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Legacy apps hold enterprises back from embracing mobility

The need to support many redundant and outdated applications is holding many enterprises back from embracing mobility, according to a survey of more than 1,000 CIOs and senior IT decision makers by Capgemini, a consulting, technology and outsourcing service provider.

Companies are drowning in apps, Capgemini study finds

One of the greatest obstacles to companies making critical digital transformation efforts is the sheer number of apps they are now hosting, according to a new report from Capgemini.

News Scan: Life threatening downtime; Elusive big data gains; more

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When big data is not enough

The first question you have to ask yourself when reading a headline like this one from CIO--"Big data necessary, but not enough" is, who ever said it was?

UK retailers to focus on mobile IT investment this year

United Kingdom retailers plan to focus their IT investments on mobile platforms, according to a roundtable sponsored by U.K. e-retail association IMRG and consulting firm Capgemini.

Texas switches outsourcing strategy and vendor

The first IT outsourcing arrangement Texas made--an $863 million data center consolidation deal with IBM--ended up in a big fight. Now, the Lone Star state is turning the work over to different

Capgemini to host Sybase mobile solutions

Sybase announced that consulting and technology company Capgemini will host mobile solutions powered by Sybase Managed Mobility technologies and offer them on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) and