The State of Business IT 2020 takes a look at the road ahead for IT decision-makers in the wake of Covid-19, as they balance the demands of business resilience, financial responsibility and sustainability.
Many have undergone a rapid and unplanned digital transformation, stretching budgets and creating unforeseen challenges.
But there has also been a potentially devastating impact for the planet, with volumes of electronic set to grow as desktop PCs have been abandoned in office across Europe.
The report explores these three themes:
Conducted by independent research house, Omnisis, the research was carried out using an online questionnaire and specialist B2B sample panels that identified the individual with overall responsibility for IT budgets in organisations employing more than 50 people.
In total 1,010 Interviews were completed using indigenous languages with key IT decision makers, of which 28% were C-level Executives. Interviews were completed during July and August 2020 across the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark. At an overall level results are accurate to +/- 3% at 95% confidence levels assuming a result of 50%. At a country specific level, results will enjoy lower levels of statistical reliability but precise error margins can be provided as necessary.
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