Many IT leaders didn't have high hopes their budgets would grow in 2016. But as they look ahead to 2017, optimism has taken hold! Read more.
The IT market is huge, are you targeting the right IT buyer? Find out if your marketing efforts are focusing on the wrong person. Read more.
This infographic provides highlights from Black Hat's attendee survey - covering top concerns, most time-consuming tasks, budget trends, and the fear of the Internet of Things. 460 top-level security experts were surveyed, including leading ethical hackers, IT security management, and technology developers. Read more.
Infographics played a larger role than ever in Create Your Next Customer’s 2014 visual storytelling efforts. Looking back, they provide a great snapshot of the year’s big marketing and technology trends from our longer research pieces. Read more.
Our latest infographic series results from the InformationWeek 2014 State of the Enterprise Data Center Survey. The infographic assesses the current state of data centers, explores data center resource constraints, and reviews efforts to monitor, manage, and measure IT and data center systems. Read more.
The data center is full of nonstop action. In the physical infrastructure, SDN is disrupting networking, flash is shaking up storage, and hypervisors have revolutionized how we buy servers. For managers, DevOps and Lean business models are changing attitudes and application strategies. And of course, cloud is everywhere. Read more.
Our latest infographic shares results from the InformationWeek 2014 Strategic Security Survey. The infographic assesses the current state of security programs, where organizations are focusing their security efforts, and how IT is adapting to current threats and trends. Read more.
The 1,117 IT staffers and 889 IT managers with primary job function of application development continue to demand compensation solidly above that of the typical IT pro. Pay increases remain at about the rate of inflation. Download the full report to find out more about IT salary compensation trends from the perspective of those on the front lines - developers. Read more.
There's never enough money or manpower for innovative IT projects. The media keeps saying the solution is for CIOs to work more closely with business leaders and CMOs. But how, when the IT team is barely staying afloat? Read more.