Special Report: The New Economics of IT
- 24 March, 2009 16:37
The Australian CIO Executive Council recently polled 121 top local IT executives to create a snapshot of the state of Australian IT in the midst of the global financial crisis.
The outcome is The New Economics of IT, a special report conducted by the Australian CIO Executive Council and CIO Magazine, which examines how Australian organisations are scrutinising their technology spending as they respond to the weaker business environment.
Some of the results of this exclusive research are encouraging, others surprising, but one thing is certain: this is information that no Australian senior IT professional can afford to miss.
Find out more in The New Economics of IT, an exclusive new report from the Australian CIO Executive Council and CIO Magazine.
Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part I
Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part II
Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part III
Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part IV
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- The New Economics of IT, Part I: IT Contractors Out in the Cold, but IT Staff Jobs Held Safe
- Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part I
- The New Economics of IT, Part II: IT Budgets Under Scrutiny in Poor Business Climate
- Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part II
- The New Economics of IT, Part III: It's Bleak Street for Hardest Hit IT Departments
- Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part III
- The New Economics of IT, Part IV: Aussie IT Battlers Doing Better Than US Counterparts
- Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part IV
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