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.
The airport’s bid for London’s next runway may still be up in the air, but Gatwick CIO Michael Ibbitson is clear on the technology route that the airport needs to take.
Mobile and network operators are having to tap into OTT application deals to salvage declining revenues in SMS and voice.
When profit is sacrificed for growth by saas companies then cash drains quickly. Is there a solution for a market that rewards growth but not profit?
Zach Nelson took the stage at SuiteWorld today to deliver his (delayed) keynote address