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Will India's outsourcing boom ever bust?

Despite lingering anti-outsourcing sentiment in the U.S., Infosys Chairman N.R. Narayana Murthy tells CNET News.com's Charles Cooper why the momentum behind this global trend is far from spent. The interview took place in Fremont, Calif., on May 2, 2006.

May 3, 2006


Lessons learned from offshoring

Vivian Chan, a recent graduate of San Francisco State University, and Jim Seeto, president of the SFSU chapter of a student group called Information Management Systems Association, speak with News.com Executive Editor Mike Yamamoto about technology curricula at U.S. colleges and the influence of offshore outsourcing on career decisions.

April 21, 2004


ITAA head: Offshoring isn't the enemy

Harris Miller, the president of the Information Technology Association of America, tells CNET News.com Executive Editor Charles Cooper how American business should react to the heated campaign debate over sending U.S. jobs abroad.

April 21, 2004


Jobs and e-mail 'without borders'

Esther Dyson, newly appointed CNET editor-at-large, gives ZDNet's Dan Farber her views on the politically hot topic offshore outsourcing, technology adoption in small businesses, Google's controversial new Gmail service and the impact of social networking.

April 20, 2004


An Oblix take on Net security

Eubanks, who joined the identity management company in 1999, sits down Face to Face with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber to discuss Internet security, the challenges for federated identity and the current outsourcing controversy.

March 15, 2004


The real costs of going offshore

"Offshoring" is the term du jour, but the process it describes is complicated and riddled with pitfalls. At the SandHill Group's Software 2004 conference in San Francisco, a panel of senior executives share their experiences and warn that the total costs of ownership can be higher than expected.

March 8, 2004


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