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Motor manufacturers' IT & telecom spend as a proportion of turnover is half that for all UK organisations. However, for large enterprises with 1000+ employees, it is less than a third. Whilst ...
Small business services companies, employing 50-99 staff, spend £220m on telecom services. Legal services firms form the largest spending segment at £37m. Next in the rankings are employment ...
Security & investigation companies' spend on computer services is three and a half times lower than the comparable figure for all UK organisations. For those organisations with over 1000 ...
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Small and Medium Sized Companies (SMEs) are less likely to adopt new technologies than larger companies, a survey of 268 senior UK business practitioners by Nimbus Ninety reveals
The standout benefit of implementing a high performance, big data analytics strategy into the organisation is'understanding and interacting with customers' (47%), a survey of 268 senior UK business ...
Financial services organisations are forecast to spend almost £350m on software development tools in 2015. Banks & finance houses will dominate the sector with expenditure of £200m. At little ...
Demand for staff with skills in big data has grown by over 900% between 2007 and 2012, according to research by e-skillls UK and IT Jobs Watch.
Food manufacturers and beverages manufacturers each invest around 1% of their turnover on IT & telecoms. There are however notable differences by size of company. With food manufacturers, the ...
IT professionals with big data skills are likely to early significantly higher salaries than other IT specialists, research by e-skills UK and IT Jobs Watch reveals
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Advertising companies with over 1000 staff spend a comparable amount per employee on hardware as do all large UK organisations. For smaller sized enterprises, hardware expenditure is much greater ...
The overriding concern for UK businesses as they enter 2013 is the prospect of weak growth in Europe and the UK.
Large publishing companies are planning to spend over £90m on external software during 2013. This will be some £3m per company. The largest software category will be application packages at over ...
Nearly half, 45%, of UK organisations have suffered some form of data loss in the preceding 12 months, research by EVault in association with Computer Weekly reveals. Some 7% have reported four or ...
Specialised construction companies - covering activities such as demolition, electrics, plumbing and plastering - overall have a spend as a proportion of turnover which approaches twice that for ...