IT Management Slideshow: Enterprise CIO Priorities: All About The Business

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 03-07-2011

76 percent

More than three quarters of respondents say that IT business priorities are set with equal input from IT management and executive leadership.

76 percent

15 percent

A startling 15 percent of companies set IT business priorities without input from IT staff.

15 percent

82 percent

When it comes to strategic priorities, 82 percent respondents rank "customer experience" as their No. 1 corporate goal.

82 percent

Other priorities

- Driving business growth- Increasing employee productivity

Other priorities

Mobile investments

When it comes investing in mobility, more than 20 percent of respondents say that "improving responsiveness to customers" is the No. 1 influence on their decisions.

Mobile investments

Improved collaboration

Improving collaboration with customers and partners is also a key driver for mobility decisions.

Improved collaboration

Productivity

A little less than 20 percent of respondents say worker productivity is their top priority when it comes to mobility decisions.

Productivity

60 percent

More than 60 percent of respondents say they encourage video conferencing or telepresence in their operations.

60 percent

Limiting IM, social networks

Over 60 percent of respondents say they "limit" instant messaging and social-networking use in their companies, the Yankee Group found.

Limiting IM, social networks

Budget increases

50 percent of respondents expect to see budget increases in 2011.

Budget increases

Budget decreases

Only 11 percent of respondents say budgets will decrease in 2011.

Budget decreases

Tough times in some sectors

Respondents in government organizations and public sector companies are most negative about future budget constraints.

Tough times in some sectors