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What is Next for India's Outsourcing Industry?

CIO.com talked to Som Mittal, departing president of NASSCOM, about immigration policy and protectionist politics in the U.S., political and economic instability at home, and what the future holds for the Indian IT services industry.

How to Avoid the 7 Outsourcing Nightmares

Like any other major business and technology initiatives, outsourcing comes with risks, regardless of how experienced the outsourcing provider is or how good the move looked initially.

Red Hat rides the IoT wave with open-source

Red Hat’s think tank has always sworn by open-source, and believes that it’s the key to unleashing next-gen technologies. With IoT storming the enterprise, the pitch remains the same. Here’s why Red Hatters believe open-source is where you ought to put your money.

Computerworld Tech Update 06 - 10 Jan, 2014

In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 06 - 10 January, 2014, we talk about the status of Microsoft's CEO search, NASSCOM appointing a new president, wearable tech making a strong showing at CES 2014, Intel dropping the McAfee name, and Tablets out-shipping PCs in the current year.

The Secret Sauce of Shared Services

Despite shared services’ proven track record, multitudes of Indian CIOs haven't really gotten their feet wet yet. Here’s why—and how—they should.

Know how Indian cyber thugs stack up against their global counterparts

Some hail them as heroes, whilst others bear no love for them. What’s not going to change, however, is the fact that cybercrime continues to be an all-consuming migraine for the IT realm. Here’s a peek at how Indian cyber criminals compare to their global counterparts.

All you need to know about India's mobile talent

With the country’s mobile economy hurtling along at breakneck speed, the e-commerce industry has emerged as a lucrative career destination for mobile developers. The 2016 India Mobile Talent report, conducted by Belong, gives us a dekko at what the mobile talent in India looks like, and weren’t we surprised.