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RnRMarketResearch.com adds new market research reports on the Enterprise ICT industry covering investment plans for 2013, ICT priorities, budget, procurement and staffing trends for multiple countries.
The report "ICT budget and staffing trends in Brazil - Enterprise ICT investment plans to 2013" presents the findings from a survey of 193 Brazilian enterprises regarding their Information and Communication Technology (ICT) budgets and staff allocation. The survey investigates how Brazilian enterprises currently allocate their ICT budgets across the core areas of enterprise ICT spend, namely hardware, software, IT services, communications and consulting. Brazilian enterprises are demonstrating and increasingly positive trend in the adoption of IT which is expected to continue in 2013. Enterprise ICT spending is anticipated to follow an upward trend as rapid economic growth and favorable business conditions are allowing Brazilian enterprises to spend more on expanding their businesses. Brazilian enterprises are spending a major portion of their IT services budgets on customized application development and application integration projects, to ensure that their application environment is robust and all disparate applications are properly integrated. As the number of mobile workers increases across Brazilian enterprises, the demand for mobile data and voice technologies is also set to increase. Brazilian organizations are spending a percentage of their total telecommunications budgets on average on wireless data technologies (3G mobile telecommunications and WiFi). Complete report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/ict-budget-and-staffing-trends-in-brazil-enterprise-ict-investment-plans-to-2013-market-report.html.
The report "ICT Procurement Trends in South Africa - Enterprise ICT Investment Plans to 2013" says enterprises in South Africa prefer to procure technologies direct from suppliers and deploy them on-site, although their preference towards hosted services is also gaining momentum. With increasing complexity of the ICT environment, South African enterprises are faced with technology management issues. South African enterprises' emphasis on cost cutting and reducing complexity is providing an impetus to adoption of managed and hosted services. Overall ICT spending in South Africa is expected to increase in 2013 compared to 2012, mainly due to high spending on hardware and mobile communications. Increasing customer satisfaction and raising efficiency are the main business objective influencing IT investment strategy amongst South African enterprises. CFOs, in addition to CIOs / IT departments, have a major influence on ICT investment decisions, given their role in controlling enterprise budgets and hence decision making. Complete report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/ict-procurement-trends-in-south-africa-enterprise-ict-investment-plans-to-2013-market-report.html.
The report "ICT Priorities in France - Enterprise ICT investment plans to 2013" presents the findings from a survey of 153 French enterprises and says although investment in core technologies has been the top priority in recent times, this trend is anticipated to change in the next two years in France. More French enterprises are expected to shift their focus from core technologies to virtualized and cloud infrastructure in order to reduce cost, increase sustainability, enhance business efficiency, and gain hassle free services. This survey of ICT leaders finds that IT security and data privacy is the highest priority among the IT management across all French enterprises. Identity and access management (IAM) currently has the highest penetration rate in the French market, followed by database security, application security and network security solutions. Systems and network management and database management are expected to bring in higher investments from French enterprises says the report available @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/ict-priorities-in-france-enterprise-ict-investment-plans-to-2013-market-report.html.
The report "ICT budget and staffing trends in Australia - Enterprise ICT investment plans to 2013" offers findings from a survey of 85 enterprises from the ICT market in Australia, which is witnessing strong growth, with enterprises spending their budgets across all major technological areas. This research reveals that factors such as the strength and stability of the Australian financial system, the performance of its major trading partners and enterprises' need to enhance their operational efficiencies and sustainability will drive investments across all major technological areas. The average hardware budget allocation is dominated by client computing devices, while software licensing is the area where the major portion of software budgets is being allocated. The potential for productivity improvement through the intelligent use of technology is recognized as a driving force for ICT investment by Australian enterprises. Australian enterprises are judiciously resourcing their IT staff based on the nature of their involvement in IT and the degree to which the business depends on it. The survey reveals that applications and service support and the help desk functions constitute the major portion of IT staff. Complete report available @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/ict-budget-and-staffing-trends-in-australia-enterprise-ict-investment-plans-to-2013-market-report.html.
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