2014 IT Priorities Survey - Infographic - IT Transformation

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If there is one word to describe the state of IT organizations in 2014, it is transformation.

A summary of our latest IT survey. To benchmark your organization against survey results and additional information, visit www.protiviti.com/itpriorities

Protiviti’s 2014 IT Priorities Survey confirms that IT transformation has become the new normal for companies: Nearly two-thirds of respondents (63 percent) reported that some form of “major IT transformation” is under way in their organizations. Even more important: Not only is IT altering its structure, the function is also transforming its fundamental mission. IT’s objective is shifting from leveraging technology in support of the business to the higher-reaching goal of protecting and enhancing business value.

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2014 IT Priorities Survey - Infographic - IT Transformation

  1. 1. Major IT changes underway Nearly two out of three organizations are undergoing a major IT transformation. T O D A Y ’ S I T O R G A N I Z A T I O N Enhancing and protecting business value Integrating and aligning IT planning and business strategy is top-of-mind not only for IT organizations, but also for boards and executive management teams. Integration/alignment of IT planning 6.5 and business strategy IT project management 6.5 Key performance indicators 6.5 Monitoring IT costs and benefits 6.5 IT risk analysis and reporting 6.4 Long-term and short-term planning 6.4 To learn more and benchmark your IT organization against our more than 1,100 respondents, visit protiviti.com/ITpriorities. © 2014 Protiviti Inc. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. Protiviti is not licensed or registered as a public accounting firm and does not issue opinions on financial statements or offer attestation services. More than 1,100 survey respondents were asked to rate, on a scale of 1 to 10, the level of priority for them and their organizations to improve in different IT issues and capabilities. A “10” rating indicates the issue is a high priority while a “1” indicates the issue is a low priority. More mobile, more social Mobile commerce management, mobile security and mobile integration remain critical focal points. Mobile commerce security 6.1 Smart device integration 6.1 Mobile application development 6.0 Mobile commerce integration 6.0 Social media security 6.0 Mobile commerce policy 5.9 Social media policy 5.8 Delivering Security, Value and Performance Amid Major Transformation Assessing the Results of Protiviti’s 2014 IT Priorities Survey 63% 37% YES NO If there’s one word to describe the state of the IT environment in companies today, it’s transformation. Technology transformation is evolving into the “new normal” for organizations worldwide, resulting in scores of significant priorities for IT functions If there’s one word to describe the state of the IT environment in companies today, it’s transformation. Technology transformation is evolving into the “new normal” for organizations worldwide, resulting in scores of significant priorities for IT functions. All eyes on security Massive security breaches continue, and IT departments – as well as boards and executive management – are on edge, on notice and, in some cases, testifying under oath. Developing and maintaining security 6.4 and privacy standards Monitoring security events 6.4 Implementing security/privacy 6.3 solutions and strategies Incident response success (containment, recovery) 6.3 Incident response policy and preparedness 6.3 Incident response reaction time 6.3 Managing user identities and access 6.3

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