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Cloud does not negate the need for remote outsourced IT management – and the Nearshore has a special role to play.
The 2011 Mobile World Congress has been a success. More than 60,000 people surpassed the organisation’s expectation to reach between 50,000 and 55,000 attendees. This figure means 20% more attendees than last year’s, according to the organising association, the GSMA. In addition, 51% of the attendees were high executives, 3,000 of them CEOs. The organisers think that the event’s success is due to the increasing importance of mobile phones in all sectors of society, “The record attendance at this year’s Mobile World Congress is indicative of the impact and importance of mobile in not only technology and telecommunications, but across nearly all facets of the private and public sectors,” stated John Hoffman, GSMA CEO. 1, 400 exhibitors, 58,600 square metres of showroom and more than 2,900 registered journalists are other figures of this edition.
Like everyone else, I've been glued to the news the past few days trying to comprehend the enormity of the Egyptian crisis and the possible repercussions across the global sourcing industry.
Reality check: Has the farshore fan-base gotten any sleep lately?
Wipro Technologies, the Global Consulting, System Integration and Outsourcing Business of Wipro Limited, today announced the opening of a new development center in Budapest, Hungary.