IT Spending stories
Australian software spending set to increase in 2023
Economic instability and a global pandemic have seen many businesses rapidly digitising and investing in various tech solutions.
Projected 2.4% increase in Global IT spending in 2023
In the latest quarterly tech spending forecast released by Gartner, it is projected that IT spending worldwide will grow 2.4% in 2023.
Projected 5.8% increase to Australia IT spending in 2023
In the latest quarterly tech spending forecast released by Gartner, it is projected that IT spending in Australia will grow 5.8% in 2023.
Projected 5.5% increase to New Zealand IT spending in 2023
In the latest quarterly tech spending forecast released by Gartner, it is projected that IT spending in New Zealand will grow 5.5% in 2023.
Govt IT spending to hit $588.9 billion in 2023, up 6.8%
“Government organisations are continuing to modernise legacy IT and invest in initiatives that improve access to digital services."
Why observability is key to delivering core business goals in Asia
Observability eliminates this walled garden by creating a single source of truth and a shared understanding of software environments throughout the software development lifecycle.
Kaspersky highlights worrying security trend with SMBs
The latest Kaspersky report reveals 24% of companies with 50 to 999 employees are ready to use pirated alternatives of business software to decrease IT spending.
Gartner forecasts worldwide IT spending to grow 5.1% in 2023
Despite economic headwinds, IT spending in Australia and New Zealand is forecast to grow 6% next year as organisations push ahead with digital initiatives.
Overcoming risk to achieve cloud without compromise
To achieve cloud without compromise requires a shift in business mentality from cloud as a place to cloud as an operational model.
Gartner survey reveals delays in government tech purchases
According to a survey by Gartner, at 22 months, the public sector has the longest average buying cycle for technology purchases compared to other industries.
Gartner anticipates RPA software revenue of US$2.9 billion
Gartner predicts global robotic process automation (RPA) software revenue to reach US$2.9 billion in 2022, an increase of 19.5% from 2021.
Gartner predicts 2022 global IT spend to reach $4.5 trillion
Gartner’s latest report forecasts worldwide IT spending to reach US$4.5 trillion in 2022, an increase of 3% compared to 2021.
Three waters IT system project could top $500m, warns National
A new project merging local councils' water service IT systems as part of the three waters reforms could blow out beyond the $500 million upper limit officials have quoted, National says.
ANZ Internet of Things spending to hit $24 billion in 2026
"The role of IoT continues to grow as enterprises embrace digital initiatives and look to embed intelligence across processes and applications."
How secure is accounting software data in Aotearoa?
A recent Xero study found ICT spending for NZ businesses has increased 25% compared to pre-pandemic levels, so how safe is accounting software?
Apptio adds portfolio enhancements to promote digital strategy
"While digitalisation creates opportunities, it also makes budgeting far more complex, leading many companies to waste substantial funds."
Govt IT spending on the rise, driven by XaaS - Gartner
Worldwide government IT spending is forecast to total $565.7 billion in 2022, an increase of 5% from 2021, according to Gartner.
Syniti unveils first in series of Knowledge Platform updates
Syniti has introduced a completely cloud-based version of Advanced Data Migration, the first of a range of updates coming this year to its Knowledge Platform.
Strong close to 2021 as cloud infrastructure spend reaches $21 billion
As backlogs continue to grow, pent-up demand bodes well for future growth as long as the economy stays healthy, and supply catches up to demand.
IoT spending to reach $437 billion by 2025, IDC finds
“IoT in the Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) markets continues to grow steadily across multiple industries including transportation, retail, manufacturing, resources and utilities."
IDC: Software spend on the rise as ANZ orgs adapt to ongoing changes
According to IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Software Tracker, 1H2021, the total ANZ software market reached US$7.5 billion, showing a double-digit annual growth in both countries.
IT budgets set to boom over next 12 months - research
IT directors expect a budget increase from their employer as companies play catch-up with projects put on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Zealand IT spending on the rise, set to reach $14.7 billion by 2022
Spending on information technology products and services in New Zealand is projected to total NZ$14.7 billion in 2022, an increase of 6.7% from 2021, according to the latest forecast from Gartner.
$4.5 trillion to be spent on IT next year — Gartner
“What changed in 2020 and 2021 was not really the technology itself, but people’s willingness and eagerness to adopt it and use it in different ways.”