For 17 years, the InformationWeek 500 has tracked the IT practices of the nation's most innovative IT organizations. The InformationWeek 500 report examines business and technology best practices, IT investments, and provides industry comparisons. Use these findings to benchmark your company's strategies against the nation's most innovative users of IT as identified by the 2005 InformationWeek 500.
Key report areas include:
Plus a report appendix that compares and contrasts the business and technology strategies of the top 100 companies against the other 400 sites.
Although InformationWeek 500 candidates reveal key elements of spending plans and budgets during the research process, the data is presented in various aggregated forms such as by industry (for benchmarking purposes) or across the top 100 sites. Individual responses are never disclosed.
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