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Issue of February 2005 

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February 2005

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Infrastructure Strategies 2004
Business Continuity


Forecast 2005
Transforming India’s largest bank
“Our goal is to be the best-connected company”
The group CIO and IT governance
Security at the top of the agenda
The sum of all parts
Will EIM make the grade?
Consolidate and continue
Outsourcing gets into high gear
Collecting and sharing knowledge

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After the tsunami, it's IT as usual in Chennai
Outsource network traffic management woes
2004 Virus roundup
Gartner acquires Meta Group

It's only IT but they love it
If you have ever wondered whether the Indian CEO takes IT seriously or how a Group CIO's role differs from that of the average CIO—the answer to that and many other knotty questions are outlined in the pages that follow.

Portrait of the CIO as a Karma Yogi
Satish Pendse, CIO of the Kuoni Travel Group, India is a dynamic seeker of challenges and a believer in Karma Yoga, who puts his heart and soul into every project without worrying about the fruits of his labour. Deepali Gupta profiles the CIO of one of the world's leading organisations.

A 360 degree look at security
Since information security is a boardroom concern in many Indian organisations, it's important to build the security architecture with a collaborative approach. This will ensure that all areas of the information architecture are protected to the optimum.
What the future holds
Plan your downtime
Veritable usage
Virtela Communications leverages existing infrastructure to provide a global network backbone. Deepali Gupta reports
Keep in touch
We live in an age where face-to-face communication is no longer necessary for doing business. People sitting at computer terminals can do almost anything without needing to interact with others. It is simple for a company to assign tasks to its employees through mass mailers, and receive the results electronically.
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