10 Tips For Securing IT Funds In A Slowing Economy
By: Michael Vizard
Whether you believe we're on the brink of a full-blown recession or just experiencing a temporary downturn, money will be tight for nearly everybody in the next few months or more.
Tips For Selling New IT
By: Stephanie Davidson
To ensure survival in a rough economy, IT managers have to learn to talk business.
Managers Caught Between Cutting Costs and Growing Revenue
By: Kevin Fogarty
The need for close coordination with top business managers is greater than ever.
Management Of IT, To The Rescue
By: Nick Evans
With so much focus on cost reduction, why not take out some cost from IT by doing things more productively!
By: Ted Kemp and Mike Koller
Projects that cut costs take precedence in economic downturn.
in IT Infrastructure
By: Jim Champy
In spite of investments of hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars, the IT infrastructures of most companies aren't ready for the Digital Age.
On, Hands Off
By: Rebecca Lynch
To successfully manage outsourcing relationships, you have to focus on the big picture while taking care of the details. Can one person do it all?
the Most of your IT Budget
By: Paul Strassmann
The recent gyrations of Standard & Poor's stock market indicators should serve as a warning that recently liberal IT spending habits should now revert to more realistic levels.
By: Perry Glasser
Is the gulf between the IT and business people in your company as wide as the Atlantic? Is alignment a foreign tem? If any of this sounds familiar, perhaps you should read this story.
Tech Poll Predicts IT Spending Cooling Off; Weak profits Cited
By: Lorraine Cosgrove Ware
Technology budgets will increase over the next 12 months, but at a much slower rate than they did in 2000, according to CIO Magazine's Tech Poll of 282 IT executives.
By: Gary H. Anthes
CIOs haven't been socked with budget cuts yet, but many are preparing to tighten their belts in the softening economy.
Shrinking IT Budget
By: Cheryl Rosen
The slowing economy is causing some companies to examine technology projects more closely and justify IT spending.
Cost of Cutting Costs
By: John Eckhouse
The economic downturn and the fallout from Sept. 11 have forced many business-technology leaders to administer tough medicine to their IT operations.
ROI of IT
By: Martha Heller
A resource package for measuring the return
on your technology investment.
By: Jeff Sweat
Tools and services can help calculate,
quantify IT's effect, but none are perfect.
Strategy -- Paying For Strategic And Tactical IT
By: Steve Andriole
How much are you spending on IT annually? How does it break down? Are your hardware expenses rising faster than your software expenses?
ROI Metrics Fall Into Four Groups
By: John Berry
With the blizzard of metrics now available
to companies to measure the return on IT investment, it's
a good time to take stock of these varied techniques.
The ROIght Stuff?
By: Howard Rubin
Improving the return on your IT investment should be a piece of cake, says Dr. Howard Rubin of the META Group. That's because most IT departments are in sorry shape when it comes to using business metrics.
By: Johanne Sammer
As the economy slips into recession, companies are insisting that projects provide a concrete ROI. Standardized processes and sound measurement systems can ensure that projects live up to their business case.
Mandate: Deliver Results--And Fast
By: David Lewis and Mike Koller
One factor looms large in determining what projects will get funded and what projects won't at most companies: fast payback.
doesn't your ROI add up?
By: Christopher Koch
Y2K and the e-commerce gold rush made ROI
analysis little more than an empty formality at most companies.
Now ROI is back. We give you seven tips to see if your method
Thoughts about ROI
By: Daniel J. Horgan
According to the Standish Group, 70 percent of IT and e-commerce projects either fail or are completed over budget with less functionality than planned.
Market, Cold Facts
By: Emelie Rutherford
Caveats aside, there are a few things one can do to estimate the ROI from a deal with an ASP.