Category Archives: Computer Economics

Computer Economics: IT Workers to get 3.0 Percent Pay Hike in 2015

The Computer Economics 2015 IT Salary Report anticipates wages for typical IT workers will rise about 3.0 percent in the coming year, an increase that while modest by historical standards should yield real wage growth…

Computer Economics: IT Operational Spending to Rise 3.0 Percent in 2015

As IT executives look ahead to 2015, they see a business climate that is improving and sustainable—if not stellar—growth. Our forecast for 2015 is not entirely bullish, but it shows conviction. IT operational spending should increase…

BizTechReports Analyst Briefing: Computer Economics’ Frank Scavo Explains Survey Results That Show Large Organizations Out-Investing Mid-Market in Cloud

I have almost taken it as an article of faith that small- and medium-sized business are leading the way in cloud adoption. The seemingly unassailable logic was that these firms tend to be unburdened by…

Twelve Percent of U.S. and Canada IT Organizations Fully Implementing BYOD Policies and 25 Percent are Partially Implementing BYOD

Twelve percent of IT organizations in the U.S. and Canada are fully implementing bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, while another 25 percent have partially implemented these policies, according to a recent Computer Economics report. However, as IT…

Computer Economics: Remote DBA Services Decline Six Percent in 2013

Remote Database Administration (DBA) Services declined in 2013 to 37 percent, down from 43 percent in 2012, a decrease of six percent year-over-year, according to a new Computer Economics study. The decline in the number…