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With cloud, potentially everyone and no one outsources IT.
The world continues to change rapidly for Indian IT services firms. Here's a peek into how they may evolve, and the forces scripting this change.
Offshore outsourcing may begin to lose its appeal as technology management is increasingly automated.
The German division will finish its outsourcing exercise by 2015, and affected jobs will be in the network technology, IT and customer service units.
The company will make a hundred redundancies at most in its UK Global Technology Services outsourcing operations, a source at IBM has said
Is the technology industry at fault for outsourcing? Is it at fault for a decline in American jobs? Wait -- did it actually increase them? Who wins? I'm confused.
Financial institutions need to ensure robust systems in place before they adopt technology, as they face rising concerns of cyberattacks, payment card fraud and cloud outsourcing vulnerabilities.
Insurance giant IAG has confirmed it is currently examining bids from a number of technology outsourcing partners to support its NRMA Insurance brand, amongst rumours that the company will offload a portion of its technology operation to a provider in India.
Preowned IT goods can help boost brand value and compete against lower priced products, notes refurbished equipment seller, adding that second-hand market can benefit primary marketplace in many ways.
Gone are the days when CIOs demanded their shareholders underpin massive technology investments in ERP and infrastructure. Those investments have been made, and most CEOs intend never again to make capital outlays of that ilk on technology. Enter the Cloud. This is driving a new inflection point in the provisioning of business services, that goes far beyond straightforward outsourcing.
The National Australia Bank (NAB) has finally revealed specifics surrounding its technology outsourcing deal with IT giant IBM.
Ask someone to describe their IT department and the words "geeky" and "EQ challenged" will likely pop up. But, is the image of an awkward bespectacled nerd whose eyes never seem to leave the floor, a misconception of techies in the industry today?
The National Australia Bank (NAB) is considering outsourcing some of its IT infrastructure to technology giant IBM.
This morning top-tier bank Westpac revealed it would renew its comprehensive technology outsourcing contract with IBM for a further five years, with the bank's technology chief Bob McKinnon stating the relationship had improved greatly in recent years.
Offshore outsourcing in information technology, finance and other back office functions such as human resources has nixed 1.1 million jobs since 2008 and will result in another 1.3 million positions lost by 2014, according to research from the Hackett Group.
Cognizant extended a multi-year pact with 3M for business process outsourcing, consulting and technology services.
Westpac technology tsar Bob McKinnon today praised the bank's long-term outsourcing partner IBM, but didn't appear quite as enthusiastic about Big Blue's German rival when asked why the bank had settled on CSC's Hogan core banking platform rather than that of SAP.
Country's new head of Commission on ICT pledges to establish "good governance" through e-government initiatives across public sector, push outstanding ICT-related bills and drive local BPO sector.
Cognizant, an IT outsourcing company with significant operations in India, will acquire Galileo Performance, which provides technology testing consulting services to primarily French customers.
HP's Anton Knolmar on seeking innovations to enterprise IT challenges at Software Universe conference
There are a lot of things going on at the moment around virtualization, cloud, outsourcing, on-premise, off-premise. I think that over the next five or six years, there will be an even greater disruptions in how organizations adopt and use technology.