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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Wednesday 28 November 2007: Gartner warns of outsource drivers, NHS database is a security risk.


 

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Wednesday 28 November 2007  

Well that was just waiting to happen, wasn't it? The HMRC data loss  was inevitable given the archaic - and penny-pinching - working practices employed by the UK public sector. Who on earth thought that in the 21st century the best way to transport confidential information was by sticking it in an envelope?


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Threat from lack of investment
Businesses are in danger of losing control of their outsourced IT projects due to a lack of internal IT leadership, poor business sourcing strategies, inadequate relationship building and a failure to provide the right internal resources and skills.
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Outsourcing on cards at L&G
Legal & General is considering outsourcing some of its IT software functions as a result of a review of its systems.
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HCL tops rankings
HCL Technologies has been ranked as the world's No 1 infrastructure outsourcing vendor by the Brown-Wilson Group for The Black Book of Outsourcing - the only Indian company in the top 10.
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Diamonds are Unisys' best friend
The Diamond Trading Company Limited (DTC), sales and marketing arm of the De Beers family of companies, has signed a seven-year, $16.5 million IT outsourcing services contract with Unisys UK.
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Hi-tech outsourcing booms
The global outsourcing market for information technology, business process outsourcing (BPO) and call centre services is expected to continue to grow over the next few years, according to an independent forecast study conducted by research and advisory firm XMG.
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Camelot spins balls with Atos
Camelot has outsourced its SAP back-office operations to a new managed service with Atos Origin.
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NHS central control breaks down
Is the breakdown of central control of the NHS IT project (NpfIT) now underway? BT has renegotiated its £1 billion contract to establish a "best of breed" approach to the software it supplies rather than a rigid one-size-fits-all model.
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Trouble ahead, says Gartner
http://www.outsourcemagazine.co.uk/index.php?page=...

Companies are setting themselves up for trouble by making cutting costs the primary reason for most organisations opting for outsourcing despite unsustainable or unrealistic targets for savings.
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NHS database is a security risk
http://www.outsourcemagazine.co.uk/index.php?page=...

As the government reels from the fall out of the missing Inland Revenue data disks,unwelcome attention has been focused on the security dangers of the central database at the heart of the NHS IT Programme.
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MoD Atlas under fire
http://www.outsourcemagazine.co.uk/index.php?page=...

The Ministry of Defence's (MoD) £5 billion defence IT system has been attacked for changing its systems 22 times and for having only a quarter of its 70,000 systems being ready for installation by July 2007.
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News:

The NASSCOM Animation and Gaming conference occurred in Mumbai last week. NASSCOM appears to want to expand India's outsourcing capacity from predominantly IT to more value-add functions - animation and gaming appears to be one area.

NOA Comment:

This is not revolutionary - India has been talking about moving up the value chain for several years.

However, there are some issues that India has to deal with. The availability of skilled creative professionals is somewhat limited. India's USP is executing the mechanical processes involved in the development of animation and games - something which has a strong correlation with its credentials in the software sector generally - rather than the more creative element. This is something that India will have to develop in order to implement a full managed service outsourcing solution in the animation and gaming industry.

India, currently at least, is not a big market for animation and gaming - the infrastructure (lack of it, that is) and general cultural attitudes to gaming (from parents) means the market is small and will grow slowly. However, the very fact that India is moving into these markets and up the value chain does provide an interesting look into the outsourcing crystal ball.

NOA Events

29th November - The Outsourcing Enterprise - Building core retained capabilities 
                            sponsored by LogicaCMG

11th December - A Masterclass on Sourcing Strategy

For more details on the events please email admin@noa.co.uk


 
Note from the Editor
Threat from lack of investment
Trouble ahead, says Gartner
NHS database is a security risk
MoD Atlas under fire
Outsourcing on cards at L&G
NOA Round-Up
HCL tops rankings
Diamonds are Unisys' best friend
Hi-tech outsourcing booms
Camelot spins balls with Atos
NHS central control breaks down
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