According to an Information Week report, Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4)[i] has almost run out of addresses for devices. That’s why IPv6 had to be introduced: to ensure that we can move from the 10 billion connected devices today (more than the population of the world) to over 50 billion connected devices in 2020, according […]
Wipro Point of View: T is for Technology, Totality, and Tads Technology has been a cog in the BPO wheel for a while. Today technology is seated at the core of all major BPO deals. Cost benefits are now a given Expectations from outsourcing services are more qualitative in nature Despite the shaken-up economy, BPO […]
Charlie Bess, HP Fellow, HP Enterprise Services, says the outsourcing industry is facing “a different kind of IT and support environment than what we had just a few short years ago.” Here’s how he describes this new environment: More sensors deployed in more parts of a customer’s business giving organizations a deeper understanding of their […]
Aberdeen reports ASPs specializing in CRM will enjoy a growth rate of 84 percent in the next 36 months. The preferred way to outsource is now hosted applications.
Today, ITO may involve customization or development. Outsourcing contracts must reflect this work. Attorneys at Baker& McKenzie discuss four areas of concern.
Outsourcing is changing. Now agreements cover more than one country and may include processes that deal with a company’s lifeblood, its customers. Attornies at Baker & McKenzie explain the legal ramifications of these changes.