A growing number of businesses are now using VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) to route voice traffic over their computer networks. So how do you keep malicious hackers from listening to your calls? Outsourcing can help.
When Sunoco decided to transform its IT infrastructure, it performed 90 percent of its IT services in-house. After an honest assessment of its deficiencies, the refiner decided to outsource 90 percent of its infrastructure to multiple suppliers. The key to that successful transformation was changing how Sunoco defined the work, according to Tim Murtha. From his new book.
From the moment of his 1999 signature approving two-thirds of the proposed HIPAA regulations, President Clinton tossed the healthcare industry a hot potato. So now the industry is forced to start changing the way it was doing business.
As the outsourcing industry heads into 1999, Richard Raysman, an attorney with the New York firm of Brown Raysman Millstein Felder and Steiner LLP, expects to see not only larger transactions, but an expansion of the services being outsourced.