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@CIOonline State of the CIO 2016 - JUST THE FACTS

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From compensation trends to interacting with marketing to biggest IT challenges to security budgets, CIO.com looks at the State of the CIO by the numbers.

Methodology CIO’s 2016 State of the CIO Survey was conducted among the CIO brand audience and was fielded online in the summer and fall of 2015. To be considered qualified, respondents must have identified themselves as the head of IT for their company or a division within it. Respondents were offered a PDF of the survey results as an incentive for completing the survey. Results are based on 571 qualified responses. The margin of error on a sample size of 571 is +/- 4.1 percentage points. Percentages on single-selection questions may not add up to 100 because of rounding.

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@CIOonline State of the CIO 2016 - JUST THE FACTS

  1. 1. 1January 2016 | cio.com i l l u s t r at i o n s b y g w e n k e r ava l M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d 46%CEO 15%CFO 12%COO 11%Corporate CIO 16%Other Directlinetothetop CIOsreportto… M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d state of the cio | 2016 Methodology CIO’s 2016 State of the CIO Survey was conducted among the CIO brand audience and was fielded online in the summer and fall of 2015. To be considered quali- fied, respondents must have identi- fied themselves as the head of IT for their company or a division within it. Respondents were offered a PDF of the survey results as an incentive for com- pleting the survey. Results are based on 571 qualified responses. The margin of error on a sample size of 571 is +/- 4.1 percentage points. Percentages on single-selection questions may not add up to 100 because of rounding. WhattheCEOWants TheCEO’stopprioritiesfortheCIOinthecomingyear: Completeamajorenterpriseproject 40% Reachgoalsforcorporaterevenuegrowth 32% UpgradeITanddatasecurity 29% SimplifyIT 23% Leadaproductinnovationeffort 22% Planforcustomeracquisition&retention 19% JusttheFactsFromcompensationtrendstointeractingwith marketingtobiggestITchallengestosecuritybudgets, CIO.comlooksattheStateoftheCIObythenumbers. by c i o. co m s ta ff
  2. 2. 2January 2016 | cio.com Itpaystoknowyourcustomers AveragesalariesforCIOswhomeetwithexternalcustomers… $248K$248K Frequently Occasionally Seldom/Never $344K $275K Itpaystofollowthemoney AverageCIOsalariesbyindustry. Government/ nonprofits $195K Manufacturing $281K Healthcare $300K Financial services $348K $295K Retail/Wholesaledistribution $311K High-tech/ telecom $248K $150K $200K $250K $300K $350K Selfappraisal PercentageofCIOswhosaytheirroleisbecoming … Increasinglymorechallenging 88% Moreimportanttothebusiness 84% Moreinvolvedwithsecurityinitiatives 80% Morerewarding 64% Ascapegoatforotherdepartments 54% Companysizematters Totalaverage2015compensationforCIOs $337K Companieswith morethan 1,000employees Companieswith lessthan 1,000employees $188K M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d
  3. 3. 3January 2016 | cio.com Biggestchanges Inwhichareasdoyouexpecttohave themostdifficultyfindingpeoplewith theappropriateskills? 2015 2016 Big data/BI and analytics 39% 38%  Security/risk management 30% 31%  Appdev/programming/ DevOps 27% 28%  Mobiletechnologies 27% 19%  Business-IT liaison 21% 22%  Project management 19% 18%  Cloud services 18% 20%  Database administration 15% 14%  Internet of Things 11% 16%  Customer experience 10% 12%  ITskills shortageeasing? Willyourorganizationexperience anyITskillsshortagesduring thenext12months? 2015 2016 56% 49% 23% 32% 21% 19% mYes mNo mNotsure CIOroletoday Whichofthefollowingactivitiesbestcharacterizeyourfocus andhowyouspendyourtimetoday? AligningITinitiativeswithbusinessgoals 51% ImprovingIToperations/systemsperformance 49% Securitymanagement 46% Implementingnewsystemsandarchitecture 41% Leadingchangeefforts 40% M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d CIOroleofthefuture Whichofthefollowingactivitieswouldyouliketospend moretimeoninthenext3to5years? Drivingbusinessinnovation 51% Identifyingopportunitiesforcompetitivedifferentiation 41% Developingandrefiningbusinessstrategy 37% Leadingchangeefforts 35% Developingnewgo-to-marketstrategiesandtechnologies 33% M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d 60% Functional CIOs who said they feel blamed when other departments miss their goals.
  4. 4. 4January 2016 | cio.com Beginning ofa beautiful friendship? HowhastheCIO-CMO relationshipchanged atyourorganization inthelast3years? 19% 30% 43% 4% Unsure,I’mnewto theorganization Muchcloser Somewhat closer Aboutthesame 3% Somewhat furtherapart 2%Much further apart IT’sroleinmarketingspending Howareyouinvolvedinpurchasedecisionsregardingthe marketingtechnologystack? Consultingwiththemarketingteamtodeterminerequirements 69% Meetingwith/evaluatingpotentialvendors 67% Overseeingimplementation 64% Approvingthesolutionpurchase 62% NegotiatingtermsofserviceandSLAs 58% Makingfinalvendorselection 55% M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d Howdoyouviewtherelationship betweenITandthelinesofbusiness? Nonexistent Parallel Worlds Bridged Worlds Aligned at the Hip Innovation Partners Source: IDC’s CIO and Line of Business Sentiment surveys, 2015 m LOB Execs m IT Execs 53%ofthe150ITexecspolledsaidtheirrelationshipwiththelinesofbusinessis“tight.” Only36%ofthe300LOBexecssurveyedsaidtheyseeitthatway. 35% 25% 11% 24% 5% 37% 27% 26% 8% 2% Steppingout Howfrequentlydoyou and/oryourdirectreports meetwithexternal customerstoday? 19% 29% 9% 43% Frequently (dailyorweekly) Seldom Never Occasionally (astheneedarises)
  5. 5. 5January 2016 | cio.com SecurityandITstrategy: the3-yearplan TheintegrationofsecuritystrategyandITstrategy willtightendramaticallyoverthenextthreeyears. 2016/today 2016-2019 37% 47% 16% m Tightlyintegrated m Somewhatintegrated m Notintegrated 74% 23% 2% SECURITYINITIATIVES In2016,thebiggestjumpininvestmentsintechnology initiativeswillcomeinsecurity/riskmanagement. m 2015 m 2016 Cloud computing Security/risk management Bigdata/ businessanalytics 37% 21% 31% 27%29%30% CEOpriorities ThepercentageofCEOswhoviewsecurityas oneoftheirtopthreeprioritiesisontherise. 2014 2015 2016 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% UpgradeITanddata securitytoavoid cyberattack 18% 23% 29% M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d ITsecurityplansbyindustry Respondentswhosaidincreasingcybersecurityprotec- tionswillbethemostsignificantbusinessinitiativedriving ITinvestmentsattheirorganizationsin2016. Financial Services 52% Government 25% Healthcare 31% Manufacturing 33% Retail 18% High Tech/ Telecom 41% Retail CIOs surveyed still don’t seem to get security. M u lt i p l e r e s p o n s e s a l l o w e d

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