by January 16, 2012 0 comments










The
Pioneers who created India’s IT Industry

The
IT industry is the first and, even now, the only global industry
where India can claim to have achieved world leadership. It has
brought enormous pride (and foreign exchange!) to the nation. This
essay recognizes the contributions of those companies and individuals
who helped to create this industry.

90s
Set the Ball Rolling for India

The
PC revolution, Internet and the WWW, mobile phones, BPOs, software
exports and IT enabled services were just a few things that were the
gift of the 90s, which lay the foundation for the new millenium

A
Decade of Tech Ubiquity

A
decade ago, focus in India was on the ‘T’ of IT, but today the
information explosion from a plethora of devices and platforms has
firmly shifted the focus to the ‘I’. Managing complexity and vast
swathes of information will become the mantra for the next wave of
information technology innovation.

Harnessing
Technology to Provide Education for All

One
of the biggest issues confronting education is its limited footprint
and coverage, where millions, especially at the bottom of the
pyramid, continue to remain beyond the magic circle of learning.
Technology can assume an even wider role to reach these people

How
Technology has Revolutionized the Education Process

The
incorporation of technology and multimedia into the fundamental
process of teaching and learning has promised to accelerate the
creation of new modes of instruction 

Indian
SME vs. Global SME

Despite
the intensity of interest, the SME segment continuously defies a
consistent definition, thereby posing interesting problems for the IT
industry. While there is a theoretical ability to create solutions
which could handle this diversity, the ability to make such a system
‘usable’ is extraordinarily challenging.


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