• The loss of Steve Jobs last week was felt all over the world, whether you were Apple fans or not, whether you were one of the cogs in the Apple ecosystem, or whether you were a competitor. Steve Jobs is considered to have transformed the consumer electronics, entertainment and music industry, and created genres of products that had mass market appeal – the iPod and iPad leading the charge, and even the iMac. It’s not that he was a great engineer or inventor, but he was a visionary who systematically made his visions a reality. His real talent was in recognising the potential of inventions, innovations and technologies that he came across, and then looking at how they might appeal to a market.
  • India’s success as an IT services offshoring location is well documented. It has traditionally been the go-to place for software or business process outsourcing (BPO) at low cost, and several successful companies have emerged as a result – HCL, Infosys, TCS and Wipro, to name some of the majors.
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