This is the third blog from Infosys' BG Srinivas from the World Economic Forum in Davos this week. Click here for part 1 and
I wrote a story recently about what mergers and acquisitions in the IT sector mean to CIOs.
It talked about how large suppliers can take technologies to the next level.
This is the second blog from Infosys' BG Srinivas from the World Economic Forum in Davos this week. (click here for part 1)
WEF in the eyes of an Indian IT outsourcing giant - part 2:
As promised here is the first part of a series of blogs that Infosys' European head BG Srinivas has agreed to do for Computer Weekly from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
WEF in the eyes of an Indian IT outsourcing giant - part 1:
My colleague Tony Collins has been following the EDS (now HP) BSkyB court battle since the begining.
This case has been going on for five years and is related to a failed CRM system. It has cost both firms millions of pounds.
This is the second part of a series of blogs a guest blogger is writing for the Inside Outsourcing blog. He was replaced at the company he worked at by an offshore supplier.
Dell has made some brave claims about the opportunity for its services business following its acquisition of Perot Systems.
I have listed the claims with some comments from people I have spoken to. Please tell me what you think.
"1 - The IT industry...
The British Computer Society (BCS) is spreading its reach to IT professionals in India by striking a deal with an Indian IT qualifications provider.
The deal with a company called Brilliant Examination Provider, will Initially see the Indian...
Local government IT is being stretched and with demand increasing and investment decreasing council will be turning to suppliers for services.
I was at the launch of the annual local government report on IT. The report, which is carried out by Socitm, revealed an 11% drop in IT spending...