Infosys is planning 10,000 new US jobs, while rival outsourcing firms expand their own onshore footprint in the US. Is this validation of Donald Trump's America First mantra? And how will domestic US tech providers respond?
Buy and hire American First - nice rhetoric from US President Donald Trump yesterday as he signed another executive order, but not one that takes the H-1B visa debate on that much further for now.
Infosys so-so results for Q4 FY2017 were overshadowed by ongoing public spats between a founder and the board. They served as a distraction that impacted the company.
The threat of canning the current H1-B visa gave the Indian heritage outsourcers something of a fright. Now they have to adjust business models. What does that mean for outsourcers, employees and customers?
The Brexit vote and Trump's election were two major upheavals on a global scale, but for French services provider Atos, it's a case of finding the best way to create opportunities out of the uncertainties.
The shadow of Donald Trump hung over the Nasscom Leadership Forum in Mumbai last week, but Indian tech leaders found reasons to be cheerful.
Capgemini aims to up its digital credentials with a view to expanding its business in North America. It's interesting timing when half the global workforce is in India and President Trump's about to sign another executive order...
2016 was the year of the unexpected; 2017 is the year of volatility. Genpact CEO N. V. Tyagarajan sees the dangers, but also the opportunities for driving digital transformation.
Infosys is never far from the media spotlight. This time, media is focusing on the wrong topic. Instead of worrying about internal disagreements about Panaya's acquisition cost, media needs to focus on Panaya's impact.
Cognizant brings in 80% of its revenues from North American clients, but has 75% of its workforce in India. In these H-1B uncertain times, no wonder it plans to ramp up US headcount.
The fate of the H-1B visa scheme is up in the air following Trump's immigration and travel ban. That has different implications for US outsourcing firms compared to their Indian counterparts as two CEO perspectives illustrate.
I'm always on the lookout for fresh data that shows how CIOs are faring amidst the dual pressures of efficiency and transformation. Enter Computer Economics’ IT Spending and Staffing Outlook for 2017. The results are a tricky mix of pros and cons. Frank Scavo of Computer Economics addresses my burning questions.
Now that AWS offers managed services, its MSP partners are in a dangerous predicament. UKCloud's Bill Mew suggests G-Cloud maps out an escape route.