Top 100 IT leaders found ways to build despite recession

12/7/2009 | Computerworld

Some corporate technology leaders continued to innovate in 2009 despite the recession, Julia King writes as she introduces Computerworld's top 100 technology leaders. Johnson & Johnson upgraded 120,000 desktops in 57 countries and rolled out a worldwide collaboration program, she notes, while CBS moved toward becoming a digital-content provider.

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