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Dec 14 2009   4:13PM GMT

CIO weekly wrap-up: IT budgets, outsourcing applications, CIO tenure

Rachel Lebeaux Rachel Lebeaux Profile: Rachel Lebeaux

We had an info-packed past week at SearchCIO.com. Don’t believe me? Check out the stories and guides below, covering 2010 information technology budgets, CIO job tenure, outsourcing IT application develoment and management and more.

2010 information technology plans will have smaller budgets — Will 2010 be the year most IT budgets decline? Our annual survey says “yes” but also reveals significant differences in both budgets and priorities between the haves and have-nots.

A mainframe application modernization strategy that pays for itself — This “lift and shift” migration from 700 MIPS to Windows paid for itself and future enhancements out of operational savings. In this piece, experts weigh in on some best practices.

Insourcing IT application development and management: A how-to guide — Insourcing your IT application development and management can bring you closer to your mission-critical applications and data. In this tip, get advice on bringing application work back in-house.

CIOs parlay business smarts into stable job tenures — In a sign that the IT role is maturing, the tenure of IT executive jobs was an average six years in 2009, a dramatic difference from past downturns. Find out why CIOs are sticking around.

CIO’s guide to outsourcing application development and management — Application outsourcing will lead enterprise CIO agendas again next year, with IT application development and management services in high demand. Learn more in this guide, our latest in the CIO Briefing series.

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