Muqbil Ahmar Techl Guru

Muqbil is India's #1 LinkedIn Top Voice 2017. He is a tech evangelist, environmentalist, women's rights advocate, editor, and founder of He is an experienced broadcast and print journalist with a demonstrated history of operating in the media industry. His main area of interest are social issues, tech, economy, economy, films and arts & culture. Muqbil holds a master of arts (M.A.) and PGDM in broadcast journalism from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication.


Internet of Things Is at the Core of Digital Transformation

What is digital? There is no consistent definition. Everybody is viewing digital in a different way these days. For some people, it may mean putting up a website. Some of the ecommerce companies and firms think that they are digital. However, the question is: are they truly digital? Many experts believe that they are not truly digital technologies. These are rather bread and butter technologies as they do not have basic competitive differentiators.


Importance of Hyper Converged Infrastructure

As the technology landscape evolves fast, enterprises are increasingly moving to the cloud. The new technology presents one of the biggest industry disruptions in years. And CIOs need to get their heads in the cloud in order to help their company safely and successfully navigate their digital journey. Batlivala & Karani Securities, a leading financial research and advisory firm, migrated its traditional IT to hyper converged infrastructure. Muqbil Ahmar, Executive Editor, DynamicCIO speaks with Mukesh Mehta, CTO, Batlivala & Karani Securities on the latter’s disruptive digital journey and the migration of legacy IT to converged infrastructure.


Digital Transformation in Forging Industry

Digital Transformation in Action


India Faces Massive Water Crisis in the Next 10 Years

India’s water sources are dwindling. The depletion has caused droughts and worsened the agrarian situation in Maharashtra and Northern Karnataka, the two worst parts hit by the water crisis. Large parts of Karnataka, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Madhya Pradesh are ranked over withdrawal areas. The demand exceeds 100 percent of availability.


Union Budget 2018: India Must Focus on Clean Tech

India must continue to focus on developing and enhancing clean technology and renewable sources of energy as well as commit to measures to encourage its use, if it has to meet its obligations under the Paris Climate Accord on emission cuts. Moreover, the Union Budget 2018 is the appropriate time if India plans to realize its commitment to install 175 GW of renewable energy of which there should be 100 GW of solar power.