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Surprises, upsets and trends in 2009

Ross O. Storey | March 3, 2009
SAS executive director, Asia Pacific, Don Cooper-Williams, shares his thoughts on how SAS remains confident despite the current global banking crisis.

Also, organisations will have to ensure that licence costs on the legacy servers are scrutinised, and there will be pressure put on suppliers to move to smaller servers, for instance, to reduce operational IT spending.

Is there anything else you'd like to add about the impact of the economic downturn on IT spending?

In economic times like these, the opportunity to streamline services and procure clear ROI applications and services will be enhanced. This is good for the whole industry and we should emerge with many companies taking the situation as the best opportunity to remodel, redeploy and increase efficiencies in their processes for better managed environments.


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