IT is becoming more strategicThere is greater acknowledgement from business unit managers and staff of the importance of the IT function's objectives to the business.53% agree19% strongly agree22% disagree
IT organizations slimmed down their spending in 2009, but are looking to make some strategic IT investments in 2010. What characterizes these investments is that they will provide some cost-cutting or other value to the overall business, according to a new survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit and commissioned by Accenture. Here's an inside look at what's going on inside IT organization budget meetings as IT leaders look ahead to next year's strategic initiatives
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