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Bangalore Strike Shows India's Outsourcing Industry Has Come Of Age
Commentary  |  10/4/2006  | 
Operations at many of India's major outsourcing companies ground to a halt Wednesday after public-sector workers in the tech hub of Bangalore went out on strike. But contrary to some predictions, the sky didn't fall. Most of the affected vendors simply shifted work to parts of the country that were untouched by the labor action, proving that India's outsourcers are maturing to a level on par with major multinationals like IBM and EDS.
Will HP's Troubles Change The MO Of Your Own Corporate Investigations?
Commentary  |  10/3/2006  | 
The Hewlett-Packard scandal shines a spotlight on the world of corporate intelligence. Private investigators. Surveillance. Pretexting. Using Social Security numbers that employees had entrusted to the company. It's been a bright light on what's appearing to be a pretty shady world. How much will that world change now? Will companies rethink their investigative tactics now that it's glaringly clear their sneaky deeds might end up on the front page or in front of a congressional hearing? Will ex
User Feedback About HD, Telepresence
Commentary  |  10/3/2006  | 
Is Microsoft Playing Its Own Game Of Chicken With Zune?
Commentary  |  10/2/2006  | 
Microsoft is said to be thinking about leaving the development of podcast management tools for its forthcoming Zune to third-party developers. My guess is that this fleeting thought has about as much life expectancy as a fox standing in the door of a henhouse thinking about becoming a vegetarian. If I were a developer, I'd read up on what Microsoft is doing to security vendors and run away from the Zune player as fast as I
Search is Not a Problem
Commentary  |  10/2/2006  | 
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