A year ago, 54% of security spending was aimed at keeping viruses, worms, spam, spyware and other cyber threats outside the perimeter; now it’s at 33%. Meanwhile, authentication and encryption have gained to account for over one quarter of security projects, a big jump from just 7% a year ago.
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"Clearly, there is no place in modern reporting for this kind of unregulated, unprotected access to readily available facts, let alone in capriciously using them to illustrate areas of concern." ZDNet UK issued its response today to the billowing controversy between our sister site News.
Today I came across Forrester’s latest CRM vendor evaluation: Siebel continues to lead the pack. Siebel continues to offer the most comprehensive solution-set for enterprise-class organizations, with the largest array of front-office solutions tailored to specific industry challenges and opportunities.
August’s IT priorities data reveals a reshuffling of the most important projects as reported by IT pros. Security dropped from the fourth position down to six, opening the door for the first time for both Web technology and IT management to secure spots in the top-5 list.
CIOs are inching their way toward the stratospheric compensation levels commanded by chief executives. Baseline's annual compensation survey found that CIOs from the largest companies in the U.
If you had any questions about the advance of VoIP into the enterprise, we can answer them for you now—planning for VoIP solutions has doubled since January 2005, rising to 35% of all networking plans. This is a dramatic development for our IT Priorities data, especially considering that the trend since August 2003 has had its ups and downs.
We recently compared results from a sponsored white paper (registration req.) we did for BMC about business service management (BSM) to a similar study in 2003.
If you had to guess which companies get the most attention on our news sites (News.com and ZDNet News) you'd probably come up with a list similar to this: Microsoft, Google, Apple, Intel, and IBM; and you’d be right.
A research news item on Tekrati from Foote Partners jumps to the conclusion that recent survey results that show strong pay growth for applications development, database, enterprise software, networking, and systems administration skills, means that offshore outsourcing is no longer pushing down wages for U.S.
"There are very few broad and deep products that have to appeal to the IT departments of the 50 largest companies in the US and also my mom." Micheal Gartenberg, a Jupiter Research analyst, calls Longhorn a "very unique product" because it has to appeal to both business and consumers in order to succeed.