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Most multinational companies use IT outsourcing: study

A survey finds 93 per cent of multinational corporations are doing some form of partial outsourcing or out-tasking projects. Data centres lead the way followed by desktop management, data networks and fixed voice networks

Big UC projects proceeding despite budget constraints

Multinational corporations aren't letting the recession stop unified communications projects, according to an IT research firm. More than 40 per cent of companies surveyed have a global strategy

Procurement outsourcing market full of hype: Ovum

What happened to the expected boom? Expect growth to be steady with activity in the retail and energy sectors, said analyst firm Ovum

Chinese firms release first text message worm

Victims of the Sexy Space worm are even made to pay for every spam message sent through their Symbian OS-based mobile phones by the SMS worm rnrn

China to deploy wireless network for high speed railway

Passengers will be able to make cellular calls even while going through tunnels

Hong Kong earmarks funds for patient data security

After 10 incidents of data loss, with apparently no disclosures of patient information, the city has decided to spend just over US$4 million to improve information security

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