Let's Order Out For Technology
Just a few years ago, if a company turned over the operation of its information systems to an outsider, it was taken as a sign of trouble. Banks, in particular, sold off their computers and hired contractors to crunch their numbers as a way of raising cash and fixing balance sheets during the early-1990s recession.
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