Finance departments will invest heavily in cloud computing and mobile technologies in the coming year.
Cloud solutions are changing IT spending decisions from strategic decisions to tactical ones.
Finance chiefs are expecting their CIOs to show what the rate of return will be for proposed IT budget items.
Propelled by new technologies and savings on overhead and maintenance, technology spending is on the rise.
This might be a first: An IT project is facing blame for a botulism contamination.
Another botched software outsourcing project—this one from Orange County, California--has ended up in court.
Here’s a spending benchmark to consider: The security portions of IT budgets will increase 7 percent per year globally for the next few years, outpacing spending on networking and unified communications, reports technology research firm Canalys.
A story that chief financial officers hiring managed application service providers should consider: Pennsylvania has canceled a services contract with IBM after a project fell 42 months behind schedule and went $60 million over budget.
Oracle, the giant software and hardware provider, has scheduled this year’s Oracle OpenWorld for Sept. 21 through 26 in San Francisco. Last year, more than 50,000 people attended.
Cloud computing will drive down the pay rates for IT services over the long term, but it is increasing rates in the short term, according to a new study.