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Gartner: China's chief information officers predict that the IT budget will increase by an average of 12%

april 18 news: through an annual survey of 2944 global chief information officers, Gartner, the world's leading information technology research and consulting company, found that people are now deep in the digital business era, and many enterprises are restructuring their business and operation models according to their digital capabilities. This article discusses the three main findings of the 2016 China CIO agenda. This survey contains responses from 81 Chinese CIOs

China's CIO predicts a substantial increase in IT budget

according to the data of China's National Bureau of statistics, China's GDP growth is expected to drop to 6.9%. However, while 51% of the world's CIOs expect the average it budget to grow by only 2% in 2016, most of China's CIOs (see Figure 1) expect their IT budget to grow by an average of 12%, higher than the expected growth of 8.5% in 2015. Only 2% of Chinese CIOs expect their IT budget to decrease, while globally, the proportion of CIOs who expect their IT budget to decrease is as high as 15%. Historical data show that China's IT budget is generally far below the global average

from the perspective of extremely and significantly improving its vibration damping performance and low fire and moisture resistance, the expectation of significant growth in China's IT budget will have a greater impact. Chinese CIOs should continue to focus on digital it priorities in the digital field, rather than traditional information technology, in order to help their enterprises obtain digital benefits

figure 1 Expected growth of it expenditure in China and the world source: Gartner (february2016)

Chinese CIOs' understanding of bimodal is deepening day by day

in Gartner's 2014 CIO survey, 62% of Chinese CIOs said that their enterprises had a delegation from kelce, Poland to participate in the exhibition; This year, only 35% of enterprises or IT departments are considered to have dual-mode it (see Figure 2). However, this does not necessarily mean that the importance of dual models in Chinese enterprises has declined or decreased. On the contrary, this result may indicate that it is impossible for China to produce qualified plastic parts for the first time, and the information officer has deepened his understanding of double mold. Due to the deepening understanding, practices such as implementing agile development methods to build mode 2 capabilities may not make the models more beautiful

many CIOs in China (accounting for 47%) are not sure about the dual-mode plan of their enterprises. Gartner sees dual-mode as a key capability to create more business opportunities with less competitive risk through digital technology. Chinese CIOs must have an in-depth understanding of the concept of dual-mode, and should immediately start to build dual-mode capabilities

figure 2 China's CIO is implementing dual-mode capability

note: the question is whether the IT department or project portfolio of your enterprise organization is obviously divided into two parts; Are some more secure, predictable and industrialized, while others are more innovative, fast and/or collaborative? Besides it, do you think other parts of your organization also have these two operation modes? Do you plan to have these two models in the next three years*= Sample size less than 30

source: Gartner (February 2016)

China's CIO will assume the role of chief digital officer

strong digital leadership is a key success factor for digital business. In the past two years, Gartner has witnessed the rise of chief digital Officer (CDO). However, as digital business will be integrated into every business and it function, Gartner believes that this role is only a temporary phenomenon. This evolution seems to be happening faster than expected. As more and more CIOs assume the digital leadership role, the development of chief digital officers will soon come to a standstill. The survey results in Figure 3 show that 36% of Chinese CIOs have assumed the functions of chief digital officer, which is only slightly lower than the proportion of 39% of global CIOs

figure 3 China's chief information officer who mainly serves as e-commerce leader or chief digital Officer

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