Blogs

18 Oct

Our vision for our customers

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Recently someone asked me what was my vision for my customer. The spontaneous answer that came out was ‘we want to help our customers to transform their business by leveraging cloud computing and our consulting services’ Increasingly we realize that, embracing cloud computing is not an option anymore for the businesses, question for businesses is not WHY cloud computing, it is simply HOW do we leverage it. We say this because of the simple fact that through cloud computing you are […]

Ashnik Team

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20 Sep

What’s new at Ashnik : Sept 2012

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In September 2012, Ashnik completed 3 years of its journey and relationship with its customers and partners. From the entrepreneurship point of view first 3 years are very critical where mortality rate is very high. We are glad that we are alive and thriving. What has kept us going? Most importantly, it is our customers and relationships with partners that ensured economic survival. Along with that, our strong desire to bring great open source and cloud based solutions to help our […]

Ashnik Team

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27 Jun

Enterprise IT…. Follow on post

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Few weeks back I wrote about key trends in Enterprise IT. Today’s post in Business Insider titled ‘The 50 Most Powerful People In Enterprise Tech’ has very similar tone as I had said. “Consumer tech gets most of the attention but enterprise tech is really the stuff that’s changing the world. It is changing the way you work, the way you find a job, even the kind of jobs available. Plus, it’s enriching investors. Where Facebook’s IPO was a mess, enterprise […]

Ashnik Team

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Jun
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30 May

Is Enterprise IT getting boring?

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Not just the IT world, but 800 million average users were glued to the news about Facebook IPO in past few days. Now a days the talks, blogs and news are more about the social media, mobile apps and mobile phones. Particularly few big names Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter have become so common in the IT industry. It is almost like, “does any one care about the traditional IT or about the real IT systems that power these ‘shiny’ trends? “ […]

Ashnik Team

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May
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1 May

What would Singapore gain through OSS

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Note : This post was first written on Sachin Dabir’s personal blog. One of the key issues why open source software has not taken roots in Singapore is the mismatch in messaging and perception in what open source offers. Though innovation is the key message as the benefit of open source software, the more dominant message that persist in the country regarding OSS is cost saving. In the society and nation like Singapore where there is abundance of economic wealth and […]

Sachin Dabir | Founder & Director, Ashnik

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May
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