HfS has published a Blueprint Primer Report that evaluates this emerging Digital Transformation services landscape
The services world has already started to change – and those who are only just realizing this may already be too late
I wanted to draw your attention to HfS’ enterprise mobility analyst, Ned May, who focused on the simple fact that this alliance finally gets Apple into the enterprise through the front door
Until our industry takes the painful steps to fix the current legacy it has created, many will likely fail in creating a new era of Digital services
Simply plastering more and more lipstick on the same old pig is eventually going to fail for many as Integrated Global Services becomes the future model of choice
The Infy old guard make a bold statement to the world by putting the popular tech innovator, Vishal Sikka, in charge of rediscovering that elusive Infosys mojo
One issue that is increasingly rearing its ugly head is the ridiculous – and often insane – demands industry analysts are placing on providers of technology and business services to pony up client references for their scatterplot charts.
Close to a third of enterprises are increasing the offshore component with their service providers, and a fifth with their own shared services
Not only does TCS enjoy the highest revenue growth in the IT services industry, it is also the most profitable – so what’s the secret sauce?
This June we are assembling the ultimate pool of European and American services talent to duke it out on the hallowed lawns of Cambridge’s Gonville and Caius College
HfS releases the 2014 Cloud Infrastructure Services Blueprint Report: Accenture, Amazon, HP, IBM and Wipro lead the pack
Today’s services winners do not have to become tomorrow’s also-rans if they are smart enough to make discreet investments in the disruptive business models of the future