A recent court order lifting restrictions on International Business Machines Corp.'s technology sevices business is not likely to alter the bank outsourcing landscape, although it may make the computer giant more nimble in attracting new business, observers said.

The antitrust restrictions, lifted on Jan. 17, were part of a 40-year- old consent decree that barred IBM from selling outsourcing services under its own name.

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