Eurozone break-up will lead to tech disruption, says Gartner analyst

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Peter Redshaw argues banks will have to rethink their IT portfolio

Banks and financial services will have to deploy a certain amount of "creative disruption" within their IT portfolio if the eurozone does break up as is predicted by some economic commentators. ...

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