Taking a hard, honest look at what you need to accomplish is the key to keeping your business competitive — and yourself gainfully employed (This post originally appeared on Infoworld.com) by Dan Tynan Pity the poor IT managers. They’re expected to know what their end-users want need, even if their end-users can’t articulate it themselves. [...]
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Lessons learned from the last downturn have IT confident it can weather any economic uncertainty ahead (This post originally appeared on Infoworld.com.) by Dan Tynan Call it a slowdown, a downturn, or the dreaded “R” word, worries about the state of the U.S. economy have increased across virtually all sectors save one: technology. But has [...]
Your organization is filled with IT rogues and tech renegades. Here’s how best to embrace them (This story first appeared on Infoworld.com.) By Dan Tynan Here’s a sobering statistic: Eighty percent of enterprise IT functions are being duplicated by folks outside of the IT department, says Hank Marquis, director of ITSM (IT systems management) consulting [...]