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Can decisions on IT infrastructure strategies be made by IT only?
Can decisions on IT infrastructure be made without a strong IT influence?

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Decisions on IT infrastructure strategies can be made by those within an organization other than IT, and can usually be made effectively by senior management. This is due to ...

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