of corporate executives have business
performance management projects,
such as initiatives to measure key
performance indicators (KPIs), planned,
in progress or completed in 2010
of companies with more than 2,500
employees spent over US$1 million
on business performance management
projects, up from 15 percent last year.
Source: 2010 BPM Pulse, BPM Partners. Results based on a survey released in June of
more than 500 corporate executives around the globe.
The [survey] seems to indicate
we are still hung over from the
economic woes of the last 18
months, but many companies do
realize that business performance
management can help them
weather the storm while preparing for brighter days ahead.
—Craig Schiff, CEO, BPM Partners
The portion of global executives and IT directors who have
implemented security technologies supporting Web 2.0 tools such
as blogs and social networks
The portion who have security policies that address the use of Web
The portion of respondents who either don’t have an IT security
contingency plan or say the one they have doesn’t work
The top five reasons why companies lack an
adequate IT security contingency plan:
1 Lack of training
2 Incomplete plan
3 Delay in implementation
4 Lack of management support
5 Lack of partner cooperation
Source: 2011 Global State of Information Security Survey, CIO, CSO and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Results based on a survey of more than 12,840 global executives and directors of IT and security
conducted in February and March.
Business productivity and cost reduction
Business agility and speed to market
IT and business alignment
IT reliability and efficiency
Business process re-engineering
IT strategic planning
Revenue-generating IT innovations
Security and privacy
CAUSE FOR CONCERN
The top 10 concerns of CIOs, CTOs
and IT executives:
Source: 2010 IT Industry Trends Survey, Society for Information
Management. Results based on a survey released in September
of senior IT executives from 172 U.S. companies.