1. Recession Thinking Ongoing economic jitters mean continued staff shortages and shoestring budgets, hardly the building blocks of a thriving IT operation.
There certainly have been better times in the history of business to be working in IT. The slow economic recovery has done little to correct the damage done to IT departments, and over-stressed IT workers contend with longer hours and fewer resources in what has become an increasingly pressure-cooker environment. Yet IT is still expected to spearhead business transformation.
Tony Kontzer is a freelance writer for Baseline magazine.
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