IT spending and budgeting
- December 11, 2007
Midmarket firms put a good chunk of their budgets toward new hardware -- mostly network and storage. Next year? Experts predict it'll be blades and virtualization taking up the charge.
- December 05, 2007
It's not so much the slacking off that concerns CIOs. Record online shopping and a shaky economy could black hole your company.
- December 04, 2007
For midmarket CIOs with relatively modest resources, innovation shouldn't be about just spending on new technology. CIOs should also figure out how to do things better.
- November 21, 2007
Talk turkey all you want tomorrow. Today, it's time to give thanks that you work in IT.
- November 08, 2007
The U.S. subprime mortgage crisis is crossing oceans, underscoring challenges in the Indian offshore industry.
- October 25, 2007
Surging energy costs and demands for space mean CIOs are getting squeezed as providers of hosted data centers jack up their prices.
- October 17, 2007
With economists growing pessimistic about the economy in 2008, Gartner says CIOs should prepare an alternative recession budget.
- September 27, 2007
Recession, what recession? Some CIOs are out holiday shopping for IT staff, especially in certain regions and for certain skills.
- September 26, 2007
A new study finds CFOs are deeply pessimistic about the U.S. economy. One bright spot: information technology.
- September 19, 2007
The 2008 budgeting season is here. Get the latest advice on how to avoid common pitfalls during the budget planning process.
- September 12, 2007
New data suggests U.S. companies have not even begun to unlock the value in IT outsourcing.
- August 30, 2007
Maturing IP telephony technology, specifically VoIP, is making its way into more and more businesses while outdated PBX systems (although tried and true) are being shown the door.
- August 16, 2007
Overall spending on SOX was down in 2006, but the 2002 financial reform act remains a gold mine for external auditors. IT can help shift the power and save companies money.
- July 19, 2007
The care and feeding of business software is a touchy topic. Now, a high-profile lawsuit forces the software maintenance issue to raise its ugly head -- again.
- July 18, 2007
CIO Tom Freeman used project portfolio management to save $650,000 and break down silos between city departments.