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Is your corporate philosophy to stay on the cutting edge and employ the latest and the greatest technologies, no matter the cost? We want to know what issues are weighing most heavily on your mind as the new year unfolds.

Expanding an e-commerce strategy? Managing multiple outsourcing partnerships? Which issues will you spend most of your time tackling in the year ahead?
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Recently, we published an article in which we listed some of the issues we believe will affect IT professionals in the near future. That article prompted a flood of e-mails and comments posted by TechRepublic readers who clearly want more information concerning these important issues.

The list we compiled was just a starting point—and we invite you to tell us what topics you would like to see us cover in 2000. We’ll take your suggestions to heart and do our best to provide the substantive content you need to make well-informed decisions.
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