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60% say agile IT could benefit organisations

From ZDNet

"Flexibility and evolution are two trademarks of successful IT, and as technology progresses at an even faster pace than in the past, traditional IT projects are changing as well.

Larger, complex projects are becoming less of a focus and shorter, more sustainable efforts to drive change and flexibility are taking over instead. This is known as agile IT.

Tech Pro Research conducted a survey in September to find out how IT departments are remaining efficient and innovative. The resulting research report, The rise of agile IT: Benefits, drawbacks, analysis, outlines the trend and the reasons for this sweeping change. Topics covered in the report include:

• Current IT projects analysis.
• Completed IT projects analysis.
• Benefits and drawbacks of long-term vs short-term projects.
• Business perspectives.
• Career perspectives.

A significant majority of respondents felt agile IT would be beneficial to their organisation, with 60% choosing this option. However, only 47% of companies are currently focusing on agile IT instead of longer term projects.”

Read more at ZDNet

NCC Weekly News Update 3 November 2015 



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