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IDG Enterprise Marketing

This team of storytellers transforms technology marketplace insights into a cohesive narrative to help inform tech marketers of the quickly transforming digital enterprise and the tools available to engage the tech decision-makers making these decisions. With expertise in and enthusiasm for marketing strategy, social media, content marketing, research, analytics and more—all wrapped up in a beautiful design—the IDG Enterprise Marketing team is a relied upon resource and partner with the sales, events, strategic marketing services and editorial teams.

Being marketing savvy is only a small part of what makes this team special. The bond built over food holidays (particularly cheese-based), wine, a fondness of pets and a combination of whacky personalities—a pinch of sarcasm mixed with a lot of laughs—is what keeps this team running.

 

IDG Enterprise Marketing Department
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Articles by IDG Enterprise

Reflection: IT Leaders’ Thoughts on the Trajectory of Tech Budgets

It’s not a surprise. As business goals and strategies transform, budget plans often evolve with them. Technology has been playing a prime role in bringing new strategies to life, and as a result tech budgets have been increasing. The 2017 CIO Tech Poll: Economic Outlook research reveals how heads of IT anticipate their budgets changing and the factors ultimately influencing the fluctuations. The...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · Jul 27, 2017

MarketingFit Guide to: Marketing Technology in the Financial Sector

If executed correctly, the financial industry can reap true benefits from cutting edge technologies that allow for an enhanced customer experience. The layers of security and compliance regulations can make this challenging, but that’s where finance IT decision-makers (ITDMs) come in. Based on key IDG research studies, 2016 Role & Influence of the Technology Decision-Maker and the 2017 Customer...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · Jul 27, 2017

CIO Tech Poll: Economic Outlook 2017

The CIO Tech Poll: Economic Outlook 2017 study was conducted to gauge how current economic conditions are affecting tech spending plans among IT leaders. The results confirm that tech executives are managing multiple modes of IT delivery, with a greater focus on faster-paced/agile IT. Key findings include: Technology investments are expected to increase in the next 12 months – 59% reporting an...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · Jun 16, 2017

The Architecture of Security: Understanding the Role & Strategy

The Architecture of Security executive summary provides an overview of the IDG Enterprise 2017 Security Priorities study explaining the security structure and strategies that organizations have in place to mitigate risk. The research reveals the differences among enterprise and SMB organizations, whether it be within the security investments, challenges or structure. This executive summary will: Look...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · May 25, 2017

The Security Shift – are enterprise and SMB organizations on the same page?

It’s slightly shocking to learn that only 47% of organizations have a formal CSO/CISO role. As security breaches continue to be a major business issue, one would think that targeted and skilled senior security executives would be prevalent at all organizations; however our 2017 Security Priorities study proved otherwise. The role is widely seen among enterprise organizations (organizations with 1,000+...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · May 22, 2017

SalesTech for Sales Enablement
Sales Enablement Through SalesTech

This recent report on SalesTech, looks at the key challenges, solutions, and investment priorities of sales organizations. Conducted across the B2B Technology Marketing Community on LinkedIn, the responses will help sales organizations benchmark their efforts and prioritize their investments in sales technology. The good news is that organizations are adopting sales technologies to help with sales...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · May 15, 2017

B2B Lead Nurturing

Do you have content for each stage of the tech purchase process? If not, consider updating your content library. According to the 2017 IDG Enterprise Customer Engagement research, 85% of tech decision-makers are more likely to consider a vendor that educates them throughout the purchase process. Explore the types of content they are looking for and when sales should follow-up in this B2B lead nurturing...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · May 8, 2017

Customer Engagement: It's Complicated
The State of Customer Engagement: It’s Complicated

The State of Customer Engagement white paper looks at the many complicated parts of the customer journey and uses results from the IDG Enterprise 2017 Customer Engagement Study to provide a roadmap for tech marketers. The research highlights the importance of creating content in the formats most used by target customers, how to personalized that content, and details sales follow preferences to achieve...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · May 8, 2017

Increasing measurable ROI is a top strategic priority for lead gen
Full Spectrum Demand Generation

Are your demand generation goals and challenges the same as your B2B tech marketing peers? According to B2B Lead Generation Trends Report from the Technology Marketing Group on LinkedIn, only 13% say their lead gen strategies are “very successful” in achieving their objectives. Understanding the buyers’ journey is essential for moving customers and prospects through the sales funnel – but it...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · May 8, 2017

IDC Directions Recap: The Business Impact of Augmented & Virtual Reality

Remember that Pokémon Go frenzy last summer? That location-based, augmented reality app was top of mind July 2016; and the attraction towards real world immersion applications doesn’t seem to be fading any time soon. At this year’s IDC Directions, Tom Mainelli, Program Vice President, Devices & AR/VR, shared the use of augmented and virtual reality is on the rise in his session AR/VR: Charting...

By IDG Enterprise Marketing · May 5, 2017