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Wednesday, November 06, 2002
Up hill and down dale
The sheer numbers and spread of the public-sector telecom heavyweights don't sound the right note for competition, say private telecom companies, especially if these giants get into business in earnest. The question is: How far does one go on uneven turf? More
BSNL, MTNL numbers to be prefixed with `2'
Satyam Computer attracts FII interest
THE stock of frontline tech company Satyam Computer attracted considerable interest on the bourses today, recording significant volumes in a relatively flat market, and ending among the top gainers at the day's close. According market watchers, ... More
Sierra solution for Agile suite
SIERRA Atlantic, Inc, the application networks company, having a development centre at Hyderabad, on Tuesday announced the release of its Supply Chain Management Network (SCMnet) that helps in product lifecycle management. The SCMnet ... More
`SMEs see increase in turnover with IT usage'
Wipro books space in Gujarat ITES facility
Future vision Future...
The computer is getting more and more user-friendly for visually-impaired surfers. More
Individuals dominate software patenting
WHAT do you think is common to these Indian software professionals - Ashish Belagali, Columbus Sivashunmugam, Kakarla Satyanarayan and Amit Jaipuria? Might not easily ring a bell, but they are among the large group of individuals who have ... More
Offshoring still to gain currency SMEs in US, potential source for Indian cos
OUTSOURCING to India by the Fortune 500 is no longer news. Almost every one of them is in some stage or the other of doing it. What is still untapped is the $27 billion of business from the small and medium enterprises in the US, to whom the ... More
E-COMMERCE & E-BUSINESS
A manufacturing organisation spends anything between 50 and 55 paise of every rupee on purchase of direct materials. It's time to cut costs. More
JP Mobile new server for mobile applications
JP Mobile Inc, a software provider for handheld devices, on Tuesday announced the launch of its SureWave Enterprise Server 3.0 that gives enterprises flexibility to extend applications to their field workers on the move. The solution provides ... More
Turning in an effective e-government
"This generation will be the last to tolerate standing in line; the next generation will expect to be online." Douglas Holmes E-GOVERNMENT refers to efforts to use the Internet, especially the World Wide Web, to deliver ... More
SOCIETY & DEVELOPMENT
Bill Gates thrust this time is healthcare
THIS time, it's philanthropy and not business that is high on Mr Bill Gates' agenda when he comes to India. During his November 11-14 visit to the country, Mr Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation, will announce a ... More
Got the staying power?
Starting up is easy but surviving and getting the better of competition is another story, like this one. More
NEW PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Citrix launches software for virtual meetings
CITRIX Systems Inc has announced the launch of a new product that gives users `application sharing capabilities'. In other words, people from one organisation, sitting in different places (say, different cities) can open their computers and ... More
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Reflecting the shifting trends in IT
`e-com tax policy must be in line with global practices'
Kalam sets young dreams soaring
e-governance, the next happening thing
`IT cos need skills to retain customers'
Pressure on margins of tech biggies seen
BangaloreIT.Com now SMEs floor as biggies keep off
`Multimedia opens up new job opportunities'
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