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Act global locally: Localization VS Globalization

Looking at news like these (India reaps $23.6B in outsourcing revenue) makes me wonder what are we all doing (wrong) all this time?

Questions are (as usual) the triggers that need to be fired
  • So today call centers/back offices, tomorrow the whole operations?
  • How to stop it all?
  • What are we doing wrong all the time?
  • Can we stop it?
  • How will it affect our economy and socio-political status on the global arena?
And lots more (If you aren't asking these questions, you better start asking them like RIGHT NOW!!!

More of this in a few minutes...

OK so time is a bitch and I don't have it ;-). So I went ahead and podcasted about it.

More questions, we know vitualization is going to be the market driver for the year 2006 and beyond and VMware is doing great work at it. How will it help us look more locally than globally.

Ok so listen on...


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