In this series, we look at the responses to our IT Priorities survey to find out just what business professionals around the world -- and in specific regions -- see to be their most important IT issues. These articles drill down into the wealth of data we've collected to bring you new insights around what your peers are thinking and doing. Stay tuned for more coverage.
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State government beats open data, industry participation targets as it nears end of 50-item to-do list, prepares to revise its targets.
DevOps teams, tasked with speeding up application delivery, are mired in their own time sinks.
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Enterprise cloud efforts are begging for leadership. Time to step in and fill the void.
Business users will be able to buy PCs with Windows 7 Professional preloaded beyond October 2014, according to a new change in Microsoft's lifecycle policy.
Fundamental questions that should be part of any IT project -- why, who, what, where, when, and how -- get more critical in the cloud era.
Success in Software as a Service comes from strong, strategic partnerships with their IT departments, IBM survey also finds.
Digital enterprises aren't born overnight, they're the result of an ongoing evolution. Here are some tangible changes seen as the process unfolds.
IDC has downwardly revised its worldwide IT spending forecast from 5 percent growth to 4.6 percent for the year primarily as a result of slower growth in emerging markets and the deceleration of smartphone and tablet demand.
Microsoft has a new chairman of the board, effective immediately. Meet former IBMer John Thompson, who is taking over that role from Bill Gates.
Microsoft has finally chosen its third CEO: Company veteran Satya Nadella. What does this mean for the future of the devices and services company?
Thanks to social, mobile, analytics and cloud, disruption is no longer just for startups, says Accenture.
The world continues to change rapidly for Indian IT services firms. Here's a peek into how they may evolve, and the forces scripting this change.
IT leaders say they have a lot of catching up to do -- but are ready to go to the cloud for most of their solutions.
Smartphones and tablets will be the main drivers lifting overall spend, which will also be heavily impacted by mobility, cloud, big data and social business.