Less is more when it comes to information-technology infrastructure, writes Mark Weatherford. He argues that organizations don't really need their own unique IT infrastructures, and that having more infrastructure to manage actually means higher costs and a greater chance of data leakages and security breaches. Weatherford also recommends consolidating IT suborganizations into a larger organization to achieve "consistent information, superior visibility, added efficiency and greater savings than the ad hoc approach of decentralized implementation."

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