Getting your data (ware)house in order

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Behind the sound and fury of the credit crunch, a quiet shift has been taking place in the City of London’s IT departments. Those that were once lucky enough to have a budget that matched their desire to spend it, are finding their wings being clipped. There is already a discernable difference in the way that technology and related services are procured. Total cost of ownership is the mantra about town.

This change can clearly be seen in the way data is procured. The irony of the credit crunch

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