A new report says businesses will be hesitant to boost spending this year – but IT may have an easier time getting a budget increase than other departments.
Many businesses are planning to stick with Windows XP until Microsoft’s upcoming operating system, Windows 8, is released. But some experts are warning that’s a dangerous tactic.
At more and more companies, the CFO has direct control over IT. But unfortunately, recent research shows most CFOs have a low opinion of the IT groups working under them.
According to the latest estimates, growth in IT spending this year will be even better than previously anticipated.
Considering turning to the cloud to solve your business’s storage issues? Here are some reasons you should – and why you should stay away.
Cloud computing has grown in popularity recently, but it’s still relatively new, and some kinks need to be worked out in the way services are delivered.
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.
If your business has struggled to keep up with the huge amounts of data it must store, you aren’t alone.
Got a list of complaints about some of the software vendors you’ve worked with in the past? You aren’t alone.
How much does your IT department spend on security? How do you match up with your peers? A recent survey has the answers.