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February saw a continued emphasis on security threats and response measures, as well as practical issues that may impact on IT investment. Particularly interesting was a write-down of Tower’s new core IT systems after the sale of some of its business units. This highlights the need for careful planning and extensive consideration of real world issues in an environment where fluid and complex IT and business structures exist. The desire to exploit the benefits of new technologies requires changes to both IT and business foundations which can pose challenges when technologies and business processes need to be integrated. A combination of evolving solutions and limited support can be problematic when business-oriented decisions are made which could have flow-on or unpredictable effects on IT infrastructure and strategies.

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