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Business Now Responsible for More IT Investment than IT in CEE

IDC CIO Survey reveals current ownership trends and a drive to align business and IT

Date
May 5, 2015

Business now controls more than half (55%) of IT spending, according to an International Data Corporation (IDC) survey conducted among chief information officers who attended IDC's 2015 CIO Summit in ...

The Insiders – Enterprise IT Decision Making in the Adriatics

Date
March 12, 2015

Major topics: - Most companies do plan some investment in new IT solutions, but only 1 in every 5 is able to follow a long-term IT strategy and invest accordingly. This essentially tactical approach...

2015 CIO Agenda in the Adriatic. A journey into the head of the Adriatic CIO.

Date
February 25, 2015
Subject:
ICT Markets

While improving business processes and operation effectiveness remains the primary expectation towards IT, closer cooperation between business and IT is emerging as a key factor of future competitiven...

IDC Predicts Key Trends for 2015 – An Explosion of Innovation

Date
February 25, 2015
Subject:
ICT Markets

In 2015, the driving force behind all of IDC's predictions is the industry's accelerating transition to the 3rd Platform for innovation and growth, built on the technology pillars of mobility, cloud c...

Croatian IT Market Continues to Stagnate in 2011, According to IDC

Location
Zagreb
Date
September 26, 2012
Subject:
ICT Markets

The Croatian IT market declined 0.5% year on year in U.S. dollar terms to $1.15 billion in 2011. Measured in local currency, the market was down 3.3% from the previous year. IDC expects the IT market ...

Kosovar IT Market Grows Mildly in 2011 after Previous Year's Decline, Says IDC

Location
Prishtina/Zagreb
Date
July 31, 2012
Subject:
ICT Markets

The IT market in Kosovo in 2011 amounted to $126.75 million, reflecting 5.8% year-on-year growth in U.S. dollar terms. Measured in local currency, the market grew 0.8% from the previous year. IDC expe...

Albanian IT Market Grows Moderately in 2011 due to Increased Investments by Government and Telecom Sectors, Says IDC

The Albanian IT market grew 5.5% year on year in 2011 to reach $190.43 million. Measured in local currency (ALL), the market grew 1.9% from the previous year. IDC expects the IT market in the country ...

Bosnia and Herzegovina IT Market Up in 2011 Thanks to Increased Demand in Utility and Transportation Sectors, Says IDC

The IT market in Bosnia and Herzegovina reached almost $277 million in 2011, up 5.1% year on year in U.S. dollar terms and 0.1% in local currency (BAM). IDC expects the IT market in the country to exp...

Macedonian IT Market Declines for Second Consecutive Year in 2011 as Government and Telecom Cut IT Spending, Says IDC

Following a decline in 2010, the Macedonian IT market again fell in 2011, down 0.1% year on year in U.S. dollar terms to a value of $178.98 million. Measured in local currency (MKD), the market contra...

Albanian IT Market Declined in 2010 – Modest Recovery Expected in 2011, Says IDC

Location
Zagreb, Tirana
Date
September 26, 2011
Subject:
ICT Markets

In 2010, the Albanian IT market declined 10.0% year on year in U.S. dollar terms to $85.57 million. When measured in the local currency the market declined 1.4% from the previous year, according to in...

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