Global Study Reveals Companies Believe Recession Far From Over and Spending on IT Will Be Flat in 2010
In a recently released study, Ronin Corp. polled nearly 1,500 companies across 12 countries on how the recession is impacting their companies, and it reveals that there has been little change in sentiment in the past 12 months.Read Article
The use of gadgets such as smartphones and other handheld devices may make employees more productive, but they haven’t made the workplace more polite, a new survey suggests.Read Article
A new report, sponsored by Axios Systems and published by Enterprise Management Associates, reveals that today’s service desk is now at the core of corporate IT service management initiatives.Read Article
Veritude, a staffing services provider, released IT hiring research that indicated that a majority of IT executives nationwide anticipate hiring to increase or remain stable in 2010.Read Article
U.S. employers anticipate a moderate increase in their hiring plans for Quarter 1 2010, according to the seasonally adjusted results of the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.Read Article
Fifteen months ago, the world watched in horror as stock markets plummeted, debt skyrocketed, banks collapsed and the credit industry imploded, plunging the global economy into the worst recession since the Great Depression. No one knew what the next day, week or month — let alone year — had in store.
Suffice it to say, …Read Article