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Who Needs an IT Dept Anymore?

October 21, 2011 No Comments

It started out, in an airy room on the top floor of London’s Royal Festival Hall last month, as a discussion of how the cloud will shape the future of application development. It ended up casting doubt on the very existence of the IT department as a separate entity within the enterprise. Cloud, it seems, will transform IT more than most people dare imagine.

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