What is Happening? As significant sections of the heavily populated Northeastern US are still recovering from the destruction caused by “Superstorm” Sandy, we are also approaching the traditional US celebration of bounty we call Thanksgiving. At Saugatuck we are thankful for avoiding injury and significant damage to our homes and our office space. At the same time, our hearts go out to many others who were not so fortunate.
In this environment of local problems and a world economy that continues to struggle, we felt it is appropriate for us to pause and consider other things to be thankful for. Primarily we are thankful for the continued importance of information systems. And, we are thankful for what we see as burgeoning changes in the fundamentals of enterprise IT. The net result should be increasing bounty for the IT industry at large, along with increasing and improved business effectiveness and opportunity for user enterprises.
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