When you look back on 2011, it’s hard to put a finger on any one defining moment that transformed enterprise IT. But when you consider all of the developments of the past year, a rich tapestry of events that will shape enterprise IT for years to come starts to emerge.
So, while 2011 is not likely to be remembered for any one great development, it has certainly been a year that has witnessed the start of many things that will certainly have a lasting impact on enterprise IT
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