"Tremendous investments and experimentation," like Apple Pay, will drive fast growth in in-person payments, says Forrester.
A Computer Economics' survey predicts budgets for IT operations will grow a median of 3% in 2015, but capital budgets will be stagnant.
Finance execs say they are spending more on preventing cyber attacks, but almost a third indicate their companies are shouldering all the risk.
Firms currently investing more than $10 million on big-data projects expect their spending to rise 35% to 75% by 2017, a survey finds.
Are you using the Altman Z-score to gauge the financial strength of your SaaS partner? The measure's usefulness is questionable, says one CFO.
Poor performance foreshadows the industry’s restructuring.
A significant number of directors also think Congress should tackle broad-based tax reform at the same time.
What does it take to for a company to have staying power? Long-term, "market-like" management of product lines and business mixes.
Splitting off the PC and printer businesses will give the enterprise division "focus, financial resources and flexibility," says CEO Meg Whitman.