Our Research Reports provide detailed insight into the core technologies and IT issues most important to Interop attendees. We surveyed our audience and the readers of InformationWeek, Network Computing, and Dark Reading, then produced comprehensive reports examining the challenges IT leaders are facing and the strategies they are implementing to achieve success.
2020 IT Salary Survey Report
Now is the time for you to create a new plan by evaluating what you earn, what you are worth, and where you want to grow. Download this report to help evaluate your value and worth in the IT professional job market for 2020.
- IT professionals’ compensation in 2019
- Details of the gender pay gap
- IT job satisfaction
- Effects of outsourcing on IT
- And more!
2019 State of Emerging Tech
Many of today's organizations would like to implement the latest technology such as AI, but they face barriers such as lack of funding, management buy-in, and provable return on investment.
This report explores:
- The appeal of emerging technologies tends to be tied to an organization's particular industry, for instance, 3D printing is of great interest in the medical industry, but not so much in other industries.
- Practical interest in AI is strong in two areas that are key to corporate performance: increasing operational efficiency and improving the quality of customer interaction.
- The top barriers to adopting emerging technologies are lack of funds, skills shortage, a desire to see proven success, and management's resistance to change.
2019 State of IT
The role of IT continues to change as new technologies and business models emerge. In addition to keeping systems up and running, IT must facilitate digital transformation and enable modern forms of competitive advantage.
This report explores:
- The deficits in IT spending and the effects on an organization’s ability to meet its goals
- The balance of containing IT costs while achieving business success
- The challenges that prevent IT from innovating
- How IT innovation is tied – or not tied – to financial incentives
- IT purchasing plans do not necessarily include the most-hyped technology trends (IoT, AI, DevOps, containers, software-defined infrastructure)