IT costs are a big part of an organisation’s budget, and pressure to reduce them never ends.
Half (49%) of CIOs respondents to the Harvey Nash 2017 CIO Survey revealed that they have adapted their technology plans to deal with uncertainty by finding a way to work with restricted budgets.
A more efficient IT set up will save time and money on maintenance and management that can instead be spent on new projects and business priorities.
Cost cutting also offers an opportunity to better align IT with the business, and implement agile responses to changing financial conditions in the company and wider world.
Read on for our advice on how to reduce your IT costs.