IT spending is up: What your competitors are buying

Tech spending is up. Here’s what your company’s competitors are buying for their IT departments now.

What keeps you up at night?

As companies continue to deal with budget issues and other problems, what are IT managers most concerned about?

IT managers optimistic about 2011 budgets

Finally, some good news: It appears most IT departments will soon get the funding they need for long-awaited upgrades and new projects.

Forecast: IT budgets to increase in 2011

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.

Is your IT budget lagging behind competitors’?

The recession caused a rare drop in IT budgets, but things are returning to normal for most companies.

How much should IT spend on security?

How much does your IT department spend on security? How do you match up with your peers? A recent survey has the answers.

The real cost of network outages

Users and IT staffers alike dread hearing that “the network’s down.” A new study says your company’s CFO should feel the same way.