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4/5/2017
02:00 PM
Yaniv Valik, VP, Continuity Software
Yaniv Valik, VP, Continuity Software
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Should IT People Be Innovative?

In an era of constant corporate change and innovation, IT leaders are faced with the challenge of knowing how even the slightest change could have a big negative impact.

Yaniv Valik
Yaniv Valik

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I think that IT people use to be innovative for a long time, thats why they chose this way anyway. Its a must have skill to be good in IT...
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IT guys are always innovative. I think they have more IQ than other peaple too ;D
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question posed in the title, is to look at how many COBOL installations are still running, unbroken and unhacked. I think Boeing got it right, with their slogan "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" :)
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I think the answer to the question posed in the title, is to look at how many COBOL installations are still running, unbroken and unhacked. 
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I think the answer to the question posed in the title, is to look at how many COBOL installations are still running, unbroken and unhacked. I think Boeing got it right, with their slogan "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" :)
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I think the answer to the question posed in the title, is to look at how many COBOL installations are still running, unbroken and unhacked. I think Boeing got it right, with their slogan "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" :)
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I think the answer to the question posed in the title, is to look at how many COBOL installations are still running, unbroken and unhacked. I think Boeing got it right, with their slogan "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" :)
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