While G4S has managed to make a strong comeback in the six months to June, Serco is still suffering losses from an extensive restructuring programme.
CSC's announced a new cloud services alliance with IBM, nicely timed to draw the eye away from a bump in the road of its attempts to revive its fortunes.
Cognizant turns in disappointing numbers and lowered guidance for 2014; Infosys and TCS pay the price as investors get jittery.
ServiceMax's CMO Stacey Epstein says that Oracle's TOA acquisition may disrupt existing relationships between Salesforce and TOA, leaving more room for ServiceMax to grow.
While Oracle’s takeover of TOA Technologies has sparked M&A activity in the field services space, ServiceNow is planning expansion into new areas in order to grow its service management footprint.
A Frenchman who's not taking the whole of August off on vacation? That's how important Atos planned takeover of Bull is to the services giant.
Were Unisys' results bad enough to render Wall Street dumb? Hardly - but they do point to the ongoing pain of transition to a cloud-enabled world order for the enterprise establishment.
Hear from two professional services organizations who left spreadsheets behind in favor of tracking and reporting using a cloud-based system
We now live in a world where the need for software developers has extended outside of tech companies and into most industries – competition for the best is tough and supply is short.
As CEO S.D Shibulal steps down, the Vishal Sikka era begins at Infosys on 1 August, with innovation and attrition being two of the items near the top of a lengthy to-do list.