Gartner: Turn the Recession into an Opportunity: Reallocate Budget to Transform the IT Operating Model
Cutting costs alone may not help you achieve growth during the recession. But you can outpace your competition and beat the odds – even during uncertain times. And your IT operating model (ITOM) could be your key to uncovering funds to keep the lights on and fuel digital acceleration. “85% of CEOs are increasing digital technology investments, and 69% of CFOs intend to fund increased spending in digital technology through reallocation of existing capital” we feel this Gartner report can help you do both. The report offers recommendations on how to drive cost optimizations through ITOM transformation. With the newly freed funds, CIOs can reallocate resources toward strategic priorities. Download the report to learn: Three Gartner recommendations for CIOs facing economic pressures The relationship between operating models and maturity levels Critical steps and insights into the ITOM transformation process How ITOM transformation helps you drive strategic cost optimization Read the full report to find out how you can go on the offense against budget pressure with ITOM transformation. Gartner, Turn the Recession Into an Opportunity: Reallocate Budget to Transform the IT Operating Model, By Brandon Germer, Galliopi Demetriou, 7 December 2022,
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IDC Telco Spotlight
The world is swirling with change for Telecommunications and Media and Entertainment (M&E) companies. The advances brought by 5G technology allow a complex array of possibilities…and risks. Read the Rimini Street-sponsored report – As Cloud Investments Increase, Are You Creating Risk by Skimping on Your Database Budget? – for an in-depth analysis of both. You’ll learn Key tech trends in the Telecommunications and M&E industries How to modernize while keeping ROI and cost of ownership in full view What your peers and competitors are forecasting for 2023 spend Prepared by global market intelligence firm IDC, the report also covers the thorny ground of patches, updates, and security risks – as well as the options available to telecommunications and M&E companies for answering their needs.
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Predicts 2023: Inflation’s Permanent Impact on SaaS/Software Costs, Commercials and Business Practices
As software vendors respond to the impact of inflation, they are now more likely to view support as a profit center, optimizing it at the expense of the end-user and leading to a potentially degraded experience at a higher cost. In this Gartner Predicts 2023 report, you will get insight into how software vendors are adjusting their support models and gain strategies on how you can control your costs and improve your negotiating power: By 2026, 50% of enterprise applications will separate support from existing subscription and maintenance costs to create additional revenue streams Impacts of market conditions on support and maintenance pricing over time Why you should consider third-party support to protect critical applications as an alternative to vendor-provided support Read the full report to discover strategies for keeping software costs under control as vendors shift their models. Gartner, Predicts 2023: Inflation’s Permanent Impact on SaaS/Software Costs, Commercials and Business Practices, 9 January 2023, Mike Tucciarone Et Al. GARTNER is a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.