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16 best ultraportable laptops of 2016 UK: Best Ultrabooks

The best Ultraportable laptops you can buy. PC Advisor reviews the best portable laptops you can buy in the UK in 2016. Best Ultrabook reviews.  As well as being easy to transport, an ultraportable laptop needs to be able to cope with the ever-increasing demands of those who are constantly on the move. PC Advisor reveals the UK’s best ultraportable ... Read More »

13 best budget displays 2016 UK: what’s the best budget PC monitor?

If you haven’t treated yourself to a new monitor in a while, then now is the perfect time to do so. Great image quality is available at affordable prices, while monitors are slimmer and lighter than ever before. Here we’ve picked a few impressive displays, all of which are available for under £200. They offer a variety of features to suit ... Read More »

Acquisitions help IT service providers in India stay relevant

India’s leading IT outsourcing companies made a significant number of acquisitions in 2015 in order to help them manage costs, increase automation, and protect market share in an increasingly difficult environment. From Infosys (notoriously averse to growth by acquisition) buying U.S.-based automation provider Panaya in February for $200 million to Wipro’s $130 million purchase of capital market’s business process as-a-service ... Read More »

15 best ultraportable laptops of 2016 UK: Best Ultrabooks

The best Ultraportable laptops you can buy. PC Advisor reviews the best portable laptops you can buy in the UK in 2016. Best Ultrabook reviews.  As well as being easy to transport, an ultraportable laptop needs to be able to cope with the ever-increasing demands of those who are constantly on the move. PC Advisor reveals the UK’s best ultraportable ... Read More »

14 best printers 2016 UK: what’s the best printer?

Here are the 14 best printers you can buy in the UK in 2016. Best value printers, best multifunction printers, best colour laser printers, best office printers. The latest printers aren’t always the best printers. Some of the reviews you’ll find below were written a long ago as 2013. This doesn’t mean you should discount them from your shortlist. Each ... Read More »

10 outsourcing trends to watch in 2016

This year, we saw companies embrace increased standardization and cloud computing options of all flavors, use their leverage to renegotiate or rebid their deals, and settle into a best-of-breed approach to offshore outsourcing. So what will 2016 bring? Our experts expect a number of shifts in the industry—including a focus on hyper-speed deal making, the emergence of new multi-sourcing headaches ... Read More »

Citrix spinning off GoTo collaboration business, laying off 1,000 people

Citrix Systems has decided to spin off its GoTo collaboration products business into a new company, to focus on its core business in the secure delivery of apps and data. The mobile workspaces company expects to completely separate the GoTo business, consisting of products like GoToMeeting, GoToAssist, GoToWebinar, OpenVoice, Grasshopper and GoToMyPC, into a separate publicly traded company by the ... Read More »

How to get and leverage user-generated content

5. Hold a contest. “Competitions are a great way of encouraging user-generated content,” says Patrick Tonks, director at Great Bean Bags. “Last year we launched a bean bag competition where we asked customers to post images of how they’re using our bean bags to our website. The more creative the entries, the better chance they had of winning! We had ... Read More »

How to get the most out of an IT outsourcing vendor visit

IT organizations are conducting fewer site visits before signing new offshore outsourcing deals. IT leaders “due to a sense of urgency in the sourcing and selection process, lack of time and the cost of the travel investment” are less inclined to take the long-distance trek, says Steven Kirz, partner with outsourcing consultancy Pace Harmon. “Also there is a perceived lack ... Read More »

A $2,000 H-1B fee on Indian firms may return

A special $2,000 H-1B fee imposed on large Indian offshore firms but allowed to lapse may return in the spending bill being negotiated by Congress. The fee was first imposed in 2010 but expired at the start of the new federal fiscal year. This extra fee applies to companies with at least 50% of their employees on H-1B visa or ... Read More »

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