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Satyam chairman resigns amid accounting scandal

Satyam Computer Services, one of India's largest IT outsourcing companies, says chairman admitted inflating the company's financial performance.

By January 7, 2009


Satyam: $1 billion of our cash doesn't exist

World's fourth-largest systems integrator has significantly lied about its revenue, a path that each of us would do well to avoid. One step down the wrong road leads to many others.

By January 7, 2009


'Free lunch' and open-source support

Some system integrators seem to think open source offers them a free lunch.

By October 14, 2008


Managed security in 2008

Given the increasing complexity of enterprise security, it's getting harder and harder for companies to ignore options for outsourcing security management.

By November 28, 2007


Indian IT firms should seek big acquisitions, Gartner says

If Indian companies want to join the world's top IT services companies, they must make sizable acquisitions, the analyst group says.

By September 27, 2007


Reuters inks $1 billion IT outsourcing deal

Company CIO David Lister says deal with Fujitsu Services will see annualized savings "in the region of 25 percent."

August 17, 2007


India's Satyam buys into business consulting

Agrees to pay up to $38.7 million for London-based business consulting company Citisoft.

By April 22, 2005


Sony outsources IT development to India

A boost for India's offshore-development industry, move is intended to help Sony's European wing focus on core activities.

By December 8, 2006


India's tech renaissance: Map

State government initiatives and an emerging pool of skilled staff are spurring IT services growth in Indian cities.

By June 27, 2005