Aecom's 'environment is too unique and difficult for cheap labour', insider warns as engineering giant's IT outsourcing mega-deal turns sour
Source close to the deal claims that the Aecom board are starting to realise the deal was a mistake, and that employees are being treated "like crap"
The outsourcing giant's profit warning is ringing alarm bells for public and private sector IT
Ellison suggested only last month that Amazon and Salesforce will continue to rely on Oracle database technology for the foreseeable future
Nigel Crockford, business development manager at IT consultancy eSpida explains why running-to-failure is not helping your business grow
A panel of CIOs at a recent Computing event discuss their strategies for mitigating risks to their data in the cloud
ORDERFOX.com connects manufacturers and buyers in a dynamic fashion
John Abel, head of technology and cloud UK, Ireland and Israel at Oracle also admits that cloud isn't cheaper, and that it can represent a risk to CIOs, and the wider IT department
Three CIOs discuss the traits they want to see if they're going to engage with a partner in a major technology deal
Like manufacturing, services sector is about to experience a wave of automation says Arvind Mehrotra of outsourcing giant NIIT
Bimodal or 'two-speed' IT also set to increase, although firms admits concerns over the skills and experience needed to run this model
Remote working has enabled multiple cost savings at Registers
More than half of US SMBs now use an external service provider; that number will rise as the need for security grows.
Serco claims that Glasgow City Council didn't follow an open competitive process before awarding £400m contract to CGI
BBC claims that new contract will cut costs by one-third compared to existing £2bn Atos contract
City investment firm dumps IFDS over UK Platform Transformation project and shifts the work to FNZ
When outsourcing goes wrong, it can go very expensively wrong...
Project Aurora will see data centre operations roles moved to IBM, then offshore
Inside source suggests at least two major projects are delayed, while smaller projects are being rushed through before staff are lost
Further details emerge from Aecom's decision to outsource its entire IT to IBM. "Visibly nervous and flustered" CIO Tom Peck delivered the news
Thousands of IT redundancies possible as world's largest engineering firm scraps its entire IT department, with many employees facing an uncertain future
Cuts linked to customers moving to cloud, and not Brexit, Japanese company states
Operations grapple with need for end-to-end visibility, but this must be allied with a close understanding of the user experience in order for IT to properly align with the business, says software company
RSA Insurance Group CIO Darren Price discusses the business factors driving the company's huge digital transformation programme, and explains why he won't be rushed into hiring a new chief digital officer