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posted in April 2004
State CIOs Don't Offshore Much--But Many Would Like To
News  |  4/28/2004
Panel members at the National Association of State CIOs midyear conference say they actually outsource very little work to vendors who use offshore employees--but mostly because of politics, not economics.
Unisys To Invest Heavily In India, Hire 2,000 Workers
News  |  4/28/2004
The company has set up a software development and back-office center and plans to hire 2,000 people and invest $180 million in five years.
Solid Money, Worried Minds
Features  |  4/23/2004
Raises are back, and the average IT manager's salary approaches six figures. So why are they so grim about their careers?
Evolving Views On Outsourcing
Features  |  4/23/2004
Collaborative relationship with its outsourcing partner to serve customers better
Where The Opportunity Is
Features  |  4/22/2004
IT leaders offer advice for preparing to thrive in tomorrow's workplace
AMD To Set Up Design Center In India
News  |  4/22/2004
It plans to hire 120 engineers for the new facility, but says no U.S. personnel will lose jobs.
Cream Of The Science Crop
Features  |  4/16/2004
New dean of Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science faces challenge of how to continue attracting the best and brightest to the field
Indian Software Company Passes $1 Billion In Revenue
News  |  4/13/2004
Infosys says sales and profits soared in the fiscal year ended March 31, with more than 65% of its revenue coming from exporting software to the United States.
Report: Outsourcing Big In IT And Communications
News  |  4/7/2004
Market-research firm KnowledgeStorm also says bigger companies are much more likely to use outsourcing than smaller ones.
IBM To Buy Indian Outsourcer
News  |  4/7/2004
The purchase of Daksh eServices, one of India's biggest call-center firms, could give IBM an entry point to larger customers.
Aetna Rejects Outsourcing, Brings IBM In-House
News  |  4/1/2004
The insurer says IBM will help it build a unified claims-processing center and more self-service systems for customers.


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