In recent posts, I talked about reaching the tail end of the recession (even though it may not feel like it), and the beginning of a new economic cycle.
Don't expect things to bounce back to 2005, however. The economy coming out of the recession looks very different than the one going in, and with it, a new role for information technology. The Great Recession forced companies to become more resourceful and innovative and, as a result, many have turned to technologies that help things get done far more cheaply than ever before.
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