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Role & Influence of the Technology Decision-Maker 2014

The 2014 IDG Enterprise Role & Influence of the Technology Decision-Maker survey was conducted with the goal of gaining insight into the evolving role and influence of IT decision-makers in today’s corporations. The research examines the involvement of IT decision-makers during each stage of the IT purchase process and the primary influences and information sources they rely on throughout the...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Feb 25, 2014

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State of the Network 2014

The annual State of the Network research provides a comprehensive view of technology adoption trends among the Network World audience. This research focuses on technology implementation objectives and how leading objectives are influencing IT organizations’ plans with respect to those initiatives. The goal of the study was to help tech marketers inform their product development, marketing and messaging...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Jan 29, 2014

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CIO Magazine Tech Poll: Tech Priorities

The CIO Magazine Tech Poll: Tech Priorities study was conducted among heads of IT to gauge which technology areas IT leaders plan to focus on in the coming year and to measure the direction of spending within those categories. Key findings include: • CIOs are optimistic on IT spending with a positive rate of growth over the next year. • Overall investments continue to swing from “core” to “edge”...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Dec 19, 2013

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Customer Engagement 2013

The 2013 IDG Enterprise Customer Engagement survey was completed with the goal of gaining a better understanding of the role content consumption plays in the purchase process for major technology products and services and gain insight into the preferences of IT decision-makers who have registered to receive more information about a specific product or technology with regard to IT solution provider...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Sep 18, 2013

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Business Analytics and Big Data 2013

The 2013 Computerworld and IDC Business Analytics and Big Data research was completed with the goal of assessing the adoption and deployment patterns of business intelligence and analytics solutions. Key findings include: Business Intelligence Analytics are a growing part of everyday operations. A majority of organizations favor decentralized analytics groups, spreading analysts throughout business...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Sep 10, 2013

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2013 State of the IT Organization

The 2013 State of the IT Organization research was completed with the goal of gaining a better understanding of how senior IT and LOB leaders believe their IT organization will evolve to better meet business demands over the next few years. Key findings include: There is a shift occurring across all organizational structures from tactical, cost-focused business objectives to a more strategic, results-oriented...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Aug 20, 2013

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Navigating IT: Objectives and Obstacles

InfoWorld’s Navigating IT Survey was conducted to gain a deeper understanding of the IT priorities and goals of the InfoWorld audience as well as how these priorities are impacting the structure of IT organizations. Key Findings: The InfoWorld audience is involved at multiple stages of the purchase process for IT products and solutions. These IT decision-makers are juggling multiple critical/very...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Aug 20, 2013

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Cloud Research 2013

The 2013 IDG Enterprise Cloud Computing research was completed with the goal of measuring cloud computing trends among technology decision-makers including usage and plans across various cloud service and deployment models, investments, business drivers and impact on business strategy and plans. Key findings include: Most companies are still working to identify IT operations that are candidates for...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Jun 27, 2013

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CIO/CMO Partnership Survey

The CIO/CMO Partnership Survey was conducted with the objective of gauging how top IT executives and top marketing executives view their working relationship. The survey consisted of two sample groups – Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs). Key Findings: While the majority of CIOs and CMOs rate their relationship favorably, there may be room for improvement. Most...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing· Apr 30, 2013