CIOs Ignore Collaboration Tools Too Much, CEB Says
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1/21/2013 | 2:19:42 AM
re: CIOs Ignore Collaboration Tools Too Much, CEB Says
This is a great topic that often gets overlooked in business and the results are speaking for themselves. With an increase in the number of employees and geographic locations ranging all over the globe collaboration tools are necessary for successful projects. I was surprise dot read that companies are spending a third a of their IT budgets on collaboration resources, that sounds high to me. DoesnGÇÖt the saying go work smarter not harder?

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