Information technology outsourcing

  • December 10, 2003 10 Dec'03

    CIOs caught in middle of offshore storm

    Indiana's move to restrict the offshore outsourcing of state jobs is just the latest squall in a political storm -- a storm that CIOs can't seem to escape.

  • December 04, 2003 04 Dec'03

    Steps to Success: Know what you're getting into with offshore outsourcing

    Thinking about hopping aboard the offshore bandwagon? You'd better know what you're doing before you sign the dotted line. Five steps could help keep your offshore venture from turning into an ordeal.

  • November 18, 2003 18 Nov'03

    Outsourcing: IT's all about China?

    Today may belong to India, but tomorrow is all China. That's what one CEO says about the direction of offshore outsourcing.

  • November 17, 2003 17 Nov'03

    IT demand management key for business effectiveness

    Internal efficiency just isn't enough. According to researchers with InterUnity Group, IT demand management (ITDM) is what separates market leaders from market followers.

  • November 11, 2003 11 Nov'03

    10 secrets of successful offshore software development, part 2

    If you want to get some extra "oomph" from offshore software development, "extrasourcing" could be the ticket.

  • November 10, 2003 10 Nov'03

    10 secrets of successful offshore software development, part 1

    You've heard of outsourcing. You've heard on insourcing. But have you heard of extrasourcing? It could bring your firm 10 benefits.

  • October 30, 2003 30 Oct'03

    SAS CEO: Offshore outsourcing 'has been bothering me'

    LAS VEGAS -- The co-founder and CEO of the world's largest privately held software firm is "perplexed" and torn by the offshore outsourcing wave. But he came to an important realization. Jim Goodnight of Cary, N.C.-based SAS Institute Inc. talked ...

  • October 28, 2003 28 Oct'03

    Gartner: Business units to drive more outsourcing deals

    Who's going to be calling the shots when it comes to outsourcing? Business people. That means IT people and the companies that serve them need to bone up on their business terms if they don't want to be bucked off the bandwagon.

  • October 27, 2003 27 Oct'03

    Start spreadin' the news: NY firm flexes onshore model

    Excess capacity plus the popularity of outsourcing equal a nice new business for one firm and an onshore option for others.

  • October 22, 2003 22 Oct'03

    Intel, HP chiefs praise offshore outsourcing

    It may be unpopular with U.S. workers, but Craig Barrett and Carly Fiorina say offshore outsourcing is essential. Separately, they made their cases at the Gartner ITxpo.

  • October 15, 2003 15 Oct'03

    Experts: Security melding with recovery

    Enterprises are finding it necessary to integrate security with their recovery, business continuity and availability strategies, and more of those responsibilities are being assumed by CSOs.

  • October 14, 2003 14 Oct'03

    Should you be a global manager?

    More worldly business leaders, as well as more willing workers, are making a world of difference between today's global economy and yesterday's more insular economy. One CEO shares his experience.

  • October 13, 2003 13 Oct'03

    Analyst: Find savings in administrative fat

    Consolidation and cutbacks are obvious ways to save money. But there are other ways CIOs can use IT to trim the corporate fat.

  • October 09, 2003 09 Oct'03

    Giga goof a study in conflict

    September proves that researchers and vendors make for some odd and conflicted bedfellows, while offshore outsourcing draws some tangible wrath in the U.S.

  • October 08, 2003 08 Oct'03

    Gartner: Walk, don't run offshore

    Cost savings may be tempting bait, but don't let it alone lure you offshore. When it comes to app development, Gartner says there may be more satisfying rewards here at home.