"The key takeaway is that, while we as a country have our thoughts on how we want it to run, these things are all going to have to happen by agreement," Murray says. "We're going to have to wait to see where the last of it gets out, if the vote is for coming out, for which option is actually favoured."
Owing to the extra international complications that IT faces compared to some other industries, the sector will have to prepare as much as it can to soften any potential blows.
Unless, of course, it's 'remain'. Then, like or loathe the EU, it's back to business as expected.
Source: Computerworld UK
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