Slowdown is relaxing a wee bit. Its official now. The developed world is also showing signs of recovery. And even though there was slowdown in the home-improvement business through the recession, the market for home energy-efficiency improvements is looking up. Read More →
Infrastructure projects are associated with huge capital investments and a defined timeline and related overrun expenses. These projects are monitored today with many sophisticated project management aids like Primavera, MS Projects and SAP project suites. When a project is conceived, it is having defined and measurable milestones and interlinking activities with specified durations. No project is planned for failure but it so happens that during the execution stage due to overruns and delays on many other accounts, projects get derailed and misses the deadlines.
Consider a big organization with fully developed and established legacy systems. Organization has been running its businesses for so many years with fully developed and matured legacy systems. Now with scaling up of operations and a need to achieve better harmonization amongst various departments of organization, management has deemed it fit to go out for an ERP implementation. Read More →
In another year ECBC is expected to come into force. ECBC promoted by BEE India was launched in the year 2007 but due to not enough capacities being available to implement the same, the implementation was delayed. But with rapid development of infrastructure and associated economic growth, it is expected that ECBC would come in to practice quite soon.
CVS or Computer Vision Syndrome has been plaguing about 70% of population spending about 6-8 hours daily on computers. Though the problems sets in if you are using computer daily for more than two hours but its effect gets compounded in case duration exceeds that period. Today most of us spend at least 4-6 hours staring at the computer screens. Our job profile has become like that. There will be many of us who would be spending close to 10 hours daily on the computer. But with increasing competition and demands of the job, you don’t have any other option. Some of us just can not leave the computer terminals.
Web world is rich repertoire of many useful information. We all web users have contributed towards making web world a rich informative source of information. Medical fraternity has contributed a lot towards making the web world rich in content. There are hordes of sites which are devoted exclusively towards our well being and health. Read More →
Working long hours on computer has become unavoidable for all computer professionals. Even management consultants and corporate workers cannot do away without logging equivalent amount of hours in front of desktops. With advent of computers in our normal working life, we have been exposed to many diseases which have arisen from our sedentary life styles. Read More →
If your answer is yes, you are not alone. We all have been hit by multitasking syndrome and find ourselves in unenviable position where pending work and commitments are much more than what we can humanely do. Our daily grind begins right early in the morning when we step out of our beds. We find we have so much unfinished tasks on our head and list keep on growing and growing. Read More →
The long awaited web MS Office is here now. The MS Office has dominated desktops with their Office suite for close to two decades now. Its rich applications like MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint have made the corporate world so dependent that these executive can’t dream of working without MS Office suite today. The present version Office 2007 was an improvement over the earlier Office XP and Office 2003. But Google and Zoho have been eating in to Microsoft’s share on the pretext of their online availability. Microsoft had promised to move over to cloud sometime back and have now offered MS Office web apps for free. Read More →
Core professions are back with vengeance. Information Technology remained the most sought after profession for more than two decades. But now its progress has been arrested somewhat. IT purists may not believe in this. But the market statistics emphatically suggests that IT is no longer the choicest profession of young students.