in Trends on Jun 24, 2011
By the looks of it, social media is not satisfied taking over our private lives, now it is entering ERP services as well. As SAP announced, it is now in co-operation with Jive SBS, a new social media ERP tool helping each and everyone and each and everything in your company stay connected. If employees are wasting time on Facebook anyways, why not give them a company internal social media platform to play with AND be productive at the same time? So far, no objections.
in News on Jun 21, 2011
TCS has announced that it is planning to hire 60,000 staff in the upcoming fiscal year – just 10,000 down from 2010/11’s 70,000 new additions. Meanwhile, rivals Infosys and Wipro are also said to be on a hiring spree, rubbishing rumours that Indian offshore software development is unable to move forward in a changing market situation.
in News on Jun 07, 2011
When Apple previewed iOS 5 yesterday, they set the Mac-related blogosphere on fire. Thank God the iPhone gets a Hardware Camera Button, they exclaimed. Instead of the God, iPhone users should redirect their thank-you notes to Bill Gates. Actually, the new iPhone 5 operating system has a handful of features that Microsoft introduced with the Windows Phone 7 that has been shipping since last fall. Windows mobile application development is already catching up on the iPhone application market, as more and more people realize the innovative potential of Microsoft that was long considered Apple-only territory.
in News on May 31, 2011
Bangalore has been India’s IT hub for a while now but at the moment it is on the verge of loosing this reputation as offshore software development center to Noida and Gurgaon. The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry in India (ASSOCHAM) have conducted a survey that showed the following result:
in News on May 25, 2011
Canadian businesses have recently discovered the benefits of legal process outsourcing (LPO). The numbers are increasing on a constant basis. Whereas the sales in the year 2010 where estimated to revolve around $640 million, independent technology and market research company Forrester Research claims that those number could rise to $4 billion by 2015.