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Back in the Saddle

The recession had a lot of victims; jobs, mortgages and IT projects were all killed. While there's not a lot of good job and foreclosures news, IT projects may be on their way back. Cancelled projects as well and new ones are starting to get funding -- a development that could make IT fun again!

Top tech areas? Virtualization, Web design, collaboration, cloud computing and social media.

What's going on in your shop? Are the purse strings loosening? What areas are you looking at? Send your thoughts to [email protected]

Posted by Doug Barney on March 01, 2010 at 11:53 AM


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