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Juniper consolidates India operations

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to consolidate its operations by moving its security products group in Hyderabad to Bangalore and is also set to double headcount.

Gaming fans gear up for World Cyber Games

By : CIOL Bureau

India will be selecting the final participants for the international competition in the next five weeks from 12 cities across India.

Intel CEO lambastes employees

By : CIOL Bureau

The delay in launching its latest chip for notebooks resulted in a critical memo from CEO Craig Barrett to the employees, stressing the need to halt product delays.

SAP offers localized soln for SOA compliance

By : CIOL Bureau

Extends functionality in mySAP Financials and mySAP ERP to comprehensively cover Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOA) requirements as per the US law and helps companies to reduce compliance costs and improve business insights.

IBM opens first showroom in East India

By : CIOL Bureau

The Bubaneshwar IBM Think World showroom will deal with the entire range of its products, and is also offering special discounts.

FCG to set up captive center for US co

By : CIOL Bureau

The new captive development center for Witness Systems would focus on technology solutions in the telecom domain and VoIP.

Infosys starts Rs 10 cr training program

By : CIOL Bureau

Is setting up a “campus connect” portal and is tying up with educational institutions to provide training to faculty members and make the syllabi more industry oriented.

MRO-Tek posts 23% PAT

By : CIOL Bureau

The company’s total revenue stood at Rs 25.50 crore for Q1 2004 as opposed to Rs 20.79 crore for Q1 2003 showing a net growth of 20.8 percent.

Sonata Q1 net at Rs 4.32 cr

By : CIOL Bureau

Posted a PAT of Rs 4.32 crore for the quarter as compared to Rs 2.11 crore for the corresponding quarter last year.

GTL Q1 net profit up 74%

By : CIOL Bureau

Has posted a net profit of Rs 43.19 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2004 compared to Rs 24.84 crore in the corresponding quarter last year.

IT training centers mushrooming in India

By : CIOL Bureau

New Horizons plans to set up 40 centers over the next three years in South India and Sri Lanka, with an investment of Rs 60 crore.

EU court sets MS hearing for Sept 30

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft appealed and asked the Court of First Instance to suspend the sanctions until the case is completed.

Affordable gadgets make school more exciting

By : CIOL Bureau

As many popular electronics products have been around for a few years, prices are dropping and quality is improving, making them more affordable and attractive to students.

Web worm seen abating

By : CIOL Bureau

But, computer security firms warned that the MyDoom worm had left many computer systems vulnerable to follow-on attacks.

Technical glitch topples stock prices

By : CIOL Bureau

The stock market is expected to see downfall for a couple of days as both BSE and Sensex have been going on with technical corrections.

China closing in on India’s tech lead

By : CIOL Bureau

Infosys chairman, Narayana Murthy said China was closing in on India’s lead in outsourcing, while stressing the need to boost infrastructure and skills.

Security more important than cost controls: IT Managers

By : CIOL Bureau

Security has surpassed cost-control and cost-containment in topping the list of challenges for information technology units, according to an IDC research.

Dual DVD burner from Sony

By : CIOL Bureau

Sony’s latest DRU-540A can write to DVD+R discs at speeds up to 12X and comes with an ATAPI interface and a host of bundled sofware.

Idea Cellular plans Rs 1200 cr project

By : CIOL Bureau

Said it will spend Rs 1200 crore ($120 million) to expand its network in the financial year ending March 2005.

PeopleSoft blames dip in profit on Oracle bid

By : CIOL Bureau

Has reported a Q2 net profit of $11 million, compared with a net profit of $37 million, a year earlier.