The Vultures are Circling...Last week, we wrote how parts of BearingPoint may be sold off (see Disintegration of BearingPoint).
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Many writers explore just one tech sector. Brian looks at the entire tech ecosystem to better understand the often conflicted relationships between software vendors, integrators, outsourcers and more.
Brian is currently CEO of TechVentive, a strategy consultancy serving technology providers and other firms. He is also a research analyst with Vital Analysis.
Spam: Let’s Re-Define ‘Obscene Profits’I took a great call today with Garth Bruen of Knujon (“No Junk” spelled backwards). Garth’s volunteer organization monitors spam and works with Internet registrars to throttle the miscreants who fill our in-boxes with this junk.
Your Tech Vendor is Just NOT That Into You!Is your tech vendor really your ‘strategic partner’?
The stakes are growing as uncertainty continuesSatyam is another services firm with some retention issues: employees and clients.Let’s start with the client erosion issue first.
More than bankruptcy to worry aboutBearingPoint, the consultancy that once was part of KPMG, has entered a very different era in its history. The firm’s U.
Enterprise 10 screen shotsPlanview’s Mega Announcement: Enterprise 10Checking the news these days is often depressing with the words ‘cutbacks’ and ‘recession’ being in most headlines. What we hear too little of are words like ‘expansion’, ‘bigger’, ‘more’, etc.
Inventory of H-1B Visa Woes & What’s Needed for Positive ChangeU.S.
What would Newton tell today's CIOsSir Isaac Newton’s Second Law of Physics posits that Force is equal to Mass times Acceleration (F=M x A). While this factoid is something many of us learned in high school, it is one of those laws that is bedeviling IT departments and one that IT groups want help with in solving.
A Small Scale Success - Big LessonsFellow ZDNet blogger Michael Krigsman writes a lot about project failures. He and I communicate frequently as these failures almost always involve package software and/or a systems integrator.
Certainly, it’s an interesting proposal that IBM has put forward to its former employees.According to a ComputerWorld article,“Some of the workers being let go by IBM have a chance to remain with the company — if they're willing to move to Brazil, India, China or a dozen other low-wage countries.