Businesses outsourcing their IT have never been more aware of the risks of leaving staff welfare in the hands of service providers.
We have all seen the troubles that HP has had recently with workers it picked up through its deal with the DWP. HP workers who joined as part of its...
Suppliers will be hanging on the words of Joe Harley, the Department of Work and Pensions CIO, who said after announcing a deal with Fujitsu, that there are...
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.
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.
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...
This is a list of what I think are the top ten outsourcing stories I wrote last year. I have ranked them in terms of the number of people that clicked on the articles.
Obviously there were massive stories written by other people. But what were the best?
Some of the important stories in the outsourcing sector this week.
HP workers call off a strike.
This story is significant because if the workers at the...
Outsourcing IT can be controversial. As a result there is always lots to write about.
Here are a selection of links to interesting stories so far this week.
1 - https://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/12/03/239567/1000-angry-HP-EDS-staff-vote-to-strike.htm