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Join me for a deep-dive live discussion on why IT's role may never be the same

One way IT can hasten their responsiveness to business requirements is in their ability to deliver applications to PC faster, better and cheaper.
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Written by Dana Gardner, Contributor on

Now is a fascinating time for businesses the world over, and the role and impact of IT is a big part of what's causing the changes that all of us are feeling and adjusting to.

Many of the changes involve the speed of change and rapid adaptation to dynamic markets. Clearly, the speed of business has never been faster, and it's getting even faster. Those that can't keep up are in a perilous situation.

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It's therefore up to IT to help companies move at the pace of the market, or IT risks being passed over by cloud-based outside providers.

The stakes have never been higher for keeping applications and businesses up and running.

One way IT can hasten their responsiveness to business requirements is in their ability to deliver applications to PC faster, better and cheaper.

Join me and Embarcadero Technologies next Tuesday, March 27, for a deep-dive, live discussion (registration required) on how the major business and IT trends of the day -- cloud computing, mobile, social networks, and Big Data -- are changing the role of IT, and ways that IT can fight back. [Disclosure: Embarcadero Technologies is a sponsor of BriefingsDirect podcasts.]

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