Businesspeople, Not Techies, Drive IT Now, Says Researcher

July 1999
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug1999, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p56
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the shift in driving information technology from techies to businesspeople. It states that electronic commerce is shaping a significant part of information technology strategies. Robert Mack, a director of the GartnerGroup, said that businesspeople need to be proactive and keep an eye on the architecture of their systems.


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