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s we shift from creating information pipes to understanding content, from bits and bytes to the bigger picture, IT professionals will also be moving from areas we control to areas that demand cooperation and shared power. Its not a shift we can demand but a shift we must earn by becoming informed citizens of our organizations and providing pragmatic solutions for daily business operations. Then we......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 02/25/04


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