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    • Job Trends in Digital Media Andrea M. Lewis
    • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
      • + Shortage of US programmers
            • (academic issue)
      • + Wages and Cost Containment
            • (why companies offshore)
      • o Outsourcing Creative and Strategy
      • + Offshore Agencies and Creative Shops
      • + Offshore Content/Deal Makers
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
          • New York as an affinity point
              • For Talent
              • For Companies
              • For International Diversity
              • For Technology
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
      • + Shortage of US programmers
            • (academic issue)
      • + Wages and Cost Containment
            • (why companies offshore)
      • o Outsourcing Creative and Strategy
      • + Offshore Agencies and Creative Shops
      • + Offshore Content/Deal Makers
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
            • Importing vs. Off-Shoring
            • Importing:
              • H1B Visas
              • quota for FY2005 reached by Oct 04
              • quota for FY2006 reached by Aug 05
              • quota for FY2007 reached by Jun 06
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
            • OFF-Shoring:
              • TCS Leads India's IT Push Toward China
              • InformationWeek , July 31, 2006
              • It's opening a joint venture there with three Chinese companies, and Microsoft
              • TCS Set To Launch Chinese Operations, Counts Microsoft As Investor And Customer
              • InformationWeek , July 24, 2006
              • The Chinese operations will employ about 5,000 workers by 2010 and focus on providing offshore services for companies in banking, financial services, and other specialized industries.
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
            • OFF-Shoring:
              • Report: Expect Offshore IT Services Firms To Grow
              • InformationWeek , August 15, 2006
              • Indian companies in particular are investing in remote infrastructure management, onshore data centers, and tools to automate application development and maintenance processes.
              • Despite Bomb Blast, Infosys Shares Rise On Big Quarterly Gains
              • InformationWeek , July 12, 2006
              • Revenues for the 3 months ended June 30 jumped 39%, net income climbed 43%, and the company added 38 new customers.
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
            • OFF-Shoring:
              • Keeping Our Private Info Private In An Online World
              • InformationWeek , August 10, 2006
              • There were a couple of incidents this week that made me stop and think about my own personal data, who has it, and who could get their hands on it.
              • Red Hat CEO Bemoans State Of Education, Tech Talent Pool
              • InformationWeek , June 27, 2006
              • Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik said it's tough to find well-qualified job candidates in the United States who also embrace the open-source movement's entrepreneurial values and culture of innovation.
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
      • + Shortage of US programmers
            • (academic issue)
      • + Wages and Cost Containment
            • (why companies offshore)
      • o Outsourcing Creative and Strategy
      • + Offshore Agencies and Creative Shops
      • + Offshore Content/Deal Makers
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      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
      • + Shortage of US programmers
            • (academic issue)
      • + Wages and Cost Containment
            • (why companies offshore)
      • o Outsourcing Creative and Strategy
      • + Offshore Agencies and Creative Shops
      • + Offshore Content/Deal Makers
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • Wages and Cost Containment
            • why companies offshore:
              • CSC To Cut 1,800 Domestic Jobs, Add 2,000 Offshore Workers
              • InformationWeek , August 09, 2006
              • CSC also says it may close some facilities, according to a Wednesday regulatory filing by the company.
              • HealthCare Latest To Ship IT Work To India
              • InformationWeek , July 17, 2006
              • "We cannot increase our rates, yet healthcare costs are rising," one CIO says. "So if you're dealing with those two things, you are constantly battling your administrative costs to find better ways to do business."
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • NYC & the Global Talent Competition
      • o Outsourcing Product Dev/Programming
      • + Shortage of US programmers
            • (academic issue)
      • + Wages and Cost Containment
            • (why companies offshore)
      • o Outsourcing Creative and Strategy
      • + Offshore Agencies and Creative Shops
      • + Offshore Content/Deal Makers
      • A Big Picture of the Big Apple
        • Technology Companies
            • and
        • Technology within Companies
        • o Core and Non-Core to Business
        • o Operations vs. Strategy
        • o Hands-on vs. Conceptual
    • Big Brands in the Big Apple
      • Big Brands in the Big Apple
      • Financial Services
        • o Applications, Internet, and
          • the Legacy of 9/11
      • o Culture vs. Wages
      • Media Giants
      • o IT vs Digital Media
      • o Maintenance vs. New Product Dev
      • o Creative vs. Technical
      • Big Brands in the Big Apple
        • Crain’s NY area’s Largest Software Companies – by # of development personnel (Aug 28, 2006)
        • “ Despite outsourcing pressures, employment a the 25 largest software companies in the NY area rose 3.8% in the past year to almost 15,000 workers.”
        • Firms showing Increase over 2005:
        • Cognizant , CA, Starpoint, Computer Generated Solutions , DoubleClick, Ness , RSG Systems, Innodata , NumerIX, OpenLink, Random Walk, DataSynapse, Sandata , Net@Work, Sofware Engineering of America, RCS Inc., IconNicholson .
      • Big Brands in the Big Apple
        • Crain’s NY area’s Largest Software Companies
        • KEY CLIENTS & GROWTH AREAS
        • Cognizant (100%): MetLife, IMS Healthcare, JP Morgan Chase
        • CA: AXA Financial, Sallie Mae, Caterpillar
        • Starpoint: JP Morgan Chase, Wellington Management, Citigroup
        • Computer Generated Solutions (70%):
            • Jones New York, Marc Jacobs, Brooks Brothers
        • DoubleClick (13%): AOL, eBay, MySpace
        • Ness: Pfizer, Wyeth, Cushman & Wakefield
        • RSG Systems: Viacom, Discovery, Lifetime
        • Innodata : Reed Elsevier, Nortel, Boeing
        • Sandata (78%): Visiting Nurse, Family Health. Catholic Cmnity
        • Net@Work: Equinox Fitness, Benjamin Moore, Daewoo
        • RCS Inc.: Clear Channel, CBS Radio, Citadel Broadcasting
        • IconNicholson: Nestle Waters, Mastercard, Bristol-Myers
      • Big Brands in the Big Apple
      • Financial Services
        • o Applications, Internet, and
          • the Legacy of 9/11
      • o Culture vs. Wages
      • Crain’s Key Clients:
        • GE, Merrill Lynch, Prudential, MetLife, JP Morgan Chase, AIG, Deutsche, Mastercard, CitiGroup
      • Others:
        • Goldman Sachs, CSFB, UBS, American Express, HSBC, Bank of America, Bloomberg, etc.
      • Big Brands in the Big Apple
      • Media Giants
      • o IT vs Digital Media
      • o Maintenance vs. New Product Dev
      • o Creative vs. Technical
      • Crain’s Key Clients:
        • Viacom, Discovery, Lifetime, Clear Channel, CBS Radio, Citadel Broadcasting, AOL, eBay, MySpace
      • Others:
        • News Corp, ABC-Disney, NBC Vivendi Universal (GE), Bertelsmann, Time Warner, Cablevision, Sony
    • IT is the core of Digital Media
    • IT is the core of Digital Media Are you relevant? o Digital Content : Mobile/Wireless, Broadband, Online, Games Are you worthy? o Pricing and pitching yourself for the Creative Journey
      • IT is the core of Digital Media
        • Digital Content
        • Mobile/Wireless
        • Broadband
        • Online
        • Games*
      Content Software Hardware Platform Device
      • IT is the core of Digital Media
      • Are you relevant?
      • o Digital Content, Mobile/Wireless,
      • Broadband, Online, Games
      • Job Titles in Digital Media:
        • Digital Media Content Programmers, Design Director, Creative Director, Information Architect, User Experience Designer, Product Developer, Technology Product Developer, Lead Designer, Lead Engineer, Product Manager, Project Manager, Business Development, Online Producer, Executive Producer, Analyst, Online Advertising Sales Executives, Graphic designers, digital artists, freelance creative talent, digital video editors, motion graphics, etc.
    • IT is the core of Digital Media Are you relevant? Strategist Operations, Marketing, Sales Product Development Graphics/User Interface *Front-End Development* Architecture Back-End Development Strategy Concepts Hands-On
    • IT is the core of Digital Media Are you worthy? Pricing and pitching yourself for the Creative Journey Culture Autonomy Income
    • Big Brands + Digital Media in the Big Apple Thank You Very Much ? Q & A ?