It seems inevitable that someone who is not an expert in IT will have at least some responsibility of overseeing IT costs and spending. That’s just how things go. What is vital when this occurs is to ensure that anyone in charge of finances has an opportunity to understand some of the unique ways IT costs impact ROI. With that in mind, these are the five of the most common IT-related money traps that hurt businesses in every industry.
There is a full-scale processor war happening right now. It started about a year ago, and the intensity has grown since. AMD and Intel have both made some exciting recent announcements. We’ll take a look at what is new and how you can benefit from the grueling competition.
Making an IT budget seems to grow more complicated every year. Technology gets more complicated, prices change, needs change and consumers expect more for less. It’s possible to keep up with everything, but only through dedication and hard work.The first step on that journey is acquiring knowledge, so we have a detailed breakdown of IT spending trends for 2018. Learn what everyone is doing, and it can inform your decisions to help you make the most of the next year.
Organizations spend $1.5 trillion dollars each year, globally, on fixed and mobile telecom services. This spend represented 15% of global IT spend at 2016’s year-end and is only expected to grow.