Relying solely on support contracts and generic solutions is a good way to self-limit the agility and performance of any business. In short, more gurus equals less hand-wringing and stress all around.In an era when software is eating the world, information agility is key to competitiveness (or, in government terms, "effective service delivery"), when competitors are investing heavily in brain power, why would any organization dumb itself down?
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
More In House
Hot on the heels of my post about doing work in house, InfoWorld's Deep End column takes a look at build-vs-buy.
Posted by Paul Ramsey at 9:50 AM