It Doesnt Matter
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It Doesnt Matter


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The article of Nicholas Carr entitled It Doesnt Matter will certainly provoke reactions of indignation from the different involved sectors and individuals he belittled, but he lays open the industry of information technology (IT) to the indifferent perception of tactical business study. Carrs assumption is severe, that is, IT is an automatic outlay of conducting business and, per se, the top management should reorient their activities toward more hard line cost management. Carr claims that the primary IT-connected threat is not that a contender will employ IT to acquire competitive leverage, but instead that breakdowns in the system can impede the ability of the company to continue business operations. As expected, this is a full reorientation from the manner IT is depicted.

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