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The IT Managers' Secret Weapon

IT managers have to be alert and nimble to keep up with the constant swirl of changing technology, evolving standards, thorny compliance issues, demanding users, budget constraints, and looming project deadlines.

IT managers have to be alert and nimble to keep up with the constant swirl of changing technology, evolving standards, thorny compliance issues, demanding users, budget constraints, and looming project deadlines.Getting through the day can feel like a game of survival. But just in time for the Q4 crunch, comes help from your friends at InformationWeek: The IT Survival Guide.

The guide neatly breaks down how to get through your next technology project. It shows you how to come up to speed quickly on network access control (NAC), open source, virtualization, VoIP, SaaS, business intelligence, and more.

Bookmark it. You'll want to be able to find it when you need it.

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