NEW ORLEANS -- Dangerous trends are taking shape in the world of information technology, and much of the blame falls squarely on the shoulders of retail chief information officers who continue to tolerate poor business practices both within their own companies, and from the vendors who provide technology solutions. Technology executives who have allowed themselves to become "order takers," rather than leaders who insist on project investment payback, are responsible for the too-frequent ...
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