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Wednesday, December 25, 2002
Markets (Dec. 24)
BL 2501120.72 (+6.80)
BSE Sensex3352.77 (+23.16)
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Dollar (Buy/Sell)47.98/48.10
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Escotel launches SMS Edge for advertisers
ESCOTEL Mobile Communications Ltd (Escotel)has announced the launch of its SMS EDGE branded product for offering an innovative new Direct Marketing medium for the advertisers synchronising it with the Cricket World Cup 2003. According to Mr ... More


Futures prospects lift second-rung IT scrips
EVEN as the appreciating rupee against the dollar is causing concern over the earnings of software companies, most of the second-rung IT stocks gained on the bourses today. The rise in the stock price was mainly on market talk that most of ... More


Change your target, friend
SMEs in the IT arena can survive better if they focus on newer growth areas. More


In the cross-hair
Business intelligence is all about first locating targets before hitting them. And datawarehousing tools help a company do just that — locate and tap vital data buried in various departments and operations that can impact a company's profitabil ity. It's a question of zooming in. More

A taste of freedom!
People working on different devices and operating systems often need computing help from the same server. They can now get it, thanks to server-based computing which promises `Accessibility Nirvana'. Join the celebration. More

Polaris officials get back passports
THE Polaris Software Labs CEO, Mr Arun Jain, and the Senior Vice-President, Mr Rajiv Malhotra, have got back their passports from the Indonesian authorities and were expected to arrive here later tonight by a Singapore Airlines flight. The two ... More

Wilco develops messaging tools
The SWIFT messaging solution focuses on the requirements of brokers and banks. More

Strong rupee set to hurt cos' earnings
EVEN as the Indian software industry appears to be emerging from the effects of the slowdown in the global IT industry, another factor now seems likely to hit the sector — the appreciating rupee. A strengthening rupee would directly ... More

Computer Sciences thinks big on India
AS he looks out from his second floor office to a dusty road in Noida, Dr Arun Maheshwari recalls a terrible accident that had snatched one of his men. He complains about rash driving, damaged and non-functional traffic lights and crowded streets ... More


Some more way to go on the delivery
Electricity has been around for a long time now. But all of India is still to thrill to that current. A question of reach and delivery. Much the same is happening with the Internet. More

Ecological heritage Web site launched
THE Chennai-based C.P.R. Environmental Education Centre (CPREEC) launched a Web site on ecological heritage under the Environmental Management Capacity Building Technical Assistance Project (EMCBTAP), according to a press release from the ... More


Computer courses from Keltron
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Keltron has introduced new computer courses at its centres in Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam and Thrissur. ccording to an official release, the courses will commence on January 9, 2003. While the course to be conducted in ... More

SSI unwraps bioinformatics course
CHENNAI: SSI Ltd has launched a one-year long-term course on bio-informatics. The course demands a prerequisite basic knowledge in life science and computers, is split into three modules of four months each, says a company ... More


Full of gas? Not this tale
Technology will ensure you get your LPG refill even if you've forgotten to book your cylinder. How's that for mind-reading? More


Retain the 'Einsteins' in your office
Do you have many `Einsteins' in your company? Here are some guidelines for holding on to them. More
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