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In the face of ongoing economic uncertainty businesses are coming under increasing pressure to do more with less. The easy answer is to lengthen refresh cycles and sweat assets, but this six-page buyer’s guide looks at more innovative methods that small to medium-sized enterprises can use to make the most economic and rewarding buying decisions for their business and extract the most value from their IT investments.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Optimising IT assets
  • Outsourcing IT services: goals and negotiations
  • Do business the smart way

 

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