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While outsourcing deals were a little thin in July there was a lot of discussion around the risks for companies with “BYOD” policies, and the opportunities for service providers to manage solutions. The failure of Peru’s One Laptop per Child initiative (“OLPC”), which has been hampered with problems such as insufficient skills and school resources to make use of the computers, highlights problems that arise when there is a serious mismatch between ideas, strategies and reality. This is a common problem with outsourcing arrangements in general Illustrating that great initiatives and solid implementation plans are not sufficient if external influences, such as the human element, are not taken into consideration.

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