computers needed for the working class
doubt computers have been the miracle machines of the 20th century and
in a short span of time, their development has come a long way.
Computers have contributed immensely towards the productivity and
economy of the country.
refilled cartridges for high-resolution printers
this section, this week, we will primarily, take up issues related to
the printers. It is the printer that brings project, text, documents or
any other work from virtual to real world. Therefore, issues related to
the printer should not be taken lightly and rather should be dealt with
network with SNMP
designing of either Local or Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN), one of the
main issues that arise is to provide stable network system while keeping
a tab on costs. Is it possible?
drugs, computers and cheminformatics
and pharmaceutical industry are among those progressive industries that have
always adapted themselves according to new technologies and changing times.
As a result, development techniques of new chemical compounds and products
have improved drastically with the application of computers and related
adds Oracle feather in Punjab's cap
Naveen S. Garewal
Punj of Ludhiana believes in the maxim, "opportunity does not fall in
your lap, it has to be hunted out." No wonder then she has become the
first person in Punjab to achieve the distinction of becoming an Oracle
Certified Associate - Database Administrator for Oracle 9i.
Express call centre facility
Express, a global travel, financial and network services provider with
80-year presence in India, announced it will expand its global operations
infrastructure in India, by setting up a 1,37,000 sq. ft. service centre at
welcomes Exim policy
National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom), the
apex association for the software and service companies in India, has
welcomed the 2002-2007 Exim policy as it will serve as a boost to IT
exports growth and increase India's competitiveness in the international
does the conversation go between a computer professional and his
wife? Jasmeet Singh Gulati, one of our readers from Karnal, has
sent us the following piece of conservation he perhaps overheard.
He has even attached an interesting conclusion: