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What’s Happening with the IT Jobs Market in India?

India’s premier English Business News channel, ET Now recently interviewed Tech Mahindra CEO, CP Gurnani, about the IT jobs market in India. When asked about any potential threats the Trump presidency could pose to the Indian IT sector, Mr. Gurnani replied, “Trump has...

When Will the PC Make a Comeback?

A recent release from Gartner states, “2016 Marked the Fifth Consecutive Year of Worldwide PC Shipment Decline.” PC shipments in the US totaled 16.5 million units in the fourth quarter of 2016. That is a 1.3 percent decline from the same quarter in 2015. What does...

TCS aims to get more women into tech

“TCS opened its doors to 35 female students, offering activities, challenges and an inspirational Q&A session as part of the company’s work in creating the next generation of technology specialists.”

Samsung negotiating sale of PC business with Lenovo

According to a recent article by Cho Mu-Hyun of ZDNet, “Local reports say Samsung Electronics is negotiating to sell its PC business with China’s Lenovo, but the tech giant has dismissed them as false.” Samsung halted PC sales in the European market back in 2014...

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WWTS is a leading provider of technical support services across the globe. For more than sixty-five years, WWTS has crafted a custom-built, wholly integrated platform for delivering technical field service expertise around the globe.

About Worldwide TechServices

Worldwide TechServices has been a leader in the service industry for more than 65 years managing over 30 million service events. Over the years WWTS has developed a global reputation for service innovation and industry leadership delivering technology services and solutions. Worldwide TechServices has a custom-built technology infrastructure (WWITS) focused on one thing – global solutions and services to our clients. Our approach takes lessons learned and incorporated them into our process to further improve client satisfaction and develop global best practices.

Last year 8,000 qualified technicians:

  • Managed close to a million on site service events annually in 127 countries and growing!
  • Supported 10 million devices.
  • Managed over 1.6 million parts.
  • Received over 250,000 certifications.

 

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Everything we do, every dollar we invest, every action we take, continually improves and refines our solutions and service delivery processes to support our clients.

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Tom Burns of Dell EMC Made a Bold Bid Against “Traditional” Proprietary Networking

“Dell EMC networking boss Tom Burns is setting the company up for battle, pitting the Round Rock, Tex., IT giant and open networking advocate against industry stalwarts Cisco and HPE,” says Matt Brown of CRN. About two years ago, Dell announced its open networking...
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What’s Happening with the IT Jobs Market in India?

India’s premier English Business News channel, ET Now recently interviewed Tech Mahindra CEO, CP Gurnani, about the IT jobs market in India. When asked about any potential threats the Trump presidency could pose to the Indian IT sector, Mr. Gurnani replied, “Trump has...
Read More

When Will the PC Make a Comeback?

A recent release from Gartner states, “2016 Marked the Fifth Consecutive Year of Worldwide PC Shipment Decline.” PC shipments in the US totaled 16.5 million units in the fourth quarter of 2016. That is a 1.3 percent decline from the same quarter in 2015. What does...
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TCS aims to get more women into tech

“TCS opened its doors to 35 female students, offering activities, challenges and an inspirational Q&A session as part of the company’s work in creating the next generation of technology specialists.”

Read More

Samsung negotiating sale of PC business with Lenovo

According to a recent article by Cho Mu-Hyun of ZDNet, “Local reports say Samsung Electronics is negotiating to sell its PC business with China’s Lenovo, but the tech giant has dismissed them as false.” Samsung halted PC sales in the European market back in 2014...
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