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September 22, 2003

Re-examining The Infrastructure

James Champy validates what AssuredWeb is attempting to do in the marketplace

Infrastructure is the forgotten backwater of IT. Most line-of-business managers have little interest in such infrastructure components as help desks, data centers, networks, and security systems. They're not interested in where infrastructure sits, what it does, or what it looks like. They just want highly effective performance and the very best cost management. But even disinterested managers are increasing the pressure on their CIOs to demystify the cost sinkhole that infrastructure represents. A lot can be learned by taking a closer look at how your company's infrastructure operates.

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