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March 17, 2009

A new study reported in BtoB "Inside Technology" email newsletter says that many corporate executives still are technopeasants. Some are even Luddites.

From the story:

A new study reported in BtoB "Inside Technology" email newsletter says that many corporate executives still are technopeasants. Some are even Luddites.

From the story:

More than half of global senior executives are “tech-savvy,” owning and using a wide array of technology products at work and at home to consume media, according to a new survey by the Financial Times and b-to-b agency Doremus, New York.

Conducted in the fourth quarter of last year, the study was based on an online survey of 338 global senior executives.

It found that 55% of senior execs are “tech-savvy,” 15% are “technophiles” and 20% are “Luddites.”

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