Results for Survey

Survey: Activity, Spending on Mobile IT Set To Skyrocket by 2013

Enterprises are aggressively embracing mobile IT, says a just-released survey of 1,000 IT managers in the US and the UK. By mid-2013, up to one-third of all firms will be working on four or more mobile projects at the same time, says the survey from Antenna Software. The survey also highlights tips on how to avoid chaos in this rush to mobilize.

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Survey: CDW Says Mobile Computing is “New Normal” for Federal Employees

BYOD is becoming the new normal for government workers. More than half of federal employees use at least one mobile device at work, according to the Federal Mobility Report by CDW Government LLC.  Further, an off-the-charts 99% of Federal IT workers said they had deployed a mobile project in their agency.

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Survey: BYOD is Driving IT Admins To Look for Better Mobile Support

Even as Bring Your Own Device policies at corporate firms are gaining momentum, IT admins admit there’s a lot more their companies need to do to support such any-device-goes mobile policies, according to a survey from Mimecast, a provider of cloud-based email management.

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Survey: SaaS, Cloud Providers Say Integration is ‘Crucial’ To Business Growth

A just-released survey finds that as cloud integration becomes more important to enterprise IT, it has become business critical to SaaS and cloud services providers. Nearly 90% of cloud providers said integration is important to winning customer deals. IDN speaks with the survey’s authors.

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Survey: Enterprise Trends in Cloud, Virtualization Adoption

A survey released this month finds that while at least one-third of enterprises have migrated, or plan to migrate, front office and back office on-premise applications, many firms remain concerned about the management and performance of migrated apps.  IDN speaks with an exec from Precise Software, sponsor of the survey.

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Evans’ 2011 Survey Finds NoSQL, Mobile Gain Traction; Cloud Security Sought

The 2011 edition of the Evans Data Corp. North American Developer Survey finds that cloud is still hot, but it now vies for attention with other emerging technologies. Enterprise mobile, NoSQL and Big Data are all rapidly capturing mindshare – and budgets. IDN speaks with Evans Data CEO Janel Garvin about the results.

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Survey: 28 Percent of U.S. Organizations Maintain, Manage Cloud, CDW Finds

CDW’s first Cloud Computing Tracking Poll found 28% of U.S. organizations are using cloud computing today, with most reporting (73 percent) their first step into cloud was implementation of a single cloud application. Respondents now implementing or maintaining cloud projects plan to spend no more than one-third of their IT budget (34%) on cloud by 2016.

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Survey: Scalability, Cost Savings Drives Open Source Cloud Adoption

More than 80% of IT professionals polled by a group of open source providers of cloud computing solutions are using, or plan to implement, a cloud project.  Top cloud motivators were: cutting hardware costs, more agile infrastructure and reducing system management burdens, according to the survey by Cloud.com and partners.

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Survey: Private Clouds, Mobile Top IT Priority List, Unisys Says

Private clouds and mobile support for enterprise IT are top IT priorities this year, according to polls by Unisys Corp.  Nearly half  (44%) of respondents said their top priority was cloud computing, with about one-quarter naming mobile devices were their primary IT focus for 2011. Unisys also notes other top IT trends for this year. 

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Survey: Virtualization, Cloud Pose Backup and Recovery Challenges

Most IT professionals at small and mid-sized firms want a single backup and recovery solution across all environments -- physical, virtual and cloud,  according to a recent survey.  The survey of some 3,000 IT managers worldwide also shows IT is concerned about keeping data safe and backed up in these ‘hybrid’ environments.

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Survey: Dice.com Sees Signs IT Wages Will Rise – Finally

Overall IT salaries remained nearly flat for a second straight year, but those with SOA, data integration, ERP and ETL skills were most likely to have bigger paychecks, according to Dice.com’s annual high-tech salary survey. IDN looks at the numbers, skills and locales with the biggest payoffs for IT professionals.

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MicroStrategy Sees Surge in Mobile BI; Updates iPhone, iPad Support

BI provider MicroStrategy has released a survey that predicts mobile BI adoption will explode in the next two years. The survey results follow the release this fall of MicroStrategy 9 Release 3, which provides enhanced mobile BI capabilities for the Apple iPhone and iPad.

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