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The fittest programmer to survive

by September 15, 2001

As software professionals you’ve been hit the hardest by the slowdown. What can you do?

IT Jobs: Steady or down?

by September 15, 2001

Recruitments in the IT industry have taken a plunge. How have the different areas been affected?

IT-enabled services: Mixed fortunes

by September 15, 2001

The job scenario for those in this profession is currently hot, but it’s too early to comment on the future because this is a new area

Content no longer King

by September 15, 2001

Some areas of content creation and management are worse hit that others. What are the prospects for both?

ESS ebizframe

by September 15, 2001

An Internet-enabled ERP solution for automating businesses that also has value-adds like e-mail and chat

Network professionals: Secure

by September 15, 2001

Network administrators and IT support staff needn’t be too worried, as companies continue to need staff to keep their 
existing IT infrastructure running

What skills can you acquire?

by September 15, 2001

First know where your job fits in the matrix described below. Then see which other area you can move to

Should you re-skill? How?

by September 15, 2001

Is your current IT knowledge—technology or language—enough, especially in today’s economic scenario?

Essential skills to save your IT Job

by September 15, 2001

The need to update your knowledge and learn new skills has always been there. The current economic ...

Ranking Computer Institutes

by September 14, 2001

Aspiring programmers from these institutes are often unable to do even the eleven simple tasks mentioned here. That says a lot about the quality of education provided

Back to Basics

by September 14, 2001

All business models need growth and profits to succeed, and not just high value on paper

Balancing Act

by September 14, 2001

The IT job scene is not as scary as is being made out. Enough recruitment is happening, albeit of those with the right skills

Demand Dialing With Linux

by September 6, 2001

Give your network transparent Internet connectivity with diald

Setting Up A Linux Office Server

by September 6, 2001

Configuring a Linux file and print server for Windows clients

Get Going With E-Mail

by September 6, 2001

A step-by-step guide to setting up an Internet mail server

NetWare And Linux

by September 6, 2001

Making your Linux server talk to NetWare servers and printers

Linux For DOS Users

by September 6, 2001

Learning Linux is not difficult, with many commands similar to those in DOS

What Is Linux?

by September 6, 2001

This operating system comes with development software, text editors,
Internet and graphics manipulation tools—all for free

Supercomputing With Linux

by September 6, 2001

Beowulf, the supercomputer running Linux, created those spectacular visual effects in Titanic

Linux for the CIO

by September 6, 2001

Linux is increasingly finding acceptance with corporate giants worldwide