Life on the front line - the reality of end-user IT in 2002

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Life on the front line - the reality of end-user IT in 2002

What are the realities of current end-user attitudes to technology adoption in the European IT industry?

The past 12 months has seen the environment in end-user IT change dramatically. As the tidal wave of enthusiasm that created the "e-commerce revolution" receded, IT departments have been left to survey the aftermath.

For many, the situation is bleak. This has had a profound effect on the priorities of chief information officers. Technology suppliers must recognise the equally profound effect it has had on the way they need to present, market and sell their products.


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This was first published in August 2002

 

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