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» Doesn’t Matter from Max Baker
Simply put, Mr. Carr wrote that IT is no longer a monolithic business function. Almost thirty years down the road, IT could finally be parsed into distinct functions that create a strategic competitive advantage – or not, but are still critical.... [Read More]


Nill Damon

Indeed, the role of IT is constantly evolving and has changed significantly from the days when the IT organization was often referred to as data processing. Great, though a bit complicated..

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