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Reporters Without Borders:  Enemies of the Net
By Bala Shah

In its role as a media and human rights watchdog, the France-based Reporters Without Borders keeps an eye on any suppression of freedom of expression of traditional and new media.  The non-profit Reporters Without Borders has consultant status at the UN. On March 12, it released its ‘Web 2.0 Versus Control 2.0’ report. More...

Bangalore software exports down by 50 percent?
By Pulkit Sharma

NASSCOM reported in Aug, 2009, that despite the global recession, the Indian IT-BPO sector reached USD 58.8 billion in FY08-09 up from USD 52 billion in FY07-08. Export revenues for the IT-BPO industry recorded growth of 16.3 % and clocked revenues of USD 46.3 billion in FY08-09 up from USD 40.4 billion in FY07-08. More...

Wipro manager becomes Young Global Leader
By Shalini Singh

The World Economic Forum describes itself as “an independent, not-for-profit foundation striving towards a world-class corporate governance system where values are as important a basis as rules. Our motto is ‘entrepreneurship in the global public interest’”. It plays host to the most powerful people in the world. More...

US Visas to lure Startups
By Shalini Singh

For many reasons, USA has been the perfect incubator for new ideas and startups.  But economic super powers like China and India are developing ecosystems which would nourish smart young men and women and their bright ideas.  Today, given a choice many IIM and IIT graduates prefer staying in India rather than going abroad. More...

CIO Survey: Half to deploy more free software
By Sameer Batra

The open source and free software movements continue their relentless march into markets dominated by technology giants like Microsoft, SAP, Oracle and IBM.  Many techies using Microsoft products at work prefer Mozilla Firefox and Linux at home. The quality, cost and idealism of this software is proving irresistible. More...

Feminist Approach to Technology
By Suneetha

Technology and Women have always gone hand in hand, or have they?  While Indian women play key roles in our booming tech industry, there is much to be done for the rest of India. Techie Gayatri Buragohain had founded the Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) in 2007, convinced that effective female empowerment comes through technology education. More...

LinkedIn Appoints Country Manager for India
By Ria Sharma

LinkedIn is the most successful networking website for executives and dominates its niche. It has 52 million members in 200 countries. Reportedly, a new member joins LinkedIn approximately every second and half its members are from outside US. It has just appointed Mr. Hari V. Krishnan to head India. More...

No Indians vote for Open Source movers and shakers
By Pulkit Sharma

The open source movement was initiated as an idealistic voluntary endeavor to ensure that everyone in the world has access to quality software.  As its name suggests, the computer code is available for anyone to tweak and improve. Initially dismissed as a leftist, socialistic ideal, today it’s a powerful force changing the world for the better.
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ITPIO Chapter now in Pune
By Pulkit Sharma

The International Association of Indian IT (Information Technology) Professionals (ITPIO) launched its Pune Chapter on Oct 3 at the Symantec Offices in Baner. ITPIO is a non-profit organization that primarily focuses on fostering the leadership and personal development for IT professionals of Indian Origin. ITPIO was originally launched in the Silicon Valley, USA. More...

Is NASSCOM anti Open Standards?
By Shalini Singh

NASSCOM has been set up to consolidate and promote the interests of the booming IT-BPO industries in India.  NASSCOM members account for 95 percent of the industry revenues in India and employ more than 2.5 million professionals. While NASSCOM is credited for doing a great job for the Indian IT-BPO sector, some of its actions are hard to understand.  More...

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