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War for IT Talent Heats Up in the App Economy

1 week ago | by Michael Vizard

There's no doubt that the rise of the application economy is driving most organizations today to re-evaluate the relationship between the business and IT. This shift is not only changing where... Read More »

 
 
 
 
 
 

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