Infosys is, once again, under fire. This time from proxy advisors with an agenda but no identified client. Still, the ignorant Indian media pick it up. Shame on them.
Brexit, Trump, terrorism - are decision-makers getting their heads around the turbulence in the world over the past year or so?
By cutting costs, one author claims British Airways is sowing the seeds of its own demise. It appears many otherwise loyal customers are in agreement. If true then it is in deep trouble.
Posting a good Q1 FY208 is only half the story as Infosys goes through its own transformation journey. The devil - and the signs - are in the detail. All is much more promising than it was a few months ago.
Birmingham City Council is set to sign off on a new deal with Capita today as the lessons from the now-terminated Service Birmingham are taken onboard.
Accenture is now 50% transitioned to The New of cloud and digital services. But the Trump administration's failure to deliver on public sector reform is taking a toll.
Vestas Wind Systems turned to IT outsourcing during a time of duress - it's evolved into a strategic priority. Here's how contract management and machine learning vendor SirionLabs fits in.
It's 18 months since HP spit in two. In the first of two reports, a progress report on the HP Enterprise company finds restructuring and transformation work still to do.
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.