According to Computing's own research, smaller companies are much more agile with IT spending - focusing it on helping people work more effectively and productively as opposed to getting bogged down in big IT: those ‘big beasts' of the corporate and the public sector worlds might have lion's share of budgets, but pound for pound they deliver less.
But what makes the smaller player more agile and what exactly are smaller companies investing in when it comes to Tech?
Join me Stuart Sumner, as our expert panel looks at what organisations of the same size as yours are doing as we discover why small is usually more beautiful than big.
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