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The ins and outs of IT outsourcing

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Many IT managers are struggling with the question of whether and how to outsource various functions. Businesses of all sizes are seriously considering shifting some IT assets to a third party. In today's fast-paced IT environment, technology and skill sets change very quickly. In reality, IT managers have no choice but to prepare for a future that includes outsourcing. IT staff have long been pressured to cut costs. But now, they're also expected to discover new revenue streams. To meet these bottom-line objectives, IT managers must deal with change, manage complexity, and find skilled workers. That's where outsourcing is seen to greatly improve the efficiency of an IT operation

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IT Professional  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )