The IT industry in India: strategic review 2006

By: National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM)
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) 2006Description: 282 p.Subject(s): Computer software industry - India - Directory | Information technology - India - DirectoryDDC classification: R 005.1058 Summary: This annual report, as in past years, documents in detail this evolving picture of the Indian IT industry. It also looks at other critical elements of the industry eco-system, including telecom, human resources, policy and regulatory aspects. The role of IT in social development, including governance, is another key element. For the last few years, NASSCOM has increasingly focused on three specific areas, which are critical to sustaining the 'India advantage' in the long-term; cyber security (including piracy, privacy, data protection and intellectual property rights), human resources, and infrastructure (especially airports, local mass transportation, roads, and electric power). During the year, many initiatives were taken in all three areas; while a lot remains to be done, the progress and prognosis are positive.
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This annual report, as in past years, documents in detail this evolving picture of the Indian IT industry. It also looks at other critical elements of the industry eco-system, including telecom, human resources, policy and regulatory aspects. The role of IT in social development, including governance, is another key element. For the last few years, NASSCOM has increasingly focused on three specific areas, which are critical to sustaining the 'India advantage' in the long-term; cyber security (including piracy, privacy, data protection and intellectual property rights), human resources, and infrastructure (especially airports, local mass transportation, roads, and electric power). During the year, many initiatives were taken in all three areas; while a lot remains to be done, the progress and prognosis are positive.

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