Report - IT departments hindering data access as only 46 per cent of top execs can get the information they require

Charlee Gothard
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PwC and Iron Mountain report alleges IT can be unnecessary impediment to the exploitation of business data

Only 46 per cent of senior executives in European and North American businesses have access to their company's most important information, and the IT department may be to blame, a new report by PwC...

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