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Will India catch the Internet bandwagon?

By : CIOL Bureau

The Internet has witnessed an explosive growth in the countries around the world-in developed countries you can pay your taxes, get licenses renewed, apply in the universities, and do much more on the Net.

Microsoft gets a new vision

By : CIOL Bureau

For decades Microsoft has stuck to an operating philosophy where one man, Bill Gates, has dominated every single decision worth making. Gates started off with Paul Allen helping him on his way to global domination.

Internet stocks in India

By : CIOL Bureau

IT stocks, especially the software stocks, are riding high these days. Thanks to Infosys, HCL, Wipro, and the like who have climbed dizzying heights. This is quite in line with the trend US stock markets witnessed a couple of years back-an absolute craze

The Free PC syndrome

By : CIOL Bureau

Bill Gross’s IdeaLabs created quite a storm sometime ago with their Free PC (www.free-pc.com) offer. The scheme was simple.

What does India need to be a software superpower?

By : CIOL Bureau

The announcement by Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) brought to light the fact that the government is all setting up a stage for quantum jump of the Indian software sector, despite political turmoil.

Software stocks ride high

By : CIOL Bureau

This recent development in the stock options of two top Indian IT companies narrates something more than the success story of these companies.

Cyrix takes a tumble

By : CIOL Bureau

When Andy Grove of Intel, the Industry’s elder statesman, made that statement about the IT industry and corporate survival, he wasn’t kidding.

The Indian Market for Internet Service Providers

By : CIOL Bureau

Do the 1994 telecom reforms and the liberalization of Internet services in 1998 have anything in common? Barely three months have passed since India embarked on the path of liberalizing the Internet services.

The millennium bug

By : CIOL Bureau

A lot has been said about the Y2K bug and its effect. This is an attempt to do a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis of the Y2K problem in the Indian scenario.