Profile of Patrick ThibodeauFreelance Reporter
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Patrick Thibodeau is a reporter covering enterprise technologies, including supercomputing, workplace trends and globalization. His work on outsourcing and H-1B visa issues has been widely cited, read on the floor of the U.S Senate, and has received national awards for enterprise and investigative reporting from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). He has more than 20 years of experience as a tech reporter, most recently as a senior editor at Computerworld.
Articles by Patrick Thibodeau
Customer-facing kiosks are taking on a new look, and providing retailers, restaurants and other businesses with new functions, such as sizing up potential customers.
California legislators this month approved a bill prohibiting state universities from contracting for services performed by workers outside of the United States that would displace California employees.
There may be evidence that the movement to cloud computing and workplace automation is slowing IT hiring.
A University of Texas supercomputer offers hope to help save lives when the next hurricane hits land.
You probably have noticed that the number of administrative assistants has declined over the years. Now, digital assistants and outsourcers may be ready to replace those who remain.
An IoT project in a manufacturing plant helped to change the role of the IT group at French auto supplier Faurecia.
Some companies believe that collaboration in today's agile workplace suffers when employees are full-time telecommuters.
There are lessons to be learned by CIOs planning outsourcing projects in the dueling lawsuits involving MillerCoors and HCL.