Friday, 21 October 2016

10 trends that will change how IT operates; timesaving Excel tricks; why people hate your mobile app

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Gartner's 10 big trends that will change how IT operates

While CIOs are working to become bigger influencers and better digital partners, they still have to maintain operational excellence.

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