As Labor Day approaches, thoughts generally turn toward picnics, the beach or simply hanging around the house for a few days. But the reason we have the day off in the first place is to acknowledge the plight of the working man or woman.
While most IT professionals are not inclined to form or join a union, they too have their grievances. In fact, many of them wonder why various IT associations don’t do more to address these issues. As most of us get ready to take a little well-deserved rest this weekend, here is a list of the top 10 challenges facing IT workers today.
Global research shows 37 percent of technology budgets now controlled outside of IT departments; 79 percent of C-level executives believe they can make better and faster decisions without the involvement of IT. ... More >>
Leaders evenly split on spending outlook; IT applications and infrastructure services top spending increases, outsourcing largest decrease; limited concern with Boomer exodus. ... More >>
Tactical issues are getting a lot more attention from IT leaders who are concerned about being able to demonstrate measurable IT values. ... More >>