In this video, Computer Weekly's editor-in-chief, Bryan Glick, talks us through the key areas that IT managers in the UK are planning on spending their budgets on. Results and statistics are taken from Computer Weekly's 2018 IT Priorities survey in which over 250 IT decision makers took part.
This year's Computer Weekly and TechTarget IT Priorities survey has revealed that IT decision makers at Benelux based organisations are less confident, than counterparts in most other parts of Europe, that IT budgets will rise this year.Only 28% of them think budgets will increase.
Inside this guide, you'll find an overview of the career and salary trends we're seeing in APAC as well as a breakdown of the results from ANZ, ASEAN and India so you can see for your location which job functions are getting paid what, what IT professionals are thinking in terms of career, and their salary expectations for the next 12 months.
Our IT Salary & Career Study is now underway and we need your help to determine the current trends in employment & salaries. As a valued Computer Weekly member, you're invited to share your experience by completing this survey. It only takes a few minutes to complete and you'll also be one of the first to receive a detailed survey report.
Every year, Computer Weekly conducts a large-scale survey of our readers to find out their IT spending priorities for the year ahead – it's always an interesting take on what's happening in IT departments around the country because it's coming from the leaders making those technology purchasing decisions.
Incoming CIOs have around 100 days to set themselves up with a smooth runway to success. The good news is that countless CIOs have already gone through the rigmarole and made the mistakes so that you don't have to. Here are five common mistakes a new CIO should try to avoid.
In this handbook, focused on digital disruption in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at how business and IT leaders can implement a coherent and cohesive approach to digital transformation. Download the handbook now.
In this e-guide, we shine the light on the state of IT service management (ITSM) and the framework upon which it is effectively built, the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL). We explore how ITSM is being changed by machine learning, how it can be used in the cloud and the datacentre, and the role ITIL could play in digital business transformation.
Each year, Computer Weekly asks CIOs and senior IT decision makers what they will be investing in during the 12 months ahead. Access this infographic to find out the key spending priorities for 2017.