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Category Archives: IT Outsourcing / IT Services

Look into my eyes – I can see the future.

Look into my eyes – I can see the future.

The future of outsourcing is linked very strongly to the future of technology and its use in the enterprise – often it’s very hard to distinguish between the trends of these two things.

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Frank D'Souza: We're now experiencing the biggest shift since the Internet

Frank D'Souza: We're now experiencing the biggest shift since the Internet

HfS analyst Phil Fersht interviews Cognizant CEO Francisco "Frank" D'Souza on the shift to Digital and Cognizant's navigation through the industry's choppy waters of 2016

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Don’t let our crazy orthogonal ideas be pecked to death by negativity

Don’t let our crazy orthogonal ideas be pecked to death by negativity

It’s only when you make cerebral room to nurture some crazy, orthogonal thinking do you create inspirational work like the Digital OneOffice

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IT’s relationships with the business functions – get better at supporting them, or risk getting bumped

IT’s relationships with the business functions – get better at supporting them, or risk getting bumped

Which part of business engage most successfully with IT? IT needs to engage more with HR

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Millennials: A Generation of Digital Natives stretch IT Services to their limits

Millennials: A Generation of Digital Natives stretch IT Services to their limits

Sweeping generalisations about an entire generation are often far from the truth.

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Why even the Beeb needs sourcing standards

Why even the Beeb needs sourcing standards

HfS interviews Jim Hemmington of the BBC and Chris Halward of the GSA about global sourcing standards and how the Beeb does if for 1.4 billion pounds of annual external spend

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By golly, HfS hires Ollie...

By golly, HfS hires Ollie...

HfS has hired Ollie O'Donoghue as senior analyst for IT services

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DXC’s challenges represent a microcosm of a services industry in perilous transition

DXC’s challenges represent a microcosm of a services industry in perilous transition

Welcome to the new DXC, where changing the name alone won't halt the nose-dive

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The spreading outsourcing disease: barely a third of buyers see real value in their current provider relationships

The spreading outsourcing disease: barely a third of buyers see real value in their current provider relationships

Private poll of 60 enterprise buyers at the NY HfS Summit yields a depressing state of affairs for current outsourcing relationships

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The traditional outsourcing model is officially out of value, but the future is bright for co-innovation partnerships

The traditional outsourcing model is officially out of value, but the future is bright for co-innovation partnerships

The door is wide open for ambitious providers willing to invest in developing their talent, but closing firmly shut for those perpetuating what worked in the past

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