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Andrew Lazarow MIS 325 4/2/10 From when you wake up in the morning and go on the computer to when you go to bed you are using many different forms of information technology. What once was a rare commodity is now a crucial part of people’s everyday life. Nicolas G. Carr’s article “IT Doesn’t Matter” explains changes such as IT becoming an everyday commodity and changes in how IT is viewed. Carr explains how the largest change in IT is how it became an everyday commodity. When IT was first being used having access to it would mean having a competitive advantage for the company. Advancement in knowledge and technology meant IT became easier to replicate. With IT getting easier to replicate along with advancements in efficiency the cost of IT went down exponentially. Because of its low cost and ability to improve efficiency more and more people were using it. This meant that for businesses to stay alive they needed to keep up with IT and use it in their business to speed up efficiency. These IT systems became so important in
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course WRT 307 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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