Research Slideshow: Enterprise IT: What Your Colleagues Really Think

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 01-23-2011
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A whopping 94% of respondents say that IT is important to the future strategy of their organizations.

When it comes to the enterprise, IT is a key component in just about every single company's operation. One way or another, companies are dependent upon technology and the implementation of different products and services to compete. As a CIO, you might sometimes wonder if you and your team are really appreciated. You understand the value that technology brings to the corporate world, and chances are, your IT staff does, as well. But you undoubtedly want to know that the rest of your company sees that value. Luckily for you, it seems that the employees at your firm just might. A study from the not-for-profit, IT Governance Institute, which polled 834 executives in 21 countries around the world, reveals that the importance of IT in the enterprise is apparent across all levels of an organization. The study, "Global Status Report on the Governance of Enterprise IT," reveals how IT workers and business employees view their IT organization and its role in the overall strategy of the enterprise.



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