• IT budgeting and spending strategies guide for CIOs

    IT budgeting and spending is a balancing act between needs and wants even in a strong economy. Are you ready to figure out what your IT department will need? Check out this CIO Briefing for IT budgeting and spending strategies.

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  • Should and can security spending be tied to the value of information?

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  • Information technology spending: SOA, virtualization still hot

    IT spending for 2008 is expected to increase slightly over 2007, according to early expert predictions.

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  • BI, ERP top 2007′s IT spending list

    New survey results place BI, ERP and CRM software high atop the list of IT spending priorities for 2007. Meanwhile, interest in SaaS and industry-specific upgrades continues to grow.

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  • Economic future not bright enough for shades

    Experts are predicting a slight uptick in IT spending next year but say improvements won't be significant enough to get all warm and fuzzy about.

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  • Gartner: China, India fuel IT spending boon

    An improving economy in Asia and the Pacific brings increased spending on IT services.

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  • How Company Size Relates to IT Spending

    In a study on company size and IT spending, ROI consultancy Alinean Inc. compared the IT spending and performance ratios of publicly traded U.S. companies. The study divided companies into large (those with revenue of greater than $2 billion), medium sized (those with revenue of between $50...

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  • How to Align Business Goals and IT Spending

    Can seven rules help enterprises align business goals and IT spending?

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  • IT spending on the rise for SMBs

    Two studies say small and midsized businesses will spend more on technology this year, with an eye toward specific investments.

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  • Doling Out the Dollars: Charting IT Spending

    U.S. organizations' IT spending will increase 5.5% in 2006, says Gartner Inc. in Stamford, Conn.

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