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For businesses of all sizes, controlling costs and finding new efficiencies are top of the agenda ± and ICT is expected to play a part, despite budget costs. Ian Campbell reports

1st May, 2010

No one expected this year to be easy. A Deloitte survey of 48 Irish chief information officers and IT managers, published last December, confirmed that business cost reduction was going to be top of the agenda for at least the next 12 months.

To make a big challenge even bigger, the onus is on using ICT solutions to create new savings and efficiencies, at a time when ICT budgets are being slashed. In the Deloitte survey, nearly...

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