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  • Special Report: The New Economics of IT

    The Australian CIO Executive Council polled 121 top local IT executives and found that the current economic crisis is taking its toll on Australian IT departments. Find out more in our special report “The New Economics of IT”.

    Written by A CIO Executive Council Report24 March 09 16:37
  • Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part IV

    The global financial crisis is having an impact on IT departments around the world, but Australian CIOs are feeling less pain than their counterparts in the United States.

    Written by A CIO Executive Council Report26 March 09 11:56
  • Slideshow: The New Economics of IT, Part III

    More than a third of Australian CIOs reported that their budgets are being cut, shifting the IT emphasis from growth to survival.

    Written by A CIO Executive Council Report25 March 09 11:33
  • The New Economics of IT, Part IV: Aussie IT Battlers Doing Better Than US Counterparts

    The global financial crisis is having an impact on IT departments around the world, but Australian CIOs are feeling less pain than their counterparts in the United States. The fourth and final part of our special report based on the Australian CIO Executive Council survey The New Economics of IT, reveals that US IT executives are dealing with deeper and more profound cutbacks than their Aussie peers.

    Written by A CIO Executive Council Report26 March 09 10:07
  • The New Economics of IT, Part III: It's Bleak Street for Hardest Hit IT Departments

    More than a third of Australian CIOs responding to the CIO Executive Council survey The New Economics of IT report that their budgets are being cut. Part III of our special report reveals a gloomy picture of life at the IT frontline as the emphasis shifts from growth to survival.

    Written by A CIO Executive Council Report25 March 09 11:42
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