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Restructuring is a watchword for IT in 2005

Madison, Wis. Information-technology businesses are taking apart their processes and putting them back together. With the Fusion 2005 CEO-CIO Symposium on Wednesday just around the corner, some of the experts watching IT in Wisconsin offered their opinions on how the state and its industries will be shaping their business practice......

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"Much of the equipment in IT shops is off the books and past due for upgrades and ......

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"Higher education will play a huge role in next-generation Internet," Meachen said.

Converse said that while there is growth potential for both large businesses and smaller start-up companies, the growth would likely not be as robust as it was in the late 1990s during the dot-com surge. Because investment capital won't be as acces......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 02/28/05


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