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New Year Resolutions

Updated on: Dec 27, 2012
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From being regular in gym to spending more time for photography, honchos of IT firms share their New Year Resolutions and Expectations for 2013

Debjani Ghosh, Managing Director - South Asia, Intel

Since I fail miserably in keeping personal resolutions, have stopped making them. But would like to travel across India in 2013 and get to know the real India. For Intel, 2013 will be the year to ‘walk the talk’ when it comes to enabling the vision set by the national IT Policy of making at least one person per HH digitally literate by 2020. I do believe that this is a game changing vision that can bring about much needed citizen empowerment and inclusive growth in the country. I would like to see Intel making a real difference with our programs and education initiatives and use our investment in the country to drive transformations that can be scaledHaving low cost devices is just one piece of the giant puzzle. You need a comprehensive IT plan that addresses relevance, access and cost. And that is the one thing I want to see in 2013.

Arvind Thakur, CEO, NIIT Tech

My New Year resolution is to be regular in the gym. I would definitely like 2013 overcoming to economic uncertainty in the world.

Pranav Roach – President, Hughes Network Systems

My New Year resolution is for Hughes to continue dominating the Indian VSAT market. To enable this, I would like to focus more on delighting existing customers while simultaneously forging new partnerships that help expand our reach and scope with new customers across geographies and industry domains. India’s true potential of economic growth can only be realized when the digital divide is completely bridged. I would like to see the Indian government embrace the opportunities offered by the private satellite industry, to make India’s rural and enterprise broadband story one of empowerment and growth.

Rajesh Janey, President, EMC India & SAARC

My New Year resolution is to be able to spend time on photography. I would like to see Direct Cash Transfers Scheme start delivering the targeted benefits in 2013

Rajiv Srivastava, VP and GM, Printing and Personal Systems, HP – India

In the New Year and going forward, we are committed to deliver a very differentiated and elevated consumer experience through a complete portfolio of innovative computing solutions that support mobility and let users create, share and consume rich content on the go, regardless of where they are. While touch-enabled, thin & light, long battery life notebooks will be a major growth driver for PC adoption in 2013 and onwards for both the consumer and commercial customers, hybrids that combine the functionality of a notebook and convenience of a tablet in a single device will open up a whole new category.

Published on December 27, 2012
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