Feb 27, 2009
We�ve all seen the headlines. We�ve read the analyst reports. It�s unanimous: IT budgets are shrinking. But the needs of the business are not. In fact, in difficult times, the needs of the business may actually grow.
When times are tough, companies need to home in on those activities that help them operate more efficiently and do more with less. They need to quickly adapt and respond to competitive threats and fluctuating market conditions. They need to seize the opportunities that will help them survive the down cycle and emerge stronger than before.
These activities require one thing: data.
Data is the key to market leadership and, ultimately, financial success. With complete, consistent, and current information, companies can turn crisis to advantage.
What does this mean for IT? Download this white paper to find out what your IT organization needs to do to help your company survive the recession.
This white paper discusses the five key initiatives that companies will be focused on over the next 12 to 24 months:
1. Reducing the cost of compliance
2. Mitigating and managing risk
3. Facilitating successful mergers & acquisitions
4. Delivering a single view of customers
5. Investing wisely in new technologies that modernize the business
Learn what your IT organization needs to do to help these initiatives�and your company�succeed.