvt Ltd, which runs an online community offering crowdsourced software testing services, sources privy to the development said.

Founded by Praveen Singh in 2010, it provides on-demand access to freelance software testers. 99Tests claims it has over 12,000 testers across the world on its platform and has served testing needs of various companies including consumer internet companies such as Flipkart, Practo, Cleartrip, Ibibo, Foodpanda, BlueStone and a few US-based companies including Ennovent and NetConference.

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When contacted, 99Tests founder & CEO, Singh, said: “We are about to close this round with funding from Kris Gopalakrishnan and a Japanese investor.” He decline to share the funding amount or the name of the other investors.

Praveen Singh, who was part of VMLogix, the company founded by serial entrepreneur and investor Ravi Gururaj, left the firm when it was acquired by Citrix in 2010 and started working on his own software testing venture. He was later joined by Naveen Kumar, an IIT Mumbai graduate who worked briefly with SAP and ran his own startup Foodtang.

After stepping down from Infosys board last year, Gopalakrishnan who along with his wife and daughter owns shares worth Rs 8,492 crore ($1.3 billion) as on date, has invested in handful of startups besides promoting scientific research and entrepreneurship activities.

He has also invested in Freshworld, a Bangalore-based farm-to-fork fruit and vegetable delivery startup; JetSynthesys, a digital technology business and Uniphore Software Systems, a Chennai-based speech recognition solutions company.

Gopalakrishnan recently gave away Rs 30 crore to set up three brain research chairs in Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore) and is involved in startup mentoring activities in Bangalore, Kerala and Visakhapatnam.


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The Multi-Goal Magic Of Split Testing Software

Imagine a page with 158 different links on it. This page is critical to your sales funnel, but with so many links, there are thousands of paths your visitors could find. Some links go to new pages. Some go to other parts of the page. Some open overlays. What’s an optimizer to do?

This is a daunting, if not impossible, task to instrument using traditional analytics tools like Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics. Click-tracking “heatmap” tools will tell you where visitors are clicking, but they have limited abilities to segment traffic, and they don’t handle overlays or fly-out menus well.

The solution? Consider using a split testing tool.

By setting click goals during our split tests, we were able to get a very clear picture of where visitors were clicking on this complex page. We were able to discern the language that activated visitors’ left mouse button and moved them closer to converting.

These insights shaped our choice of language to test and guided us to those pages most likely to influence conversions.

Testing Tools: They’re Not Just For Breakfast Anymore

Split tests are studies of what works on your website. By “works,” we mean generates more revenue, more leads, or more subscribers.

Properly set up, split tests are also good at answering the question, “Why?” Why did a certain treatment succeed or fail? What kinds of visitors made it through to the ultimate goal?

We often portray split testing as something different from studying analytics data. It really isn’t — it is a way of collecting additional data. This data is comparative and quantitative. It controls for the “history effect,” that is, things that change over time. In short, it is some of the most reliable data you can gather.

While you may see the primary job of split testing software as directing traffic to different versions of a page, don’t overlook the intricate and flexible tracking capabilities built into it.

When Analytics Let You Down

It’s somewhat unreasonable to ask a data analyst to anticipate all of the questions you might ask about your website and design data collection strategies for them. At the very least, it’s expensive.

Split testing tools provide a way to instrument paths and funnels with amazing accuracy. In fact, we have run split tests with no split just to collect data on visitors. The targeting is sophisticated.

Lighting Up Your Funnels

Developers make choices that confound optimizers. Often, we will encounter a multiple-step cart or registration process for which the URL never changes. In a traditional analytics setup, this makes the funnel invisible. However, your split-testing tool can see it.

In one example, we selected elements unique to each page in a signup process and tracked clicks on them. This indicated that the visitor had come to the page and continued entering data.


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Amazing to see Bengalureans’ unfettered ambitions: NetApp CEO George Kurian

BENGALURU: Last month, George Kurian was appointed CEO of the $6-billion, US-based computer storage and data management company NetApp.

Remarkably, this came within six months of his twin brother Thomas Kurian being appointed president at Oracle. The identical twins, part of four siblings, grew up in Bengaluru, studied at St Joseph’s Boys High School, got into IIT Madras and Princeton University, US.

Both then had phenomenally successful careers. In his first interview since taking over as CEO, Kurian talks about Bengaluru and NetApp, which has one of its biggest R&D centres in the city.

What recollections of Bengaluru do you have from the time you were growing up here?
I grew up in Bengaluru when it was a much smaller and less busy town. We lived in a small house on Church Street. I have very fond memories of my time. Bengaluru was a walkable place, and we used to walk around a lot of central Bengaluru.

What do you recollect of Thomas and you as twins? Heard you played pranks on others, like pretending to be the other.
(Laughs) You know twins are best friends and I had a best friend growing up. It has always been an important source of confidence, important source of being able to share both your problems and success with somebody who knows you from the time you were very little. We have been very close our entire life.

There is so much common between Thomas’ and your life – your interests, your careers. You seem to be twins in every way.
(Laughs) Thomas and I did a lot of things together, shared interests and differences. But I think the common things we have drawn for our own selves, and the way our parents brought us up, the experiences we have had, have been great sources of strength to me.

You said you had some different interests. What were those?
He and I do have some different interests. We are individuals as well as twins, right! I would just say the important thing is that you recognize what makes each individual special and also recognize that a group of brothers is stronger than each one on his own. That’s how our parents brought us up.

Even in St. Joseph’s it was pretty much the same thing. It was a Catholic School and the priest there recognized each boy for what made the boy unique and also infused common shared values, sense of team work and fraternity that made us who we are. St. Joseph’s had the saying ‘faith and toil’, which is embedded in all graduates from that place.

What do you think of Bengaluru now?
It has been an incredible experience to see the change. When I graduated in 1990, Bangalore was just at the corner of making its great leap forward. And for the last 20 years, during repeated trips to Bengaluru for both professional and personal reasons, it has been amazing to see the growth. I think the sense of opportunity and the sense of being unfettered by any restriction on dreams and ambitions, that is something really refreshing to see.

As CEO, what are the mandates from the company?
As you progress in your career, the leadership role that you play is essentially to bring groups of people together to do an amazing thing. A CEO’s role is sort of an extension of that to its ultimate form, where you are leading a highly cross-functional team of folks to deliver great outcomes for the customer.

In terms of our strategy, the focus continues to be on flash media and hybrid cloud architectures. What you will see from me is laser focus in terms of executing against those capabilities, bringing those products to market, and working with our global partner ecosystem and go to market team to take those capabilities and allow customers to build competitive advantage from them.

In your vision, where does India fit in?
India is both a dynamic market for us and a source of invaluable engineering talent. Clearly, we would not be building a campus (in Bengaluru) if we didn’t have the aspirations for India to be a cornerstone of our engineering organization.

Source: PTI

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