Stephanie Overby

Stephanie Overby is a regular contributor to CIO.com and CIO magazine. Disclosure: She also writes for Hewlett-Packard's marketing website TechBeacon.

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How Brexit will impact global CIOs, IT services

How Brexit will impact global CIOs, IT services

Global CIOs must begin planning now for the impact of Brexit on their IT services and outsourcing strategies

Mobile-only banking startup bets on bots

Mobile-only banking startup bets on bots

Companies are implementing artificial intelligence technology for customer service. Here's a look at how Atom Bank is incorporating WDS Virtual Agent software from Xeros

IT outsourcing customers cling to cost-savings mindset

IT outsourcing customers cling to cost-savings mindset

IT leaders continue to focus on cost containment with their IT service deals, but traditional outsourcing deals are reaching a point of diminishing returns

How robotic process automation threatens workers today

How robotic process automation threatens workers today

IT workers are concerned about how implementing robotic automation will add to their workload right now more than they are worried about someday losing their jobs to robots

Federal IT outsourcing is alarmingly poorly managed

Federal IT outsourcing is alarmingly poorly managed

The U.S. government is leaving billions of dollars on the table due to poorly managed and duplicative IT outsourcing deals, according to a GAO report

Midsize U.S. cities offer attractive alternative to offshoring IT

Midsize U.S. cities offer attractive alternative to offshoring IT

Syracuse, Jacksonville, Tampa and Lansing top the list of American hot spots for IT and business process services

How to use social media to recruit IT talent

Tweet, like, share and post your way to uncovering the best tech job candidates in the shortest time

Global in-house centers more cost effective than outsourcing

A new study from the Everest Group reports that most captive offshore centers deliver more savings than offshore outsourcing

6 IT outsourcing lessons learned from HealthCare.gov's troubled launch

Launch of HealthCare.gov is a stunning example of outsourced IT gone wrong. Here are the steps to take to ensure a smoother rollout

Offshoring will kill 1.5 million IT jobs by 2017

Report: Half of 2002's IT jobs in North America, Europe will be gone by 2017 due to offshoring, productivity improvements

How to evaluate the risk of outsourcing locations

It's time to stop assessing location-based risk in a vacuum because sometimes the 'riskiest' suppliers may have the most innovative solutions

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