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India’s third largest software exporter, Wipro Technologies has outlined major expansion plans in the southern port city of Chennai.
Thursday, 15 June 2006 08:40

Symphony to play a nice tune in Bangalore

In a move to focus more on innovation in product development and step into the next phase of IT services, Symphony Services, is to set…
Wednesday, 14 June 2006 15:49

Java and .NET clash in Asia

New research just released this week reveals that Asian developers are readily adopting Java EE 5, with over 36% using it today. That’s a 200%…
The IT services market in the Asia Pacific region grew more than twice as fast as the world as a whole in 2005, according to…
Tuesday, 13 June 2006 18:31

New manufacturing CIO group formed

Australian IT executives group, The CIO Network, has formed a sub-group called the Manufacturing Focus Group, a consortium of leading manufacturing organisations from a range…
Web security services and instant messaging (IM) provider, MessageLabs, has launched an enterprise IM (EIM) service, which it claims is a world first managed security…
Two of India’s top three software firms, Infosys Technologies and Wipro Technologies will have an unexpected visitor on June 15.
Monday, 12 June 2006 10:33

Infosys chairman to step down in August

Infosys Technologies will announce a successor to its founder, chairman and chief mentor, N.R. Narayana Murthy, next month. 
India’s largest software services exporter, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) will invest $110 million to  set up a software development facility at Pune near Mumbai.
When it comes to acquisitions, India’s third largest software exporter, Wipro Technologies, beats all other Indian IT firms hollow.

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