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VMwareVoice: The IT Archipelago: Fragmentation Stressing The Enterprise

Two-thirds of IT executives believe that decentralization has raised IT costs for the firm, 60 percent believe that multiple, duplicative systems make cross-enterprise collaboration more challenging, and 66 percent believe that fragmentation of IT decision-making has increased the firm’s vulnerability to cyber-attacks.
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