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ET Now holds first Cisco Technology Awards

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MUMBAI: India’s premier English business news channel ET Now and worldwide leader in networking Cisco collaborated to hold the first ever Cisco Technology Awards on 30 July 2014. The first edition of these awards aimed at encouraging, recognizing and rewarding those organizations that have displayed a strong technology foundation and are ready to harness a new wave of technology called the ‘Internet of Everything’. This technology works on the simple premise of connecting people, process, data and things. The Internet of Everything has the power to transform the Indian landscape and can really revolutionize the way we live and the way we work.

The event was graced with the presence of State Bank of India Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman and judged by key dignitaries from the world of technology such as Capgemini India CEO Aruna Jayanthi, Narsee Monjee Institute of management Studies information systems area professor and chairman Nilay Yajnik, NASSCOM former president Som Mittal and Advent International operating partner Girish Paranjpe.

Listed below are the winners of the Cisco Technology Awards;

Cisco India and SAARC marketing director Nand Kishore Badami said, “We are very proud to announce the winners of the Cisco Technology Awards. Each winner is a testament to the fact that India is full of innovative companies that are well positioned for the future by embracing the Internet of Everything. The Cisco Technology Awards is another example of how we are partnering with the industry to fully realize the promise of the Internet of Everything.” 

Times Television Network branded content business head Hemant Arora said, “We are proud to have partnered with Cisco to launch the first ever platform to recognize technology and its impact on organizations. Moving towards the future, technology is set to take all of us to the next level through innovations that will transform our lives and surroundings and together we aim to highlight its importance through this partnership.”

In addition to the awards, ET NOW and Cisco have also created a unique television show ‘Internet Of Everything: Tech Talks’. The first two episodes highlighted the importance of Internet Of Everything and how it is helping organizations such as ‘Trident Group’ the largest producer of terry towels in the world, make its process more efficient and cost effective and how ‘Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation’ uses technology to deploy a first of its kind intelligent surveillance system that improves citizen security.

Tune in to catch the telecast of the ‘Cisco Technology Awards’ on 9 August at 7:30 pm & 10t August at 4 pm exclusively on ET Now.

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