Computerworld State of the Enterprise 2014
The 2014 Computerworld “State of the Enterprise” research was conducted with the objective of understanding how today’s enterprises are evolving to be more competitive, through the use of technology.
Key findings include:
- Enterprises are looking to boost productivity, cut operating costs and focus on finding new revenue streams, identifying new markets, and growing their business. However, they struggle to balance business expectations while integrating new technologies.
- Over the next 1-3 years, there is a commitment to invest in emerging technologies.
- Overcoming the communication disconnect between business and IT continues to improve with steps begin taken to facilitate better alignment.
- IT clearly identifies with the role new technologies play in addressing critical business challenges and contributing to creating a competitive advantage.
The 2014 Computerworld State of the Enterprise research was conducted online in November 2013. Responses were collected among the Computerworld audience via email broadcast to Computerworld’s print and online audience. Results are based on a total of 313 survey responses. For more information on this study, view the excerpt below.