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Content tagged with IT Strategy posted in July 2005
Indian Financial And Tech Hub Inundated By Record Rainfall
News  |  7/27/2005  | 
Major IT service and development companies shutter operations.
Bloggers Weigh In On India Torrents
Commentary  |  7/27/2005  | 
Through yesterday and today, parts of India have been hit by what can only be described as rainfall of Biblical proportions. The city of Mumbai received three feet of rain yesterday. Some major IT outsourcing vendors, including Infosys and Wipro, have closed development centers in the affected areas. At least one blog out of of India is
Outsourcing To (Native American) Indians
Commentary  |  7/25/2005  | 
While the contracting of IT and business-process work to India is hardly news these days, here's an example of Indian outsourcing that is, well, a little different.
U.S. Needs India For More Than Just Outsourcing
Commentary  |  7/18/2005  | 
Today's meeting between President Bush and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Washington provides an opportunity for a big picture look at India's growing importance to America. What's quickly apparent is that efforts to limit the outsourcing of IT work to that country would be damaging to U.S. interests.
Former GE BPO Arm Gecis Makes Acquisition, Gears Up for Relaunch
News  |  7/14/2005  | 
Buyout of Creditek will add order-to-cash and receivables management services to Gecis' BPO offerings.
H-1B Visa Exemption Not Ready For Prime Time
Commentary  |  7/13/2005  | 
Perhaps America no longer is the land of opportunity for many highly skilled foreigner workers.
More Than 8,000 Apply For H-1B Visa-Cap Exemptions
News  |  7/12/2005  | 
New government rules allow up to 20,000 foreign nationals with graduate degrees from U.S. institutions to avoid the 65,000 visa cap.
It Takes More Than Ethical People To Make An Ethical Company
Commentary  |  7/12/2005  | 
OK, let's get serious, no quips about corporate ethics being an oxymoron. We all know that a lot of the recent regulatory fervor was the result of an unethical few engaging in downright illegal activities. And now we're all wearing this compliance monkey on our backs.
Offshore Outsourcing Can Help Win War on Terror
Commentary  |  7/11/2005  | 
Last week's bombing of London's transportation system shows that the war on terror continues and that ultimate victory requires long term commitment and a long term plan. In addition to military tactics, the strategy needs to include political and economic weapons--like offshore outsourcing.
Payroll Gains At IT Services Firms Outpace U.S. Economy
News  |  7/8/2005  | 
Companies providing computer-design and related services added 41,400 jobs in the past year, including 5,200 in June.
Fighting Terrorism: IT, Not Bombs
Commentary  |  7/8/2005  | 
In this space ordinarily reserved for analysis and commentary on IT topics, every now and again, there comes a news event that has such an impact, that it seems inappropriate not to make mention of it regardless of any link or lack thereof to IT. That's because in these cases, what links us as readers and editors to the story is our humanity.
WTO Gets It Right on Offshore Outsourcing
Commentary  |  7/6/2005  | 
In its annual trade report, issued last week, the World Trade Organization concluded what many advocates of offshore outsourcing have been saying for some time: that offshoring is good for both buyers and sellers of IT and business-process services--and the countries in which they operate.
Microsoft, Via India, Expands China Bid
News  |  7/1/2005  | 
Venture with Tata Consultancy will provide software-development services


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