With the economy struggling and financial markets in a state of chaos, this is becoming a hard time to be an IT manager, Computerworld reports. On every here's-how-to-survive-the-recession list that Gartner analysts presented at the consulting firm's 2008 conference in Orlando last week, the No. 1 cost-reduction option for IT execs involved people--in the form of hiring freezes, job cuts, or flattening organizations by eliminating layers of management. And IT projects with high price tags and lengthy returns on investment could be a hard sell internally. Storage projects might be an exception. And IT managers can try to push back,...

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