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Salesforce Votes with its (Large) Wallet on Slack in Bid for Outright Enterprise Collaboration Leadership
Clients using both Slack and Salesforce can expect even better functionality in future.
Many of ISG’s clients are beginning to look at application-based pricing as an alternative to traditional managed services contract pricing.
ISG got a glimpse of how DB Systel successfully moved its sophisticated SAP ecosystem to the AWS cloud.
Customer experience is a critical differentiator for most enterprises today. Enterprises that innovate and deliver better experiences are able to sustain and thrive in a competitive environment.
ISG has been helping healthcare organizations achieve their goals through rapid cost takeout, organizational change management, digital business model transformation, innovative sourcing solutions and intelligent automation.
The theme of the Orange Virtual Analyst Days 2020 was the promotion of Engage 2025, a new program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the low-touch, high-care digital economy.
Over the last few years, in-flight connectivity (IFC) has been deployed across a significant portion of the global aircraft fleet and gained traction due to the ever-increasing demand for bandwidth.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll across sectors, with the aerospace industry feeling the impact especially hard.
The cyber threat landscape is evolving, and the potential danger and volume of incidents continue to rise.
IT services company Mphasis has a unique pedigree including parent organizations EDS, HP and Blackstone and a dramatic 2018 financial turn-around story that marked its 20th year in operation.
HCL recently launched London-based SAP Cloud Natives Labs to focus on client-facing ideation, prototyping and development of new cloud-native solutions.
Orange Business Services (Orange) has been progressing steadily from being a major French enterprise communications and related managed services provider to becoming a global player delivering end-to-end IT and integration services.
Outsourcing has become increasingly prevalent across several segments of the commercial aviation industry, from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to airline operators and logistic vendors managing specific parts of the airport operations.
The application and infrastructure requirements of enterprises today present a unique conundrum to IT service providers.
Global IT service provider Atos is enhancing its core business to not only keep pace with the current market trends but, in fact, to disrupt them.
Atos has embarked on its Advance 2021 strategy, with a new digital value proposition that focuses on intelligent data platforms, a multiple infrastructure ecosystem and vertical solution expertise.