IDC is seeing deliberate action being taken by CEOs to create a vision and strategy for the digital business era and to create new value. Insights from IDC’s 2022 Worldwide CEO Survey, a flagship study of 389 top executives from around the globe, will help tech vendors understand the priorities, investments and key success factors of CEOs in 2022.
While not as exposed as European nations, Asian nations, will undoubtedly feel the spillover effects of the economic sanctions on Russia, as will the ICT industry in Asia/Pacific. IDC expects that sanctions, commodity shortages, and higher prices for oil and gas as well as other essential goods will further fuel inflationary pressures and damage ICT supply chains that support the regional consumer electronics/semiconductor manufacturing as well as distribution industries.
IDC’s Simon Ellis highlights the manufacturing industry’s collective struggles to adapt to recent disruption in supply chain operations and unlocks the strategies organizations need to become more resilient.
48% of enterprises plan to keep spending steadily on cloud, according to IDC research, making cloud costs a focus for…
IDC’s Joe Pucciarelli breaks down why it’s imperative for CIOs and IT execs to deliver an objective and relevant suite of metrics and KPI performance dashboards.
It’s easy to understand why Agile is experiencing a strong increase in adoption; as companies become more nimble to embrace the pressures they’re facing in digital transformation, IT development is able to respond aggressively to evolving competitors and exploit markets more easily. But these benefits rival the frustrations on the management side of Agile teams.
Unlock the insights that IDC’s Jordan Speer and her colleagues discovered for prominent themes and technologies that retailers are focusing on after attending NRF 2022.
Organizations that focus on industry ecosystems will begin to derive a large percentage of their revenue from these new business models.
Connectivity resiliency isn’t a one-time transformation. It requires the continuous alignment of people, processes, and technology around a common goal of guaranteed uptime. It also requires investment and integration of complementary connectivity technologies that empower users and customers to remain connected to key applications and services regardless of location or issue.