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IT management en route to 2027 (a.o. ITIM)

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Abstract

In the age of the steam engine (1840), the activities that made use of the energy of this engine were placed close to this engine for reasons of efficiency. The layout of a plant was determined by the source of power. That all changed with the rise of electricity (1880). This meant that activities could be grouped together in such a manner one achieved an optimal flow of goods through the production process. It took a few decades before this new source of power was optimally used. In the year 2004 the networks enable us to think about an optimal positioning of IT tasks. What will this lead to?

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Organ Ization Portfolio Management Infrastructure Facility Telecommunication Sector Line Task 
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