Benchmarking ANZ IT Budgets And Priorities
CIOs Drive IT Efficiency To Free Up Resources For Business Priorities
November 19, 2010
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CIOs across Australia and New Zealand are emerging from the global financial crisis with a renewed vigor to ensure they effectively meet the needs of the rest of the business. However, their keen focus on driving efficiencies that was honed over the past few years still remains, and many CIOs will continue to drive streamlined processes and centralized services in order to slim down costs and free up more budget for business-focused activities.
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Tools And Templates
Models and Calculators
- Traditional IT Operations Absorbs Much Of The IT Budget In Firms In ANZ
- ANZ IT Departments Are Being Streamlined To Enable Greater Business Focus
- Cloud Computing Is Not A Top Technology Priority For ANZ IT Departments
- IT Will Not Be Spending Its Growing Budget On Its Own Needs
- ANZ IT Departments Will Expand Capacity To Support Business Growth
- IT's Most Important Resource — People — Is The Single Biggest Area Of Spend In ANZ
- IT Is Driving Deeper Business Integration With More Business-Focused Employees
- Outsourcing Is The Biggest Area Of Spend On IT Services
- PCs Represent The Single Biggest Area Of Hardware Spend For ANZ Organizations
- Software Subscription Fees Are Only A Small Proportion Of All Software Spend in ANZ
- IT Budgets Are On The Rise Again In ANZ
Table of Contents
- IT Spend Is On The Rise Again In Australia And New Zealand
- Business Concerns Dominate IT Management Priorities Of ANZ IT Departments
- Ensure Business Technology Initiatives Don't Undermine Your IT Efficiencies
- Supplemental Material
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