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Business is unusual
Can Indian IT perform independent of Indian economy? Yes, say IDC figures.
At $2.65 billion, software export has grown 56 per cent
India's server market growth is terribly lagging
Assocham calls for review of New Telecom Policy 99
Pager service collates medical info for Bangalore doctors
Wipro Infotech wins SEI Level 5 quality standard
Permission for private ISP gateways in sight
Gray Cell gets $1.7 million in venture capital
Compaq India will allow buyers to customise PCs
Tamil keyboard, word processor released
UP farmers join the digerati
Hughes Escorts bags bank network job
TRAI has multiple plans for opening up domestic long distance market
Cisco upgrades India office to a subsidiary
Asia-Pacific PC sales improve
Datapro to open training centre in Dhaka
E-commerce in analog India
N Vittal prescribes tech, policy and law strategies specific to India.
$40,000 for your thoughts
An interview with Murugavel Raju, worldwide winner of Texas Instrument's 'Analog Challenge'.
No cords, no modems, no dial-up, only high-speed WWW from IIT, Madras.
APSWAN comes to life
E-commerce should not wait for e-laws, says Ahluwalia
Only 9 per cent of PC owners are on the Net
APC to manufacture UPS units in Bangalore
For want of a double-click...
N Vittal discusses the impact of information technology on international security and warfare.
Satyam launches Dr Millennium, Web-delivered Y2K solution
Madras Telephones deploys IN services
VSNL creates post of executive director, vigilance
NASSCOM survey announces verdict on Y2K effort in government
Jagmohan denies he was lobbied out of ministry
Jagmohan lets fly at industry
Microtek to make modems in India
Sun's JavaServer Pages released
Intel joins effort to introduce multimedia to villagers
Infosys ties up with Cybersource Corporation
NSE upgrades software toward Y2K compliance
Sri Lanka gets its first globally managed data service
Costs keep smaller firms from adopting ERP, says IDC
Bharati Telecom bags $50,000 job in Nepal
Microsoft gets big IT names to endorse Office 2000
The 5th letter
In e-business and e-commerce, 'e' should stand for education and entertainment, argues N Vittal.
Bombay PR firm sets up Y2K image management group
GE Cap to set up IT enabled services unit in Hyderabad
Kerala takes IT training to 'neoliterates'
Department of Posts wins applause
From email sorting newbie to hopeless chat junkie
Tatas to divest holding in IBM ventures
Bhutan gets Internet, TV in one go!
CVD Inc to set up Rs 220 million plant in Hyderabad
CMC equity base raised by Rs 98.5 million
Vittal calls for Freedom of Information Act
Tata Honeywell dividend is 40 per cent
Cellular companies blamed for flouting policy
Revenge of the nerds!
Warlock Srikant Sreenivasan prescribes three recipes for stirring graphics out of shell accounts.