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Philippines' outsourcing industry to gain from US economic slowdown

MANILA: The economic slowdown in the United States is likely to boost the Philippines' outsourcing industry. The country is aiming for a 10 percent share of the US$130 billion global market.

Researchers help define next-gen social networking Users need the ability to build small communities, rather than being forced into large ones

The next generation of social networking will give people more tools for defining smaller online communities in a way that mimics the real world, academic researchers said today.

Education lifts RP BPO Industry over India and China

MANILA, Philippines -- India and China have bigger economies but the Philippines has a higher "educational density" and thus in a better position to move ahead in offshore outsourcing, according to an economics professor from Europe.

New Cell Phones Help Keep You Healthy
Cell phones have always been about helping you keep in touch. Now they're helping you stay healthy. Eager to discover the next new trend in cell phone technology, Japanese mobile carriers are developing and rolling out services that tie a user's desire to keep fit with their cell phone and network-linked services.
SharePoint challenges IT as the Excel, Access of the Day

Just as the use Microsoft Excel and Access grew at unfettered rates in the 1990s -- often under IT's radar -- the vendor's Office SharePoint Server is spreading quickly through large companies as a development platform for users, according to a new study from Forrester Research Inc.

TPI Index Reveals Outsourcing Demand in Asia Pacific Contributing to Record-Setting Global Growth

HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TPI, the largest sourcing data and advisory firm in the world and a unit of Information Services Group Inc. (ISG) (NASDAQ:III) (NASDAQ:IIIIU) (NASDAQ:IIIIW), an industry-leading, information-based services company, released the latest TPI Index, which tracks commercial outsourcing contracts valued greater than $25 million.

Nasa Boffins Reveal Aurora Trigger
NASA scientists have uncovered the precise event that triggers the auroras of light at the Earth's Polar Regions. The discovery could help protect vulnerable satellites, communications networks and power grids which are all affected by solar storms. Scientists have known for years that the auroras are caused by the interplay of charged particles from the Sun in the Earth's magnetic field, but have only recently witnessed the trigger event that precedes the aurora displays.
 
 

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