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IT Next Generation Strategies Blog Post Launched

Last week, during the lunch meeting, I was talking to Greg (IT director of a manufacturing major) on different IT management strategies in the manufacturing sector. Slowly Greg started explaining his challenges in  meeting the business expectation of maintaining optimal IT service while balancing the current outdated technical landscape. One of his biggest concern was on the increasing cost of total ownership which is getting compounded due to rapidly changing IT technologies. Frankly, this is not just Greg's challenge but this is the challenge of every IT manager.    

Discussing this topic in the evening with my colleague we decided to launch a blog on this areas so that we can share our experiences and ideas with like other in this industry. This gave birth to IT Next Gen a blog on the future of IT and different strategies for the technical managers which will help them keeping themselves flexible to the rapid changes while meeting the business expectations


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