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Latest Content From InformationWeek

Research Report: 2020 State of Enterprise IT Report

by InformationWeekMar 31, 2020

Digital Transformation Shapes IT Trends

The pace of innovation continues to accelerate as organizations become increasingly digital. IT investment, cloud computing, AI and analytics, along with a renewed focus on customers and business partners, are helping IT secure its strategic position in organizations. IT leaders aren't just considering but are implementing emerging technologies and concepts such as new cloud computing uses, a shift to analytics-driven decision making, and applications based on artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Download this report from InformationWeek today to learn more about how companies like yours are investing in emerging technologies to drive IT innovation.


Research Report: 2020 State of Infrastructure Report

by InformationWeekFeb 14, 2020

Forecasts indicate that spending on digital transformation will reach $2 trillion by 2022. And, to support major new initiatives, organizations are investing in their infrastructure today, with an eye toward building a digital infrastructure for tomorrow. In this special report, you'll learn about key trends around overall spending, impacts on workforces, factors driving change, investment in innovation, key areas of infrastructure, and much more.


Digital Editorial Content: IT Careers: Tech Drives Constant Change

by InformationWeekFeb 12, 2020

Advances in information technology and management concepts mean that IT professionals must update their skill sets, even their career goals on an almost yearly basis. Tech concepts such as outsourcing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data analytics, cloud, and DevOps are changing the game for every IT pro.

In this IT Trend Report, experts share advice on how IT pros can keep up with this every-changing job market, including:

  • In-demand skills
  • Where to go for advice on getting a raise
  • Some of the emerging job types available to IT pros
  • How to step up onto an IT leadership path
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Research Report: The State of Cloud Computing

by InformationWeekJan 23, 2020

Responses to our recently conducted State of Cloud Computing Survey reveal incremental shifts in how organizations are planning their cloud spending for the next two years. However, a closer examination shows the drastic differences in the needs that are driving how companies expect to spend. Find out what the survey revealed by downloading your copy of the report today.

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Research Report: 2020 IT Salary Report | How Do You Compare to Your Peers?

by InformationWeekJan 16, 2020

Now is the time for you to create a new plan by evaluating what you earn, what you are worth, and where you want to grow. Download this report to help evaluate your value and worth in the IT professional job market for 2020.

InformationWeek surveyed full-time staff and management IT professionals employed in the United States with questions related to salaries, benefits, certifications, skills, and job satisfaction. The economy is strong, and U.S. IT professionals are reaping the rewards of a business environment that is increasingly built on technology. 2020 may be the best time for IT pros to take a critical look their current compensation, their value to the organization, how current salaries compare to their peers, and ultimately, if they are paid what they are worth.

    The 2020 IT Salary Report reveals:
  • IT professionals' compensation in 2019
  • Details of the gender pay gap
  • IT job satisfaction
  • Effects of outsourcing on IT
  • And more!

Digital Editorial Content: The Cloud Gets Ready for the 20's

by InformationWeekDec 06, 2019

This IT Trend Report explores how cloud computing is being shaped for the next phase in its maturation. It will help enterprise IT decision makers and business leaders understand some of the key trends reflected emerging cloud concepts and technologies, and in enterprise cloud usage patterns. Key themes include managing multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments and lessons learned from a four-year project to migrate a major bank from on-premise systems to a new cloud environment.

Here's what's inside:

  • Dealing with multi-cloud complexity
  • Lessons from a cloud migration
  • The cloud and the data fabric of the future
  • What an MSP consolidation means to enterprise IT


Digital Editorial Content: Getting Started With Emerging Technologies

by InformationWeekOct 07, 2019

Looking to help your enterprise IT team ease the stress of putting new/emerging technologies such as AI, machine learning and IoT to work for their organizations? There are a few ways to get off on the right foot. In this report we share some expert advice on how to approach some of these seemingly daunting tech challenges.

    Here's what's inside:
  • How to Get Hands-On with Machine Learning: If you really want to understand the capabilities and limitations of machine learning, you have to get hands-on. Here's a short list of options for beginners.
  • Dos and Don'ts: Robotic Process Automation: RPA is the fastest growing category of software today, driven by enterprise digital transformation efforts. Here's how to make the most of it.
  • Struggling with IoT? Here Are 3 Steps to Get You Moving: The biggest hurdle in implementing the Internet of Things is coming up with a plan and getting stakeholders aligned on a strategy that yields a desired ROI.
  • Four Technology-Driven Hiring Trends: It's been a challenging year for businesses seeking to hire CIOs and technical experts in fields as diverse as machine learning and mobile network technology.


Digital Editorial Content: Data Science and AI in the Fast Lane

by InformationWeekJul 16, 2019

In this IT Trend Report IT leaders and business executives can gain insight into how quickly and dramatically data science is influencing how enterprises are managed and where they will derive business success.

Read this Report to:
• Understand how fast data science is changing the world of business
• Get a view into the workplace of the future
• See how traditional software companies are adapting to a world of AI and data science
• Learn how AI applications should be structured


Research Report: State of the Cloud

by InformationWeekJul 10, 2019

Cloud has drastically changed how IT organizations consume and deploy services in the digital age. This research report will delve into public, private and hybrid cloud adoption trends, with a special focus on infrastructure as a service and its role in the enterprise. It will examine the challenges organizations are experiencing, and the technologies and strategies they are using to manage and mitigate those challenges.


Research Report: 2019 State of DevOps

by InformationWeekMay 31, 2019

DevOps is becoming more commonplace in the enterprise as IT organizations implement strategies across developer and operations teams to increase efficiency and deploy applications more quickly. But embracing DevOps means making significant cultural, organizational, and technological changes, which can slow and complicate adoption. This research report will examine how and why IT organizations are adopting DevOps methodologies, the major barriers they are facing, major tools and technologies being utilized, and the benefits and improvements DevOps is facilitating in the companies taking advantage of it.