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batye
batye
1/14/2016 3:28:06 AM
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Re: It'll all come home to roost when...
@NewIPLiz  I would say it more positive trend... happening and it overcome negative... 

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batye
batye
1/14/2016 3:27:06 AM
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Re: It'll all come home to roost when...
@LightRay  in IT same as in life things do happens... and IT field things never go as planned in the board rooms....

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batye
batye
1/14/2016 3:25:56 AM
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Re: It'll all come home to roost when...
@Carol Wilson  nothing guaranteed 100% as even giants do make costly mistakes...

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NewIPLiz
NewIPLiz
1/4/2016 12:14:56 PM
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Re: It'll all come home to roost when...
Agreed Carol. This is definitely an exciting time for the industry -- there is more energy than I recall for quite a few years. I think there will be some casualites but I also think the benefits will outweigh the negatives. We'll see more efficiency and more agility in networks but also with the way companies do business. 

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wilson@lightreading.com
wilson@lightreading.com
12/30/2015 5:20:30 PM
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Re: It'll all come home to roost when...
Too much coffee - I didn't know there was such a thing for you!

I totally get your point, and yes, there are real threats here to the continued existence of those who don't get on board this transformation train. But I actually think we'll see the slow painful demise of those players. 

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LightRay
LightRay
12/30/2015 3:43:28 PM
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Re: It'll all come home to roost when...
yeah, agreed, but it's usually the upside that gets talked about 95% of the time.

Let's not forget there will be casualties and that the companies in this sector need to make sure they're moving now and surviving and not getting left behind.

Also, I may have had too much coffee at that point and got carried away....

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wilson@lightreading.com
wilson@lightreading.com
12/30/2015 3:21:35 PM
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It'll all come home to roost when...
..companies start going out of business.

Wow, glum much, guys?

I think we need to also talk about the upside here - the companies that will break free of their legacy operations to do great things for their companies and their customers. 

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