In this infographic, we shine a light on our 2019 IT Priorities survey results. Discover what IT departments are investing in and how much budgets are increasing by. Taken from a study of 222 respondents from across the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The results of our 2019 IT Priorities survey are in, and they show the good news that IT budgets are rising faster than they have for many years. Cloud remains the top spending priority for this year, but IT automation is growing fast as a major investment area.
In this e-guide: We take a look at our 2021 Salary Survey results from over 300 respondents who work in the UKI IT sector. We will be breaking down which job functions get paid what, what areas of IT companies will be investing in in 2021 and the current diversity landscape residing in the UK tech sector.
In this infographic, we take a look at the top network initiatives of 2019, what types of mobility projects are being invested in and which IT sectors are seeing the biggest budget increases. Survey results taken from the 2019 IT Priorities survey carried out by ComputerWeekly.com, ComputerWeekly.de and LeMagIT.fr.
In this infographic, we share insights on IT buyer's content preferences depending on their buying stage and provide information on how to reach and engage your audience in different digital channels.
This research report presents results from a survey of 360 line of business managers in regards to B2B integration, and also offers recommendations on narrowing the gap between business and IT to maximize returns from B2B integration initiatives.
This whitepaper will help you take the anxiety out of testing anti-spam solutions. By following our five-step plan, you can test anti-spam solutions quickly and easily. Most important, you will get results you can trust.
Learn the reasons why a holistic view of risk in your company is essential in times of financial turbulence - and how many companies are adding value through governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) initiatives. Read this report to learn more. (Economist Intelligence Unit, 2009)