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A Practical Guide to Reducing IT Costs
A Practical Guide to Reducing IT Costs

A Practical Guide to Reducing IT Costs

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

296 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Cloth, EPUB

Cloth, $49.95 (US $49.95) (CA $67.95)

Publication Date: December 2009

ISBN 9781604270334

Rights: US, CA & AU

J. Ross Publishing (Dec 2009)

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Overview

Eliminating and driving down costs have long been second nature for many IT organizations. In challenging economic times, even further cutting of IT costs is a requirement for the survival of many organizations. Whether in the midst of an economic downturn or upturn, effective cost management is critical as IT costs can be a significant portion of an organizations overhead cost structure and can even impact an organizations competitive position. A Practical Guide to Reducing IT Costs provides a toolkit of innovative ideas to assess and reduce costs in an IT organization. It outlines a compilation of practical advice based on interviews and comments from more than 60 CIO's and IT leaders, and it includes many other proven ideas that if implemented will successfully reduce IT costs.

Author Biography

Anita Cassidy has over 30 years experience in IT. For the first 20 years of her career, she was a practitioner and held a variety of positions such as CIO and Vice President-IT in worldwide manufacturing companies. She has been an IT executive consultant for the past 10 years and is currently a partner of IT Directions. Anita has authored four best-selling IT books, has written for various magazines, such as Info World, Twin and Inc. Technology, and she speaks nationally on strategic planning and improving IT. Dan Cassidy also has over 30 years of IT experience. Dan's experience includes work at several major airlines, a railroad, computer manufacturer, and a major health clinic. He has led major initiatives to cut IT infrastructure costs while improving overall service. He holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from St. Thomas and a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Minnesota.