Could telecoms, utilities and Financial services be the first sectors out of recession?
Wipro announce its results today. It posted strong results but admitted the...
With stories all over the IT press about UK IT workers losing their jobs to offshore staff we thought it would be good to hear the story from the horse's as it were.
An IT worker who lost his job at a major financial services business has agreed to do a series of blogs for us...
Satyam may have avoided becoming India's Enron but there could be another fraud around the corner.
The Federation of Small Business is calling on the government to review contingency planning following the chaos caused by the snow.
This could be a...
Another set of predictions for outsourcing in 2010.
This time it is Kit Burden, partner and head of technology and sourcing at legal firm DLA Piper.
I am begining to see lots of correlations between predictions from diffrent people. Thatr must be a good thing.
Today I contacted professor Leslie Wilcocks, one of the experts on outsourcing at the London School of Economics.
I was calling him about the
HP's woes contiunue as the Department of Work & Pensions ends an outsourcing agreement with the supplier.
According to a report in the Register Fujitsu Services is replacing HP.
Details are still thin on the...
Another set of predictions for 2010 and this time 12 from service provider Steria.
Actually quite a good list I think.
I think number three is interesting. Somebody mentioned that this would increase in outsourcing. Even sourcing firms will have to take on an element risk.
So Infosys announced increased sale and profits today. Compared to some of its growth rates over the last decade it might appear a