4 added values, plus questions you both should be asking.
By Donny C. Shimamoto, CPA.CITP
Back in the olden days of 2003, business philosopher Nicholas Carr published an earthshaking article in Harvard Business Review under the title of “IT Doesn’t Matter.” He said that IT had essentially become a commodity, something that every organization had, something that had become so relatively inexpensive that all organizations were – with regard to IT – equal.
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