Despite the focus on all things technology, America’s information chiefs say they expect the year ahead to remain challenging—with many reallocating their IT budget to unlock AI efficiencies and circumvent talent woes.
Layoff announcements at big tech companies may be overshadowing what’s really taking place at U.S. companies, new poll shows, as majority of CIOs plan to increase hiring—and spending—in the year ahead.
Recent polling from StrategicCIO360 shows a majority of CIOs have been impacted by labor shortages and the rise in security concerns with remote workforces. They share the concrete steps and shifting mindsets they’re using to take on the challenges.
StrategicCIO360 survey finds America’s technology chiefs are steadily losing confidence in future business conditions for the same reasons as CEOs, CFOs: supply chain issues, labor shortages and political pressures.