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The Economic Survey recommended that the government open up Internet telephony and bundle together Internet access and telephone. Roopinder Singh discusses the concept, its technology and implications. ILLUSTRATION BY GAURAV SOOD
 

Tips for Microsoft Excel
by Vipul Verma
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ICROSOFT Excel (MS Excel) is a. versatile and extremely useful part of MS Office. However, a majority of persons are not able to make full use of this program, as they are not aware of either its full features or uses. Using some important tips and tricks can add a lot of value to Excel.

Servicing US clients via India
by Sumesh Raizada
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S the mankind progresses, life is getting more busy and scientific. People, especially in big cities, want to utilise their time more productively and qualitatively. Several enterprises are now coming out with ways and means to provide immediate assistance to their customers, in order to generate more business.

Vortal for IT-job aspirants
by Peeyush Agnihotri
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T is the latest buzzword. Companies are relying on it and placement agencies are thriving on it. There is a mad scramble for IT-related courses and immigration agencies and manpower bureaux are clamouring to send IT professionals abroad, making a fast buck themselves too.

Apple unveils PowerBook G4
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PPLE has launched a Titanium Powerbook G4 featuring PowerPC G4 processors with velocity engine running up to 500 MHz, a 15.2-inch (diagonal) mega-wide display, slot-loading DVD drive and 5 hour battery all in one-inch thick Titanium enclosure weighing 5.3 pounds.

Giants woo Indian IT specialists
by Gagan Deep

The Indian IT industry grossed $ 5.7 billion last year, a 53 per cent increase in 1999. And, says the National Association of Software and Service Companies in India (Nasscom), 2001 looks set to be another boom year.

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