Outsourcing typically meant operations in India, but many new regions are emerging.
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An examination of the true state of the IT job market and the need for certification reveals some interesting results.
The Indian outsourcing giant's campus in Mysore, India, features facilities such as a cinema multiplex, bowling alley, rock climbing walls, a running track and gymnasiums.
Wondering what issues are really setting the CIO agenda and keeping tech chiefs up at night? Here's a list from CIOs themselves - and yes, BYOD and cloud are on there.
The Indian outsourcing giant has acquired a minority stake in American big data analytics firm Opera Solutions, which could signal more similar investments by rivals hoping to tap the market.
Cognizant's outlook highlights how customers in key verticals — financial services and healthcare — are spending on business process and cloud overhauls despite economic weakness.
The software sector's focus is shifting from one motivated by scale and cost toward knowledge leadership and execution, as global in-house centers collaborate more with the rest of the ecosystem.
Amid proposals to tighten requirements, the National Foundation for American Policy argues doing so could be a "serious mistake" since the H-1B temporary visas allow high-skilled foreign nationals to work in the U.S. and benefit the overall economy.
Sheer scale of China's resources of IT talent and strong market growth make it the logical successor to India's current IT outsourcing crown, while other regional players will remain niche in appeal.
In order to become more agile and unlock enterprise value, financial services outsourcer Polaris will be split into separate services and products divisions, with each distinct line managed independently by its own CEO.
Ariba, Dell Boomi to unveil collaboration enhancements for networked economy at Ariba Live conference
At its Ariba Live conference next week, Ariba will advance greater collaboration among companies with an enhanced set of tools.
From next week the Indian outsourcing giant will train staff how to use applications that perform low-level, recurring IT tasks, eliminating the need for some human workers and potentially reducing IT cost by some 30 percent.
If you don’t know about the vibrant technology industry in Brazil, you should. In this blog, I’m going to be reporting on what’s happening across all areas of technology in Brazil.
Indian outsourcer Infosys hopes to usher in the next revolution in outsourcing by establishing a center of excellence with an American automation software developer.
Wipro released a cloud product to manage and distribute virtual desktops, but the company may first need to break out of its IT services stereotype in order for it to succeed.
40 percent of the top IT spending Nordic organizations intend to outsource more of their technology operations in the next year.