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The party is over for the software professionals who went to the USA. This is the dark cloud that is being seen by all, but what is being missed is the proverbial silver lining in the form of opportunity for the Indian IT industry, says Naveen S. Garewal. All that needs to be done is to
Beat the hangover



Learn the game from her
by Peeyush Agnihotri

woman entrepreneur in the field of IT is no longer an out-of-the-world phenomenon. However, if she is able to sustain 100 per cent annual growth in sales revenue, despite the US slowdown, recession and dot.com bust, she certainly deserves a special mention. One woman making the headlines is Kalpa Shah, who, going by the "sixth sense," preferred to leave the USA to start operations from India.

Boost your PC’s performance
by Vipul Verma
ID you ever wonder why do two computers with the same hardware configuration and operating system perform differently? Well, every person would have his own logic to discern between the two. Some persons might say that the difference in speed could be due to its usability while others may conclude that it is so because one computer is an assembled one and the other branded. You may reach numerous ‘conclusions.

DE Network
ESIGN Expo Network Pvt Ltd (DE Network), a company that provides integrated e-mail and messaging solutions to the online business around the world, has geared up to increase its market share in India and abroad.

Manage data down the supply chain
by Sumesh Raizada
HE market today is neither monopolistic nor oligopolistic. Earlier, suppliers or manufacturers dictated the market terms and the attitude was ‘take it or leave it’. However with the liberalisation of economy, market became exposed to MNCs, which were more professionally managed and technically advanced.

Birdsongs hit mobile phone users
OVE over Ricky Martin and Britney Spears, mobile phone aficionados in Finland have spotted a new sound to groove to — birdsong.

Digital divide wider than rich-poor gap
by Radhakrishna Rao
APID strides and stunning refinements in information and communications technologies are at the root of the ongoing digital revolution that has changed the way we live and perceive things as never envisaged before. Undoubtedly, all-pervading, multi-faceted digital revolution symbolising an effective convergence of technologies has helped boost trade and commerce, improve the standards of health and literacy besides widening the circle of democracy and empowering the individual.

Casting Web on ‘living fossil’ fish
by Ed Stoddard
HE Paleozoic era met the Internet age when South African divers filmed a coelacanth — ancient bony fish — more than 100 metres (330 feet) down and beamed images to the Web.

Portal for job seekers
HE Net has a lot of sites made by the residents from the City Beautiful. The portal, topjoboptions.com, would be the latest to join the bandwagon. This yet-to-be-launched portal focuses on the job options in and around Chandigarh and has effective presence in Delhi too.

JV on software
EATTLE-based Global Market Insite (GMI), an e-business application provider for global market research, and London-based QualiQuant, a business solution provider, have announced a joint venture for the development and marketing of the QualiQuant Toolkit TM.

Pune shines

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