Here’s some good news for IT managers trying to get new projects approved by the CFO: A study has found that IT investments can significantly boost a company’s profits. However, that’s only the case for some kinds of IT spending.
IT departments are currently facing the huge challenge of dealing with quickly increasing amounts of data while budgets remain flat. That’s especially causing problems when it comes to managing backups and preparing for disaster recovery.
Tech spending is up. Here’s what your company’s competitors are buying for their IT departments now.
As companies continue to deal with budget issues and other problems, what are IT managers most concerned about?
Finally, some good news: It appears most IT departments will soon get the funding they need for long-awaited upgrades and new projects.
According to Gartner, IT spending worldwide is expected to be $3.6 trillion in 2011, a 5.1% increase from the $3.4 trillion spent in 2010.
The recession caused a rare drop in IT budgets, but things are returning to normal for most companies.
How much does your IT department spend on security? How do you match up with your peers? A recent survey has the answers.