CIO.com talked to Som Mittal, departing president of NASSCOM, about immigration policy and protectionist politics in the U.S., political and economic instability at home, and what the future holds for the Indian IT services industry.
Is being considered a job hopper the kiss of death for job seekers or is it the new norm? It all depends on the underlying reasons and how it's presented.
There are a lot of myths about Canada-most related to the country's climate-but these misconceptions actually leave some wondering if Canada might be a good location for a data center.
If you avoid some gotchas and keep a close eye on resource usage, you can have a handy server in the Amazon cloud for free.
Like any other major business and technology initiatives, outsourcing comes with risks, regardless of how experienced the outsourcing provider is or how good the move looked initially.
All companies great and small will eventually work with a SaaS provider. In most cases, the standard contract should suffice, but CIOs will never know what they can add (or subtract) if they don't ask.
Red Hat’s think tank has always sworn by open-source, and believes that it’s the key to unleashing next-gen technologies. With IoT storming the enterprise, the pitch remains the same. Here’s why Red Hatters believe open-source is where you ought to put your money.
Adriana Karaboutis, Global CIO at Dell, speaks about being a part of business transformation and the internal IT team’s role in helping make this happen in rapid time.
Kapil Pal, Head-IT, Pepsico India, speaks about the changes CIOs must look forward to in order to adapt to current trends in the Indian outsourcing industry.
Network World chats with John Hurley, CEO of SmartFile, about how enterprise IT departments can embrace "rogue users" and "Shadow IT" instead of shutting them down.
SAP Labs has defined the way enterprises function. It did it with HANA first and now with S/4HANA. Dilipkumar Khandelwal, MD, SAP Labs discusses what helps it make the cut.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 06 - 10 January, 2014, we talk about the status of Microsoft's CEO search, NASSCOM appointing a new president, wearable tech making a strong showing at CES 2014, Intel dropping the McAfee name, and Tablets out-shipping PCs in the current year.
Visual effects studio Pixomondo has deployed Dell processing platforms to help produce the latest series of "Game of Thrones" and parts of the new "Star Trek Into Darkness" film.
IT & T is among the top three industries with a strong intention to hire in Hong Kong, said recruitment agency Hudson recently.
The forecast for spending on devices in 2013 has been revised down from 7.9 percent growth in Gartner's previous forecast to 2.8 percent.
Despite shared services’ proven track record, multitudes of Indian CIOs haven't really gotten their feet wet yet. Here’s why—and how—they should.
Many people are outraged by this, feeling that a service provider should take responsibility for ensuring 100% (or at least "five nines") of service availability. Amazon's attitude, they imply, is irresponsible.
The United States government is no exception, as the administration's Cloud First policy is driving federal agencies to move essential systems to the cloud-and fast.
Darwinism is no stranger to IT. Given the pace of innovation, today's plum post is almost always one shift away from becoming tomorrow's pink slip.