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Why Big IT Is a Different Place to Work

By Deborah Perelman  |  Posted 05-02-2007 Print
Working at a large IT shop is a completely different experience than working at smaller counterparts, finds a new report from Forrester.

From the size of systems to the depth of resources, working at a big IT shop bears little resemblance to smaller counterparts, finds new analysis from Forrester Research.



 

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