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It may be tempting to delegate cyber security strategy to IT, but to do so is to delegate responsibility.
Creative, arts & entertainment companies are forecast to grow their software spend by 7% in 2014. Development tools will be the fastest growing component at 11%. Slowest advancement will be ...
Firms which provide repair and installation of machinery typically spend £800 per employee on computer services. The all UK equivalent is £1,100. Across sizes of organisation the outlay is higher ...
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Professional & technical companies employing 50-99 staff typically spend £32k on hardware. The largest outlay is by advertising firms with twice that amount. Next are research & development ...
Large buildings construction companies spend less on custom software per employee than smaller sized firms. This strongly contrasts the pattern for all UK organisations where the large ...
Spend on IT & telecoms by basic metals manufacturers is dominated by computer services with over 60% of total expenditure. The second largest budget component is IT & telecom staff with ...
Larger technical testing & analysis companies spend over 6% of their turnover on IT & telecom products and services. For smaller concerns it is in the region of 3 to 4%. In all cases it is ...
For all auxiliary financial & insurance companies the spend on system software per employee is some £400. This is 3 times that for all UK organisations. The distribution by size of organisation ...
Large firms in the computer industry typically spend £180m each on IT & telecom staff. The outlay for a large telecommunications company is £130m. For an information services provider the sum ...
Civil engineering companies typically spend £400 per employee on telecom services, falling well short of the all UK average of £600. For organisations employing 1000+ staff civil engineers have ...