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November 2015

IT Budgeting in 2015: Folks, It’s Time to Remodel

by Joseph Feller

This issue of Cutter Benchmark Review, the 10th and final installment in our annual IT budgeting series, can be summed up by the subtitle: "Folks, It's Time to Remodel." This theme manifests itself in three ways. The first two relate to IT budgeting practices; the third relates to CBR itself.


January 2015

Weather and Whither: IT Trends in 2015

"The annual IT trends issue deals with a very complex and hard- to-predict environment that is extremely important to our daily experience and endeavors."

-- Joseph Feller, Editor

I was recently invited to give a technology forecast at a partner company's annual user conference. I agreed but made it very clear at the start of my presentation that I was going to provide the forecast in the style of Met Éireann.


April 2014

The Internet of Things: Welcome to the Global Computer

"Of all the different types of technological change we have experienced in the last 1,000 years, it is the technologies of information and communications that seem to most capture our imaginations."

-- Joseph Feller, Editor

At the moment, the Internet is buzzing with folks who are disappointed that the year 2015 (in which the late 1980's film Back to the Future: Part II is set) is upon us, and there is not a single flying skateboard in sight.


March 2014

Does IT Lie on the Critical Path? A Look Back at the 2014 IT Budget

This is CBR's ninth annual IT trends issue. For nearly a decade we've gathered and analyzed data across a broad range of IT topics: analytics, IT spending, hiring and outsourcing, IT's role in innovation and value creation, social media, mobile computing, the cloud, security, and so on. Like all issues of CBR, each IT trends issue gives you an up-to-the-moment look at the "vital signs" of the industry. But more importantly, because we are able to look at how signs change over time, every year each IT trends issue just keeps getting smarter and smarter.


February 2014

Gaining Momentum, But Where Are We Going? IT Trends in 2014

by Joseph Feller

This is CBR's ninth annual IT trends issue. For nearly a decade we've gathered and analyzed data across a broad range of IT topics: analytics, IT spending, hiring and outsourcing, IT's role in innovation and value creation, social media, mobile computing, the cloud, security, and so on. Like all issues of CBR, each IT trends issue gives you an up-to-the-moment look at the "vital signs" of the industry. But more importantly, because we are able to look at how signs change over time, every year each IT trends issue just keeps getting smarter and smarter.


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