Profile of Paul McDougallEditor At Large, InformationWeek
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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
IBM will continue to develop both platforms, an executive promises, and the FileNet name will live on.
Companies have been burned by outsourcing. That has taught some hard lessons.
New internal e-mails filed as evidence in a wrongful dismissal suit apparently show IT executives receiving hard-to-find sports tickets and other favors from vendors, trying to use IT spending to lure customers for Morgan Stanley's banking business, and trying to electronically wall off top executives from being contacted by whistle-blowers. Morgan Stanley says the allegations are rubbish.
The company names three executives to lead the $46 billion business unit after the current head leaves to join a private equity firm.
Ram Charan, consultant and author, tells IT leaders what they need to focus on to move up in business.
Effort allows insurance company to use Indian service provider to test and maintain business applications.
CSC will provide insurance-administration software and related services under the $17.6 million contract.
Carrier says IBM will help it build a unified claims-processing center and more self-service systems for customers. Co-sourced arrangement will also lead to achieving certification at CMM Level 3.
Canada Life signed a deal with IBM under which the rates it pays the vendor for IT support will be linked to the number of policies its group insurance division processes.