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New accounting standards change the rules of IT leasing

New reporting rules could make IT equipment leasing less attractive, but lessors may be more amenable to meet client demands or offer new value-added services to win over customers.

Written by Stephanie Overby23 Dec. 16 23:00

Grading our 2016 IT outsourcing predictions

We predicted this was the year that security and integration challenges would become key considerations, companies would embrace robotic process automation and offshore captive models, and the IT outsourcing contracting process would become more agile and accommodating. Now it's time to revisit our predictions.

Written by Stephanie Overby17 Dec. 16 01:15

Major IT outsourcing acquisition will have mixed impact

Information Service Group’s purchase of competitor Alsbridge creates a larger, more well-rounded outsourcing advisory, but will also reduce competitive pricing leverage for clients.

Written by Stephanie Overby03 Dec. 16 07:08

6 ways to add cybersecurity protections to outsourcing deals

There is growing concern about how third-party IT services providers are protecting corporate data. Here are six ways IT leaders can better negotiate cybersecurity and data privacy issues.

Written by Stephanie Overby12 Nov. 16 01:23

How blockchain can benefit IT outsourcing providers

IBM and Bank of Tokyo say they’ve developed a smart contract prototype to manage their IT services engagement on a blockchain. Here’s why IT outsourcing deals may be a low-risk proving ground for multiparty blockchain applications.

Written by Stephanie Overby15 Oct. 16 00:10

Controversial H-1B bill pulled from House committee

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee has halted its plan to take up an increasingly controversial H-1B bill. It had been set for a committee vote yesterday.

Written by Stephanie Overby15 Sept. 16 22:29

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