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  • Addressing the Integration Challenges in Healthcare: Q&A with Sudhir Kulkarni, President of Digital, Persistent Systems February 8, 2017
    The post below is originally published on Dell Boomi blog on February 7th, 2017 by Nick Mukhar.  Thousands of healthcare technology professionals – from patients, to practitioners to technology providers – are set to gather in Orlando, Fla., later this month for the annual HIMSS conference, the largest and one of the most important healthcare […]
  • Leading Digital Business Automation: New Forrester Report Gives us Something to Crow About! February 1, 2017
    Happy New Year! OK, OK, we come to the last day of the first month of the new year… January is over – how are your resolutions coming along? One of my resolutions is to engage more with all of you. There’s always so much to discuss that sometimes it’s hard to find the time to […]
  • Software Continues to Eat the World January 30, 2017
    Here at Persistent, we talk a lot about the software-driven world. To us it seems obvious – the role of big data analytics combined with the easy-to-use interfaces we are now familiar with from social media and gaming apps. But it’s probably worth stepping back for a moment to think about how the software-driven world […]
  • YOUser Centricity January 27, 2017
    The ‘Object Oriented’ revolution driven by the UML (Unified Modeling Language) at the start of the 21st century (so, so long ago) first positioned people at the center of the software development universe. Until then, the data-centric approach to software or Information Engineering from the last decade of the 20th century (antiquity!), required users to […]
  • A New Kind of Commute – Data Architecture in the Cloud January 25, 2017
    Before I get into the technical aspects of this post, a quick observation about life in Pune. I grew up there and I love it. Not that long ago, the city was relatively small (by India standards) and everyone wanted to work in the exciting heart of it; downtown was where all the action was. […]
  • Taking security to the bank – moving money without getting ambushed January 17, 2017
    When it comes to scientific research, sometimes the debate is, “Just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD.” In the future, it may be possible to genetically engineer a two-headed combination between a grizzly bear and a mongoose, as a substitute for a guard dog. But this is a horrifying notion, and besides, I think […]
  • Can Google Win the Cloud War? January 13, 2017
    Hard to imagine Google as the David, but this might just be a David versus Goliath matchup. Everyone starting projects in 2017 continues to assess the most appropriate cloud platform on which to work. Historically, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure have been the default choices. But in 2017, we think we’ll be seeing […]
  • “Life is more fun if you play games,” Roald Dahl January 11, 2017
    Famed children’s author Roald Dahl was onto something when he said this, and the new wave of smart cities is taking its lead from this concept too. There’s a certain pain and pleasure to city living – usually it means a vibrant, stimulating place to live, often with numerous services to serve a large, diverse […]
  • Unblocking the Blockchain Potential January 10, 2017
    Wow. After years of being a little known foundation for Bitcoin, blockchain finally appears to be going mainstream with a slew of mentions in news feeds over the past few weeks. It’s a topic close to our heart, especially with our work around government-related digital transformation and the financial aspects related to payment and charges. […]
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