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Posted by Phil Murphy on January 15, 2010
OK, so the holidays are over, you've either closed, or are in the process of closing out 2009 year-end processing. The 2010 decade has begun, and it promises momentous change before we see the end of it: Leading edge technologies will become commonplace; Still newer technologies will emerge; New business threats and opportunities will arise; And the impact of the Baby Boomer phenomenon will finally arrive. All of these events will bring unanticipated changes - ensuring that our lives are as active as the Chinese proverb wishes us - "May you live in interesting times."
Interesting as it may be to wax poetic about the coming decade, as applications professionals, we need to keep our eyes on the "here and now". One common theme I hear over and over is that applications professionals' feet hit the ground running in January 2010 and there are no signs of things slowing down any time soon. New projects and initiatives are the most visible chunks of activity, but what about everything else you are doing?
What are the top application modernization issues keeping you awake at night? Where can Forrester help you be more successful? What are the big chunks of work you have planned that will require help? Some "for instances" examples to spur your thinking include:
This is your chance to sound off, socialize the issue with peers and influence research - talk to us - what are your top application modernization issues for 2010?
P. S. If you'd prefer not to post your priorities publicly, please feel free to send your thoughts directly to me at email@example.com
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