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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
An IT outsourcing seminar will be held in London next month.

Category Outsourcing
12 May 2008
 
An IT outsourcing seminar will be held in London next month.

Deutsche Bank, IBM and Societe Generale will make presentations at the one-day conference and exhibition on June 5th, hosted by technology news provider Finextra.

The event will also include discussions on the latest trends on the sell-side and buy-side of IT outsourcing and business processes such as trade execution, risk management and analysis through to back-office processing, infrastructure and application development.

A statement by Finextra said attendance at the event is free to bona fide representatives of financial institutions.

"It will bring together financial industry business leaders and technologists, regulators, legal experts and service enablers for a day of intense networking and debate," it added.

Last week, research conducted by email management consultancy Mesmo indicated that UK companies are not training their employees to use email effectively.

Some 92 per cent of 130 personal assistants questioned said neither they nor their managers had been offered any form of email training, according to the study.



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