U.S. organizations are still losing the cyberwar to hackers according to the 2014 U.S. State of Cybercrime survey, recently conducted by CSO, PwC, the U.S. Secret Service, and the CERT Division of Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
CSO and PwC teamed-up with the CERT® Division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and the United States Secret Service to conduct the annual survey to gain a better understanding of cybercrime trends within U.S. organizations.
The CIO Tech Poll: Economic Outlook study was conducted among heads of IT to gauge tech spending, budgets & objectives.
Key findings include:
- CIOs are optimistic on the growth of IT budgets
- There is a shift in budget allocation away from core technologies & toward edge [...]
The annual Tech Influencer research provides a dynamic view of buying process trends among the Network World audience. The goal of the study was to gain a better understanding of the role Network World’s audience plays in the technology buying decisions at their organization, as well as to identify tech purchase levels for the next year and what or who influences those purchases.[…]
CSO’s Security Buying Dynamics Study 2014 was conducted to gain a better understanding of the evolving role and influence of security decision-makers in today’s enterprise organizations (1,000+ employees), and highlight their involvement throughout the IT security purchase process.
With corporate security incidents increasing 33% in the last year, CSOs need direction on how and where to focus efforts and resources. This white paper identifies where CSOs need the most help and what they are looking for in products and solutions.
The IDG Enterprise Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of consumer technologies being used in the enterprise today, and how those technologies are enabling innovation. [...]
The 2014 Computerworld “State of the Enterprise” research was conducted with the objective of understanding how today’s enterprises are evolving to be more competitive, through the use of technology.
Key findings include:
- Enterprises are looking to boost productivity, cut operating costs and focus on finding [...]
As the digital revolution continues to reshape the IT landscape, Enterprise IT faces some high-stakes decisions and pressure to move on those decisions quickly. Network World’s whitepaper explores how the confluence of digital disruptors—such as cloud and mobile— are driving transformative change at [...]