This week - Retail personalization gets a critique; millennials get a decoder ring. Plus: (finally) getting value out of big data. Oracle hits an earnings bump; weather broadcasting hits an integrity wall. That's not the only whiff either.
French firm Atos is paying out to acquire digital credentials in the shape of Indian supplier Syntel.
In part 2 of a discussion with Ali Ghodsi of Databricks, the growth of data as an economy in its own right, coupled with the way AI and ML will be needed to exploit it, comes into focus.
TCS just made history as India's first $100 billion market cap company. Longer term, there's a focus on innovation as digital adoption thinking among users evolves.
Examining Infosys CEO's latest strategy musings. There's little time and Infosys has a lot of catching up to do.
The KFC chicken outage is costing the company a small fortune. We crunch some of the numbers. They're eye watering.
Capgemini is doubling down on digital and cloud services as the big ticket outsourcing deals morph or wind down.
Cognizant took a hit due to changes to the tax regime, but it's got a Trump-friendly message to pitch around the US workforce.
Infosys Q3 FY2018 was not remarkable, neither was it calamitous. What the new CEO had to say though hints of a conservative future.
Wipro SVP Hiral Chandrana and Appirio CEO Chris Barbin speak to us about teaming up to win new business and the impact of AI and RPA on IT services
Ill-considered AI adventures could backfire on organizations as badly as poor outsourcing, warns outsourcing leader Tiger Tyagarajan.
With a renewed enterprise focus, HR and payroll BPO provider NGA HR gets ready for the emerging era of packaged HR transformation
Getting the most bang for the buck in large ERP landscapes is a must-do item. Read how Jones Packaging improved service levels and freed up cash for innovation with Rimini Street third party maintenance.