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Reg Reader Studies There are those who proclaim Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) as the future of information technology; others say it's all just hype created by the industry to drive the next wave of spending.

Well, what do you think? Whether you're an SOA believer or a sceptic, an expert or a novice just trying to figure out what it all means, we'd like to hear your views. Click here to have your say in our latest Reg reader survey which, as usual, should take no more than ten minutes. ®

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