Upinder Zutshi, Managing Director, Infinite Computer Solutions, has more than 18 years of IT industry experience, ranging from operations to sales & marketing to strategic alliances. He also has experience in building early stage companies. He talks to Vanisha Joseph of ET about the opportunities fo...
A better approach to tackling non-performing employees and those who continuously make mistakes, is to understand the root cause of the problem, writes Nivedan Prakash
Education would be much more effective if its purpose was to ensure that by the time they leave school every student should know how much they do not know, and be imbued with a lifelong desire to know it.
When a brutal 2008 ended after wiping out half the money invested in equities, no Indian company would have dared to consider a public share sale to raise cash. Almost five months later, after a brilliant surge in shares and a decisive poll verdict, companies are still cautious.
Infinite Computer Solutions wants to leverage an entrepreneurial mindset and intellectual property to delivery greater value to clients.
Vinita Gupta writes about the efforts an organization should make to prevent the best talent from quitting in times of uncertainty.
IBM, a provider in IT services, announced on Tuesday, the availability of ‘IBM Smart Business’, a breakthrough way for small and medium businesses to acquire, use and manage technology that is radically simple.
IBM Launches 'Smart Business'
Optimal usage of IT in a cost effective manner is crucial
Online social networks are a fairly recent phenomenon, though conceptually it has existed for decades. The trick is to replicate real world networking experiences on a digital platform. Sites like LinkedIn, Friendster, and Konnects have tried to do just that.
In troubled times, recruitment freeze is quite common since the senior management believes that it makes business sense to control costs. This sends a wrong signal down the organization. I recall a friend narrating an incident at his firm in 2000 when the IT industry was going through a rough patch...