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While its global parent posts its worst quarterly results ever, Unisys in New Zealand is thriving.
A recruitment start-up is using the data crunching abilities of outsourced computing to revolutionise the process of matching candidates to jobs.
The new arm of Stefanini IT Solutions will focus on the Latin American market
Should organisations always build their own data center or is time to outsource and move to the cloud? ZDNet looks at the options and the costs involved.
Data centers range from on-premise facilities running traditional enterprise applications to massive outsourced installations offering a variety of cloud services. We examine the state of play in data center-land, and consider some of the trends that will shape its future.
The importance of proximity for real-time data analytics means even a BPO leader like India will not have as easy a ride to be a hub for such outsourcing.
The service provider already looks after NSW Police's voice network, but will now be responsible for the agency's data network and contact centre as well.
Global spend to reach US$251.7 billion this year, with Asia-Pacific region to see highest growth though Europe sovereign debt issues and China's slowing exports may have impact.
Unstable economy will push Asian companies to transform their business models to become more customer-centric, and IT offerings will become "singular" but more focused, says IDC.
Mobile and social media policies as well as outsourced data, among top security risks businesses today face, industry watchers note, adding mindset of finding solutions only when breaches occur needs to change.
Insurers expand IT budgets in line with economic growth, and more inclined to experiment with tech such as cloud computing and business intelligence, Ovum notes.
Japanese IT vendor unveils three cloud computing services for companies in Southeast Asia, marking start of long-term cloud roadmap aimed at solving some of society's most pressing needs, reveal execs.
Cloud computing will be one of the major forces shaping next-generation data centers, which look set to become smaller and more agile to meet evolving enterprise needs, say market watchers.
Why hardware giants starting to sound like Amazon Web Services? They are all facing a stark reality years from now: No one wants to build their own data centers. Data centers are meant to be outsourced to some other company or taken to the cloud.
New service line from CA Technologies and Capgemini promises to help businesses better manage the collection of complicated energy and carbon footprint information.
In a $600 Million deal to consolidate IT infrastructure across Europe and maintain data centers, Computer Science Corp. outbid HCL systems. Given CSC's presence in India, quite a bit of the work will be still be outsourced to India.
The big issues for CFOs over the last 12 months
Hewlett Packard has inked a five-year outsourcing deal with BP valued at more than $400 million.
Analyst firm says region's IT services market will continue to roll forward in coming year, thanks to enterprise transformation and cloud projects.
Country's single largest investment by an IT vendor, Hewlett-Packard's sixth such facility worldwide will cater to demand for converged infrastructure services and help enterprises modernize IT systems, say company exec.
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