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1 CIO Exposed: The Latest Forecast for Management Tim Dillon Associate Vice President Research IDC Australia

2 Copyright 2008 IDC Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Copyright 2008 IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Forecast for Management 2008 Tim Dillon AVP Research IDC Australia August 2008

3 ©2008 IDC 3 What’s in the Deck?  The Economy  CIO Themes  What does the CEO think about IT?  IT Budget Allocations  IT Spending  CIO Challenges  The Digital Universe  The annual Top Ten  IT Staffing  Future Intent  The CIO Radar for the next 12 months  The CIO Shopping Cart for 2009  In Summary

4 ©2008 IDC 4 The Economic Environment

5 ©2008 IDC 5 The Economic Environment : Rising Inflation, Declining Income Source: EIU, July VIETNAM INDONESIA THAILAND INDIA PHILIPPINES CHINA HONG KONG MALAYSIA SINGAPORE AUSTRALIA KOREA NEW ZEALAND TAIWAN JAPAN Inflation 2007Inflation 2008 Change in Disposable Income 2007Change in Disposable Income 2008 Inflation (Change in CPI) % Change in Disposable Income % Change in Disposable Income 2009

6 ©2008 IDC 6 The Economic Environment : History Repeats

7 ©2008 IDC 7 The Economic Environment : The Australian View Dot Com Crash

8 ©2008 IDC 8 The Economic Environment : Alternative Sourcing Arrangements…

9 ©2008 IDC 9 Introducing IDC’s Annual Forecast for Management Survey Random sampling of 363 IT Executives across Australia & New Zealand: Response by Geographical Segment: NSW - 32% New Zealand -30% Victoria - 13% Queensland 8% Western Australia – 7% ACT, SA, NT & Tasmania -10% Response by Industry Sector: Finance & Business Services -25% Distribution -24% Public Sector - 20% Leisure & others - 16% Production -15%

10 ©2008 IDC 10 CIO Themes in 2008 Themes IT & Business SYNTHESIS Corporate CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION is Power OPERATIONAL Excellence CUSTOMER is King

11 ©2008 IDC 11 The Good News: What CEOs Think of IT

12 ©2008 IDC 12 Back to the Basics: “ Show me the Money! ”

13 ©2008 IDC 13 IT Budget Allocation & Outlook

14 ©2008 IDC 14 Where Did it all Go? 2007 Spending  10 99 88 77 66 55 44 33 22 11 Bio-metrics technology Smart cards Storage over IP and/or iSCSI Services Oriented Architecture IP Surveillance Radio Frequency ID Tags Mobile IP Voice and/or voice over IP Videoconferencing Data warehousing / Business Intelligence

15 ©2008 IDC 15 ROI Timeframes

16 ©2008 IDC 16 CIO Challenges

17 ©2008 IDC 17 The Growth in Data : The Digital Universe  IDC’s forecast of the digital universe – ie. All the digital data created throughout the globe  First published March 2007; Updated March 2008  Not just about numbers – focuses upon the implications for organisations.

18 ©2008 IDC 18 The Growth in Data : Digital Universe Complexity, Confusion & Compliance 2007 Study2008 Study Data Created161 Exabytes in Exabytes in 2007 Forecast988 Exabytes in 20101,800 Exabytes in 2011 Creation70% data created by Individuals 70% data created by Individuals – 50% real, 50% ‘digital shadow’ Geographically speaking AP low, EU/US HighAP rapidly growing in share of content created StorageIn 2007 we create more than we can store By 2011, half of what we create won’t be stored Compliance85% of data created the responsibility of organisations Vertical IndustriesTV & Media, FinanceTV/Media, Finance, Manufacturing, Retail, Transport, Utilities, Oil/Gas, Government

19 ©2008 IDC 19 The Growth in Data : Implications  Companies face dramatic changes in how they:  Manage Growth – Revenue, Information & Infrastructure  Manage Risk – Data Security, Information Compliance  Manage Effectiveness – Operational Flexibility & Efficiencies  Create New Value – Customers, Markets, Solutions

20 ©2008 IDC 20 The Growth in Data : Digital Shadow  “You have zero privacy anyway …Get Over it” – Scott McNealy,  Approximately 50% of the information relating to an individual is created by that individual  The remainder is ‘ambient’ content – ie. Digital images on a security camera, information on web searches/browsing; banking databases, etc  Potentially positive implications around tailored services delivery  Major potentially negative implications around security  Either way, significant impact upon Organisations

21 ©2008 IDC 21 The Growth in Data : How to Adapt...

22 ©2008 IDC 22 The Growth in Data : How to Adapt...

23 ©2008 IDC 23 CIO Challenges

24 ©2008 IDC 24 IT Staffing

25 ©2008 IDC 25 Top 5 IT Skills in Demand

26 ©2008 IDC 26 CIOs Wish List

27 ©2008 IDC 27 What’s on the Radar for CIOs in the next 12 months? Business issues that will take priority in the next 12 months: 1.Improve infrastructure of our organization to increase productivity. 2.Improve customer service. 3.Introduce new and/or improved products & services at a faster rate / innovation 4.Gain a better understanding of our customers' requirements IT Investment that will take priority in the next 12 months: 1.Collaborative Technologies and Knowledge Management ( , document management etc.) 2.Systems Infrastructure (security, storage, network, middleware, serverware etc). 3.Back office: e.g.: Enterprise Resource Management (ERP). 4.Business Intelligence e.g.: Data Warehouse or Data Mart.

28 ©2008 IDC 28 The CIO Shopping Cart in 2009

29 ©2008 IDC 29 In Summary : The Business Impact  The expected slower economic growth indicates the need to aggressively focus on share of wallet & sales-oriented projects  Strategic projects will emerge with the desire to seed for longer term competitive advantage  Separating the ‘old’ and ‘new age’ corporate stakeholders/decision makers is critical to effectively position new ITC Services and Deployments  The ‘old’ tends to focus on ‘business as usual’ and traditional ROI  The ‘new age’ wants to see technology ties to business (processes & metrics)  Enterprise 2.0 is at its beginning ‘corporate’ phase, users have already started ‘a long time ago’

30 ©2008 IDC 30 Thank You


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