IT Essentials: Costs and controversy

Cost increases are...good?

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: Costs and controversy

Who doesn't love a bit of controversy? Journalists certainly do - it makes headlines easier, if nothing else - so it's always a bit of a gift when an interviewee goes against the received wisdom.

Take Bruce Perens, a founder of the open source movement, admitting "We have failed" recently. Boom: attention firmly grabbed. Or last week when Ben Burdsall, CIO of dunnhumby, told an audience ...

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