Displaying items by tag: Robert Cringely

Would any company that earns US$20 billion (A$27.9 billion) from a product line think of giving it up? That fact alone, culled from Microsoft's 2019 annual report, puts paid to the reasoning (?) employed by open-source advocate Eric Raymond in claiming that Windows is on its way out.

Published in Open Sauce

The whole point of making changes to the H-1B visa system is so that Indian outsourcing companies are deprived of the visas and American companies can use them instead, according to a veteran US tech journalist.

Published in Outsourcing

A veteran American journalist, who has followed the fortunes of IBM for nearly four decades, says what happened with the Australian Bureau of Statistics census application "is a result of conscious and deliberate decisions by IBM's senior management".

Published in Government Tech Policy
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