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IT Budgeting and ROI

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News Scan: Dell, Yahoo announce new IT exec hires; Keep an eye on these Infosec trends next year; More

Top news for December 12, 2014.

FierceCIO's 2014 Fierce15: Digital Transformation

While a majority of organizations have yet to or are just now tackling digital transformation, there are already important success stories to learn from.  FierceCIO  has highlighted some of these efforts with our 2014 Fierce15 winners.

IoT still young, but business impact, standards starting to be revealed

FierceCIO  spoke to CompTIA technology research analyst Seth Robinson about what the industry thinks about the Internet of Things, and where it thinks the trend is going.

IT budgets are up, down, up again for 2015; Mobile commerce rates exploding, says new study; More.

The top news stories for Dec. 2, 2014.

Want more security money? Learn to communicate risk

Considering all the attention that cybersecurity gets in the mainstream and tech media, it is a wonder more money isn't being earmarked for it in 2015 budgets. But if CIOs and CISOs want more money, they need to learn how to evaluate and communicate risk. That is the language that CEOs and CFOs best understand.

News Scan: IT leaders hopeful for bigger budgets; IT security incidents see dramatic rise, while spending still drops; more

The top news stories for Nov. 6, 2014.

CIOs: Email isn't going anywhere, anytime soon

According to IT professionals, email is here to stay in the enterprise … at least for the next few years.

News Scan: Business spending to grab 50% of new IT projects; IT job candidates have high percentage of inaccurate filings; more

The top news stories for Oct. 27, 2014

News Scan: IT salaries expect to see largest rise of all industries; Event looks at 'Killer apps in the Gigabit age'; More

The top news stories for Oct. 7, 2014.

2015 bodes well for IT budgets

IT investments have risen to the top of the priority list for many organizations, and a new study reveals that 80 percent are planning 2015 budgets to be equal to or greater than their 2014 allocations.