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Looking for Opportunity in the Heart of Brexit’s Power Vacuum

Much of the world is still working on damage control following the Brexit referendum in United Kingdom last month. Pro-Remain Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation the day after 52 percent of British voters cast their ballots to leave behind four decades of membership in the European Union — a choice that has precipitated an even bigger power vacuum.

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Beyond Budgets: The New CIO/CFO Dynamic

My customer meetings have been different lately. Increasingly, the CIO and CFO are attending together to jointly discuss innovations and new solutions. This is a…

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Results Q2 2010: 16% Growth

SAP announced its preliminary financial results for the second quarter 2010. The company reported growth of 16% in software and software-related service revenues. Business ByDesign 2.5 will be available on July 31st.

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How Important Are IT Projects?

The market research institute Infas questioned managers from 59 German companies with more than 3,000 employees on the subject of IT change projects.

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Victor Not Victim

With today’s market meltdowns, bank failures, massive layoffs, and plummeting stocks, no company or investment seems safe. But should companies cut back on their IT investments in these volatile times? Two experts take a look at why this is not advisable – and show how smart IT investments will help companies to survive.

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IT Investments in Volatile Times

Market meltdowns, gyrating economies, bank failures, and plummeting stocks: no company or investment seems safe. But should companies react by cut back on their IT investments? Claudia Funke, a director in McKinsey & Company’s Munich office, takes a look at why this is not a good idea.

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