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Infrastructure Strategies 2004
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 COVER STORIES

Powering the inner circle
Wireline in the campus
Wi-Fi beyond the hype
Footloose on campus
WAN gives an edge
Taking an organised approach to connectivity

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 NEWS & ANALYSIS

A peek into Gartner's crystal ball
iSCSI is much faster in Windows
Banks say ‘Yes’ to complete outsourcing
So much for canning spam
Mumbai CSI plays host to IT++
Outsourcing the tax exchange
Are Indian enterprises ready for BI?

 EDIT
Future proof connectivity
Connectivity infrastructure is arterial to every business—whether it’s internal connectivity to ensure smooth workflows, or tying-up geographically dispersed locations, say branch offices or distributors.
 IN PERSON
Governance makes a difference
IT and Business Process Re-engineering have to converge
 HI-TECH HOTSHOTS

Destined for the big time
It was his destiny. His journey from Chennai to Mumbai was arduous, but things worked out rather well. He automated the Indian operations of Bank of America, and now aligns IT with business at HDFC Bank. Deepali Gupta traces the footsteps of C N Ram, Head IT, HDFC Bank.

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 CASE STUDY
The Forte of Fortis
A quick shot of ERP
 VENDOR VOICE
Optimizing storage using ILM
Introducing the Pull Factor For Advanced Data Replication
 XSP
Relying on the right services
Today most businesses require specialised IT services, which can be fairly expensive to set up. In such situations, outsourcing IT services may be the ideal option, considering that today’s IDCs provide such extensive services. by Deepali Gupta
 READERWARE
What Leaders Want
The role and image of IT managers have undergone a sea change over a short span of time. From the introverted jargon pelting support staff the IT Head today plays an active role in business, and he or she personifies the organisation as much as the other business heads.
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