I’m blogging along with Dan Farber and David Berlind from the Gartner Symposium/IT Expo this week. What follows are some key strategic planning assumptions and summaries from the sessions I attended yesterday, all from different tracks.
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My entry yesterday about the decline of interest in outsourcing drew some long-winded opinion from our readers. Most impressive is a Talkback from member Repeal, whose commentary packs quote and after quote of historical figures thatblast the powers of the modern corporation.
Analyst Views published a report yesterday that rounds up what some analyst firms (i.e.
The Indian IT outsourcer hopes to expand its US workforce in order to be more responsive to local clients.
A report released today from research firm Forrester suggests that most firms that have not already hired a CDO are not planning to do so in the near future.
The Randstad-commissioned study indicated a growing belief among IT workers that the economy is strengthening, with confidence jumping up 10 percentage points as per the study's measurements.
No specific plans were laid out for the utilization of the new funding, but for now it sounds like it will be used to boost the company's global footprint, which already includes roughly 190 countries.
Some professional bloggers complain of the stressful demands of a constant flow of news and comment.The New York TimesThe stress of blogging: Why I didn't make the cut (ZDNet)
Restaurants such as McDonald's and Panera Bread are leading the charge toward automation in the quick-service food industry, which offers an important example of how the labor market is transforming.
Game publisher says Warren Jenson, who has been with the company since 2002, is set to remain on staff through September 30.(From Reuters)