US ICT Investment Priorities Analyzed in New Kable Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
08 Feb 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – At present, US-based enterprises are trying to discover the right ICT spend balance between the two technology categories, namely dicretory and core. Their intention to advance both security and privacy of the IT infrastructure ignites the interest in relevant services and goods. The increasing adoption of mobile, social as well as cloud-based technologies has become the key factor determining the ICT investment course of most US enterprises.
In the coming years, the enterprises are expected to start using more green IT and cloud based technologies in an attempt to lower their total IT costs. Besides, they set to continue investing in identity management, network security and enterprise applications. Some US enterprises also have plans to invest in IAM solutions, ECM technologies, and network and end-point security.
New research report “ICT Priorities In The US - Enterprise ICT Investment Plans to 2013” created by Kable is devoted to the detailed analysis of ICT investment priorities of US enterprises. The study provides valuable data on the main technologies which US enterprises are investing. It examines US enterprises’ recent and expected ICT budget changes, strategic objectives, current and future investment priorities across main technologies.
ICT Priorities In The US - Enterprise ICT Investment Plans to 2013
Published: January, 2013
Price: US$ 1,250.00
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