As the economic downturn tightens IT budgets and places scrutiny on projects, for many IT managers, the primary focus becomes maintaining daily operations while forfeiting innovative projects in the short term. But should innovation in IT be sidelined when money is scarce? The answer might depend on how an organization defines innovation.

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