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4 Reasons Naysayers Win IT Battles, Not Wars
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4/20/2012 | 6:06:22 PM
re: 4 Reasons Naysayers Win IT Battles, Not Wars
This is all well and good...

Still, it is unwise to adopt technology for technology's sake alone. There are three basic questions that should always be asked...

First, if the group is to adopt a certain new technology, can there be some remarkable return on that investment...?

Second, either in terms of its intended design or its adaptable use, is this new technology consistent with the operations of the business model into which it should be installed and with the skill sets of intended users...?

Third, does this new technology actually enhance and improve the delivery of relevant and timely information to be available for value-driven business decision-making...?


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