Tag Archives: IP

Why is GIS still stuck in the 1990’s

When I was doing my undergraduate degree and started working as a (Geographic Information Systems) GIS professional over 20 years ago GIS was considered cutting edge across a range of industries from retail, to environmental management and defence. It drove … Continue reading

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To survive IT services vendors must develop a multi-brand strategy

No-one will argue that the level of disruption for technology buyers and sellers is at an all time high. Everything is up for the disruption and will be for the foreseeable term in business time-frames. Therefore every option to win … Continue reading

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Cost increases due to currency will accelerate asset based services in Europe and Australia

The shift towards asset based services, IP, or automation has finally accelerated. This has been a long time coming, and the slow pace of change has been an ongoing frustration for capioIT. Many SI and services organisations have finally begun to apply … Continue reading

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IBM and Apple – Enabling the Individual Enterprise

Much has been written about the announcement by IBM and Apple around their announcement of a partnership to increase enterprise mobility outcomes for organisations of varied size, industry and geography. Clearly it is seen as a positive move for both … Continue reading

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Tata Consultancy Services market cap exceeds a combined Xerox, CGI, Unisys, Capgemini, Fujitsu and CSC with $10 Billion left over

Whilst capioIT has written recently that the Indian vendors are as much legacy IT services providers as IBM, Accenture, CGI or Capgemini, their market capitalisation does not reflect this. If one believes the market is rational (or at least consistently … Continue reading

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capioIT May Newsletter

Attached is some of the content from the capioIT newsletter for May. To sign up for the full and free newsletter please check in here – http://www.capioit.com/#!mailing-list-sign-up/cawx   The year appears to be accelerating rapidly. It is hard to believe … Continue reading

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Chinese Tier 2 and 3 cities need to do a much better job to promote foreign investment

I have visited China for business repeatedly over the last 15 years. As most would be more than aware, the growth on any econometric variable has been sustained and typically staggering. As someone who studied economic and regional development as … Continue reading

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