Enterprise leaders feel that artificial intelligence can help solve their talent-management problems—but relatively few organizations are investing in AI solutions for HR.
No longer a technology curiosity, AI has gone mainstream—and companies are combining it with analytics to emerge as smarter, leaner and more productive businesses.
Seeking to avoid the loss of data triggered by natural disasters or cyber-threats, companies are more likely to incorporate the cloud into their backup/recovery plans.
Just over one-half of enterprise IT budgets will flatten in 2019, but organizations are still committed to updating their IT infrastructure while supporting tech projects and stronger cyber-security.
Constantly tasked to respond to user/help desk requests, IT pros long for the day when they can work on AI and other top innovations to improve their company's tech performance—and possibly even make the world a better place.
With data lakes swiftly growing, IT is increasingly investing in the cloud-based big data processing tools and self-service analytics solutions.
Millennials are more likely to recommend what kind of tech works best on the job—and they’re also more optimistic about their employer’s state of tech deployment/innovation.
With faster and more efficient code production—and an improved "open-source culture"—more enterprises are launching formal open-source programs.
Project teams are wasting nine weeks a year due to collaboration issues—but IT can help eliminate this via the acquisition and deployment of much-needed project planning and dashboard solutions.
While IT is clearly capable of great things when it comes to innovation, organizations are still more likely to view tech teams as maintenance crews for infrastructure and systems.