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2014 IT Salary Report
For 2013, more than 14,000 full-time IT pros shared details on compensation, benefits and job satisfaction and revealed a slow thaw in salaries overall and the most in-demand specialties. Will the warming trend continue?
2015 IT Budget Outlook
This report gathers in-depth data on not only hard-dollar IT budgets, so readers can benchmark against peers, but also industry trends affecting IT's core role.
2014 IT Priorities Report
InformationWeek's annual IT Priorities Survey reveals what's keeping IT pros awake at night.
2014 Strategic CIO
Find out what CIOs are worried about and what their top concerns are.
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