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I nfosys, India's second-largest information technology services company, has said a few of its clients have sent queries on the rising attrition in the company, especially the exits of many senior leaders in the recent past. This is the first time
The executive exodus at Infosys is proving to be a blessing for others in the IT industry, especially second-tier companies. Most of those who quit have promptly been absorbed in leading positions in other companies, reflecting the hunger for talent.
He talked about this "wonderful" "accident of history and technology that put most of the world's web traffic inside the United States." He used this to suggest that it was our right and duty to therefore use that traffic to spy on everyone possible.
Organised by Capacity magazine and now in its eighth year, the Global Carrier Awards have become the biggest and most prestigious awards event of the wholesale telecoms calendar. In the judges' view, "Liquid Telecom has again shown great promise and
The groundwork for convergence is set in developed as operators move beyond bundling strategies in order to develop new revenue streams, according to a new report from Pyramid Research ( www.pyr.com ). are moving beyond basic bundling to value-added
The revelations come as the British and US governments reel from the leaking of sensitive intelligence material that has detailed a vast electronic spying apparatus being used against foreign nationals and their own citizens. This week, Fairfax Media
African network and end-to-end-managed wholesale connectivity. CEO Chris Wood said: "We are seeing increasing demand from businesses for diversity-rich, high-speed international connectivity to and from Africa. African terrestrial fibre with multiple
Australia 's Leighton Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday it was in negotiations to sell 70 percent of its telecommunication assets, including its NextGen Networks fiber-optic business, to Canada 's Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. The sale values the
Telecoms regulator Ofcom said on Thursday that seven companies had qualified to bid for the new airwaves needed to roll out superfast 4G mobile broadband across Britain. EE, Vodafone, O2 owner Telefonica and Hutchison, which is behind Three...The
Avnet will continue to own and operate the Vanda Hong Kong and Macau system integration business, providing systems integration services and solutions incorporating hardware and software from major suppliers...Group, where they can fully leverage