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Information Management Security - prospects

 
#1 Information Management Security - prospects
02/11/2010 20:18

anon

Information Management Security would appear to be a growth area. What's this forum's view on positoning myself in this area, probably by doing a masters? What's the long term demad for this skill. I assume the demand stays although the threats change. I'm an IT consultant/PM.

Thanks

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#2 RE: Information Management Security - prospects
03/11/2010 13:01

anon to anon (#1)

folks, bumping the thread, i would like your thoughts. I'm thinking of taking volunatary redundancy and doing an MSc with a view to moving in this direction

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#3 RE: Information Management Security - prospects
06/11/2010 16:05

Ej to anon (#2)

It is big and it is going to be around for a while. Although don't confuse Information Management with companies like HP, EMC, IBM & the likes of EY, PwC, etc.

The latter focus strategy around the CIO agenda, the former on more techie architecture transformations.

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