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Fitch: 2009 ‘Integration’ Spending May Prove a Bright Spot

As the economic downturn enters 2009, IT spending for integration-focused software, consulting and systems integration may prove to be the bright spot. The prediction comes from the 2009 Fitch Outlook, an IT spending projection from worldwide credit watcher Fitch Ratings.

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Survey: IT Pay Outlook Mixed for '06

Despite signs that new high-tech projects, such as SOA and web services, are gaining steam, salaries may have peaked for many IT professionals. Take a look at the Enterprise Systems 2005 IT Salary Survey, and see the signs it points to for '06.

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Survey: Some AppDev Pay May Have Peaked

Despite signs that new SOA and web services projects seem to be gaining corporate acceptance, the uptick in new projects doesn't seem to be boosting salaries increases for appdev programmers or managers. Enterprise Systems 2005 IT Salary Survey finds a wide range of hands-on and manager salaries may have peaked in 2004, in fact. Check out what 1,000 IT hiring execs say are the latest in IT dev trends.

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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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IDN Pick 6: Fear and Low Margins at Oracle Trial

Integration Developer News' Pick-6 this focus on news coming from Oracle's court challenge of the U.S. government's move to block its takeover of PeopleSoft. As PeopleSoft this week blames Oracle's failed buyout attempt on its missing its sales numbers, see what's up in the trial. We look at items from news.com, LinuxWorld.com, CxOtoday, and Accountancy Age (which claims PeopleSoft offered 50%+ discounts to keep customers), and CRMBuyer.com (which reports on customer "hostage" fears from Oracle).

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