IT budgets are hard to justify at the best of times, but in a recession
proving the value of technology investments is essential. How can companies
gauge the potential for IT cost cutting within the business and reduce the
overheads of their IT infrastructure without compromising on IT efficiency? This
seminar will look at strategies for identifying and implementing technology
savings without affecting performance.
Joining host Rachel Fielding for this archived discussion are:
David Elton, IT and change management specialist, PA Consulting Group
Paul Sparkes, product director, IRIS
Kirstin Gillon, technical manager, IT Faculty, ICAEW
Jerry Norton, managing director, financial services, Logica
To listen to this archived event,
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