Budgeting for 2003

Ask Mitchel Lenson, CIO of Deutsche Bank, what he thinks is the easiest thing to do and he'll tell you it's slashing costs. But then Lenson, who is based in London, will tell you to look at British Rail and Britain's National Health Service, two organizations that critics say have fallen into a dangerous state of disrepair after suffering years of under-investment.

"It's easy to slash costs. Anyone who knows his or her job can slash IT spending. The easy option is to stop investment. You can

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