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Survey: CIOs, Execs Want Better IT Agility

A recent survey finds CEOs and CIOs are unsatisfied with how their companies respond to business changes. The survey asked 320 execs to gauge their company strengths and weaknesses to responding to marketplace pressures. IDN looks at where say IT can help, and even where they say IT may be hurting.

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Survey: Execs View IT as a Game Changer

A June survey finds CEOs and CIOs are unsatisfied with how their companies respond to business changes. The survey asked 320 execs to gauge their company strengths and weaknesses to responding to marketplace pressures. IDN looks at where say IT can help, and even where they say IT may be hurting.

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90% of Financial CxOs Express Concerns

More than 90% of financial CIOs are worried that a lack of in-depth visiblity and understanding of their legacy assets -- and how to plug them into today's technologies is hurting their business. High costs, uncertain compliance, and lengthy time-to-deployments are all pain points, a recent survey says. Learn what 60 top global financial managers are doing about their concerns, and how their efforts will affect architecture and development projects.

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Spyware Concerns on the Rise in 2005

One of the first security surveys of developers and IT pros in 2005 finds spyware on their list of top concerns this year. Two-thirds of respondents said this year spyware would present a greater threat than viruses or phishing. Notably, end users still don't know what spyware is, or how to identify it. Get prepared with stats and tips.

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Making Webinar Invites Break Through

As webinars continue to become one of the major sources of lead generation, it is becoming increasingly difficult to attract qualified participants to these web events. More difficult because so many target IT execs are getting bombarded -- with two to five invites a week. See how your email invite can break through.

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Spyware Concerns on the Rise in 2005

One of the first security surveys of developers and IT pros in 2005 finds spyware on their list of top concerns this year. Two-thirds of respondents said this year spyware would present a greater threat than viruses or phishing. Notably, end users still don't know what spyware is, or how to identify it. Get prepared with stats and tips.

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