Muqbil Ahmar

Muqbil Ahmar writes on culture and poetry. He is a writer and theater activist, who wants to bring about harmony and amicability in the present day society. Music, poetry and good food are his passions.

Latest Articles By Muqbil Ahmar

Make in India: Smarter Manufacturing with the Internet of Things (IoT)

IoT-backed smart manufacturing processes aid enterprises predict and fix potentially disruptive snags and problems, thus eventually helping the end user avoid glitches.

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World Environment Day: Modern Technologies like Big Data Can Help Reduce Pollution

Modern technologies can provide rare insights and help in our fight to conserve the environment and reduces mankind’s carbon footprint, provided they are leveraged properly.

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#MakeinIndia: Foreign Tech Manufacturers, Including Chinese & Taiwanese, Bullish on India

The Taiwanese MNC is the world's largest electronic products manufacturer on contract and is the third-largest information technology (IT) company by revenue.

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How Social Media and Enterprise Technology Integration Can Help Businesses?

Corporates have only now started to realize the tremendous potential of social media integration to promote brand awareness and identity, improve internal communications involving partners and clients as well as consumers and vendors.

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#WorldTelecomDay: How Big Data Analytics Can Help the Telecom Sector?

Global research firm Gartner says companies are gathering more data and data science will continue to grow by 800 percent in the coming five years.

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Assessing the Impact of the GST on Startups and SMEs of India

Under current laws, a manufacturer, who has a turnover of less than Rs. 1.50 crore, doesn’t pay any duty.

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India Is A Dangerous Place For Journalists, Says Reporters Sans Frontières Report

According to the report, Norway is the most press tolerating country while North Korea has the dubious distinction of being the worst for journalists.

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Is Automation Killing the IT Industry?

Reportedly, tech major IBM is planning to lay off 5000 employees, while another tech biggie Microsoft may probably cut 2800 jobs. Infosys has also announced 8000–9000 job cuts.

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Wipro Fires 600 Employees: Are H1B Visa Restrictions to Blame?

When news about H-1B visa reforms surfaced, Indian information technology company stocks went into a free fall.

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