Intangible/Invisible Network Obstacles

A Recent Experience
Recently during a POS (proof on site) exercise with a prospective customer, we had to perform a test in which an email client would send mail to a large number of recipients from our cloud email setup and capture performance test results.… Read the rest

Packaged Product Based on OSS Components

The mention of ‘Open Source Software’ conjures up a mixture of thoughts such as:

On a positive note:

  1. Free software
  2. Very reliable, robust and well tested components
  3. Can be modified and used
  4. Selfless developers working on this
  5. Lots of review points before it is released
  6. Mostly each component exposes and operates on open standard and protocols

On a negative note:

  1. Who owns the solution and who will support this?
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Welcome Address by Mr. Tarun Malaviya at 3rd Collaboration Retreat 2012

Following is an abridged version of the speech delivered by Mr. Tarun Malaviya (Co-founder and CEO at Mithi) during 3rd Collaboration Retreat 2012 held in September 2012 at Pune (India). … Read the rest

Keynote address of Mr. Tarun Malaviya in the 1st Collaboration Retreat 2010

[Following is the full text of the speech delivered by Tarun Malaviya (Co-founder and CEO at Mithi)  during Collaboration Retreat 2010]

First of all let me extend a heart felt gratitude to you all for having taken the time out to make it to this retreat.… Read the rest

Business Impact of Email and Collaboration Technologies

In their book – The only Sustainable Advantage Edge, John Hagel III and John Seely Brown talk of deepening the distinctive internal capabilities and mobilizing the resources of other specialized companies through collaboration to build new capabilities and capacity.… Read the rest