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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in May 2004
The director of technology innovation at the Navy's Network and Space Operations Command says he plans to bolster and standardize security requirements in software outsourcing pacts.
Aon Corp. is close to turning over the operation of its U.S. IT infrastructure to Computer Sciences Corp. for better management and information security.
An informal survey at a conference indicates that execs are prepared to weather bad press to cash in on offshore-outsourcing savings.
GE expects to surpass former CEO Jack Welch's goal of putting 70% of outsourced work in low-cost countries.
Technology is a hybrid between thin-client computing and local-processing power
Outsourcers answer customers' demands for change by offering new service and pricing models, expanding geographically, and standardizing technology
The oil refiner doesn't dismiss the reports; it just says it's too early to say. It wants to lop off $850 million in IT-ops cut.
The pair will jointly sell information- and communications-technology services to big and small businesses in Europe.
Oil giant Shell inks a far-reaching IT services agreement with IBM and Wipro Technologies.