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Planning to "rightsize"?

This will be a year of "rightsizing," or realigning computer resources (such as moving down from a mainframe or away from a proprietary system) to decrease costs, increase flexibility and empower users, according to a survey conducted in mid-March at a conference and trade show held by UniForum, an association of users, developers and vendors of corporate computer systems.

Over 1,100 participants were asked if they were planning to right size their information systems in 1993. Their responses: Don't know/ no answer 12% Investigating over the next 12 months 17% No 23% Yes 48%
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Title Annotation:decreasing costs through computer resource realigning
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Illustration
Date:Oct 1, 1993
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