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Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
IT Professional | Year: 2017

IT Professional's editor in chief San Murugesan takes a look at the year ahead for IT Pro. He describes upcoming special issues, departments, and conferences that will be of use to IT Pro's readership. © 2017 IEEE.


Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
IT Professional | Year: 2013

African software developers are creating and embracing mobile technologies, cloud com-puting, and social media to address their needs in many areas, including banking, informa-tion gathering, farming, healthcare, and education and training. However, in developing such apps, software developers face harsh realities in Africa in terms of the mobile phones and services people can afford and limitations in bandwidth, coverage, and electric power. Learn how developers are overcoming such limitations. © 2013 IEEE.


Kshetri N.,University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
Computer | Year: 2013

To leverage the cloud's power, EU authorities must revisit policies related to various types of personal data and their associated privacy risks. © 1970-2012 IEEE.


Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
Computer | Year: 2013

Cloud computing is more than just another IT platform shift-it will transform not only the IT industry, but every sector of society. © 1970-2012 IEEE.


Kshetri N.,University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
Computer | Year: 2013

To secure information systems and protect vital national and global infrastructure, IT professionals need to understand key elements of national cybersecurity strategies and their impact and coordinate their efforts at local, national, and global levels. © 2013 IEEE.


Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
IT Professional | Year: 2011

Cloud computing offer businesses and individual access to advanced IT infrastructures and applications that might otherwise be out of their reach. Cloud computing can be applied to a range of areas, including e-commerce, education, healthcare, governance, telecommuting, community building, and emergency response. Taiwan, China, and India are making huge investments in cloud computing and are looking for support in the form of foreign investments in cloud computing services and joint projects with other nations. Multinational companies are establishing cloud and data centers and promoting clouds in emerging regions, adopting unique approaches to address the regions' specific needs. To successfully use and benefit from clouds, an enterprise must prepare itself strategically, culturally, and organizationally, taking a holistic view of cloud computing. Future Group, India's largest retailer, is also using cloud computing to support data warehousing and analytics for its chains of retail stores.


Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
IT Professional | Year: 2011

Steve Jobs, redefined the IT user experience, creating products and services loved by millions around the world. Though he had no training in programming or computer science, he transformed the way people use information technology. He went against mainstream thinking and followed his intuition and instinct. He was brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, and talented enough to do it. Jobs turned Apple, on the brink of bankruptcy in 1997, into world's most-valued technology company. He created a new ecosystem that integrates the devices that his company sells with applications and services, driving other companies to follow suit. He built systems encompassing hardware and software, closely aligning the device's operating environment with the device itself to optimize system performance, to the benefit, and relief, of customers. Jobs had an uncanny ability to foresee and define trends in computers and consumer electronics, and he led the market with must have products.


Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
IT Professional | Year: 2015

As an IT professional, you're expected to develop creative IT-enabled solutions, harnessing ongoing advances and trends in IT to address problems facing society. You should always be looking toward the future - what might happen in the next five to 10 years, and what actions can you take now to prepare for this future? You should look for points of potential disruption - what will change 'business as usual'? You must stay abreast of advances in IT, emerging novel applications, new challenges and issues, and potential opportunities. IT Pro will be of value to you in meeting these demands and expectations and in succeeding as a reputable IT professional. This Web Extra provides a list of those who acted as reviewers for IT Professional in 2014. We thank them for making volume 16 possible. © 1999-2012 IEEE.


Unhelkar B.,MethodScience | Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
IT Professional | Year: 2010

Enterprises face several challenges in deploying mobile applications, emanating from features such as location independence, contextualization, and personalization. The six-layer enterprise Mobile Applications Development Framework offers a systematic and comprehensive solution to mobile application development and maintenance. © 2006 IEEE.


Lee M.R.,Shih Chien University | Murugesan S.,BRITE Professional Services
IT Professional | Year: 2015

In July, COMPSAC 2015 held a symposium on IT in Practice (ITiP) that aimed to serve the interests and needs of IT practitioners, application developers, IT managers, and CXOs from business, industry, and government, as well as academics and researchers. The symposium presented an interactive forum for sharing and gaining valuable insights and for actively engaging with peers worldwide. This article provides some highlights from the ITiP symposium. © 1999-2012 IEEE.

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