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Category Archives: Mobility

Putting healthcare services at the fingertips of your patients and members

Putting healthcare services at the fingertips of your patients and members

There are a number of mobile platforms on the market today, but who is using them to bring mobility to healthcare?

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The Real World of Internet of Things Services

The Real World of Internet of Things Services

The state of play for the IoT services sector winter 2017 as discussed in the HfS IoT Services Blueprint

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Make your Candidates a Member of the Team Before They’re Employees

Make your Candidates a Member of the Team Before They’re Employees

Does the onboarding process need a touch of mobility and design thinking?

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Accenture buys MOBGEN: indigestion ahead?

Accenture buys MOBGEN: indigestion ahead?

Accenture have acquired MOBGEN. Now comes mixing them with other Accenture assets and ingredients

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Digitally modernizing legacy businesses with your eyes wide open: Hatch a plan to do it profitably

On it's way in or being sunsetted?

'As a service' aspires to partner with clients to facilitate digital modernization, how do we cross the chasm from the old to the new?

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The HfS 2016 Blueprint Research Agenda ...at your service

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The analyst industry's most ambitious 2016 research agenda

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Provider, provider on the wall, who's delivering Trust for Digital?

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HfS unveils the first Trust-as-a-Service Blueprint Report assessing service provider capability in the Digital Security Realm

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Hello As-a-Service Economy, goodbye Outsourcing, Part I

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HfS defines the Eight Ideals of The As-a-Service Economy and the evolution from legacy outsourcing

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HfS unveils the first application testing blueprint report

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HfS unveils the first application testing blueprint report

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#Crazymergerideas - Infopact or Genosys?

Two CEOs clearly up to no good... Genpact's Tiger Tyagarajan (left) and Infosys' Vishal Sikka (right)

What if Infosys and Genpact got a little more intimate with each other...

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