Monthly Archives: January 2012

Database as a Service – Pros & Cons

I was thinking of researching & writing something on this article for a long time. One of the key reasons which compelled me to write & research abt it was that i have heard lot about clod computing, software as service (SAAS) etc but … Continue reading

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Ways to Deal with Difficult People

Difficult people are a prime cause of job stress among workers. If unattended, this stress causes negative physiological, psychological, and social reactions in individuals. There are a number of ways to deal with difficult people to keep them from getting … Continue reading

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A Web Portal with Mobile Connectivity for Un-organized labor and Domestic Workers/Maids

The need was felt to me when I got know some time back from my neighbor that thy hired a 24×7 domestic maid from an agency. The agency charges INR 1200 per months and maid (though less experienced) gets INR … Continue reading

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E-commerce trends in India

Challenges & Opportunities

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14 lakh Aakash Tablets booked in 14 days: Is it set to beat tablet market laders in India

NEW DELHI: The new year may be a year of low-cost computing in India. Sales bookings for the world’s cheapest tablet, Aakash, have soared to 14 lakh units just two weeks after it was put up for sale online for … Continue reading

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IIM ‘campuspreneurs’ venturing into startups before graduation

BANGALORE: Only 23, Abhishek Humbad is the founder of clean-technology start-up NextGen — it earns revenues of Rs 1.5 crore from marquee clients like the Reserve Bank of India, chip-maker Intel, and software services majors Infosys and MindTree. He is … Continue reading

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