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Experts to address storage summit
A NUMBER of global authorities in storage networking architecture and deployments will participate as speakers and tutorial authorities at the Storage Networking Summit to be held in the city from December 3-5. According to an official release, ... More

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


DoT proposes to slash number of STD codes
IN a move that will simplify the clutter of STD codes numbering 2,645 across the country, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) proposes to slash them to just 322. According to official sources, while this will not make much of a ... More

Telecom gear exports touch Rs 500 cr: ESC
TELECOM equipment exports to the US and Canada are estimated to have surged by 10 times to Rs 132 crore in 2002-03, from Rs 13 crore a year ago, even as total exports of the sector touched Rs 500 crore from Rs 150 crore in 2001-02, according to ... More

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    SOFTWARE


    Virtusa shares its experiences on `productisation'
    THERE is a paradigm shift in enterprise software development with new methodologies and processes aimed at bringing in greater efficiencies in productisation, according to Virtusa Corporation, the US-based software development and IT services ... More

    Digitisation, big boost to Web applications
    BODHTREE Consulting Ltd has drawn up plans to leverage its Web services technology competency in areas such as e-governance while laying special emphasis on content e-enablement applications. The content e-enablement solutions are targeted at ... More

    INTERNET


    Health awareness at a click
    Today the Internet provides lucid and detailed medical information, helping patients to make informed decisions and the doctor need not be the final authority on any illness. But the Net has its own disadvantages in this area. More

    HUMAN RESOURCES


    Breath of fresh air to destress ITES staff
    Companies too, are encouraging their employees to take up such programmes as work-related stress is seen asa major reason for the large-scale attrition in the ITES industry. More

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    Jaswant urges industry to build on strong economy


    SEs must marginalise ad hoc solutions

    Plan to withdraw volume discount scheme — TAMP gives Kochi port green signal

    TN layer poultry sector basking in export boom

    Telecom gear exports touch Rs 500 cr: ESC

    In Focus
    Rising intolerance
    (The Hindu)
    Vaishnavaite Temples in Tamil Nadu
    (The Hindu)
    Saivite Temples in Tamil Nadu
    (The Hindu)
    A Tribute to Semmangudi
    (The Hindu)
    Organic farming
    In Chennai
    The Cable tangle
    Telecom Competition
    Oil PSUs: Disinvestment dilemma
    In Depth
    Swati CA
    In Kashmir
    Simple Economics
    Slowburn
    Tax Talk
    NRIs & Investment Avenues
    Corporate Governance
    Iraq Diary

    Looking back
    Nov. 16-Nov. 22
    IT exports up 35% in first half, says ESC

    Pvt basic operators escape village phone targets — Unified licence bypasses obligations

    IBM, i-flex in global tie-up

    Dreadful e-bombs are more sci than fi


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