This IDC Presentation highlights trends in the business environment and how 3rd platform innovations are driving this maturing relationship between risk managers and the technology environments they operate within. This Presentation also spotlights key initiatives for risk managers at the CIO strategy, business IT, and operational IT layers across six key vertical markets. Over the past several years, IDC has established a corpus of research and intelligence on the intersection of risk and IT. From this research, we know that the risk management IT market is a large and growing slice of technology spending across most vertical industries. In the financial services, for example, across banks, asset managers, and insurance companies, risk management spending will very soon reach the point where one out of every $4 spent on IT will be spent to manage risk in one form or another. But risk management is not unique to financial services or any one industry. All business models and arrangements are beset with a range of risks, and effective risk management has become a critical survival and growth component of businesses in all shapes, sizes, and industries. At the end of 2012, we took a broader view of risk and IT, expanding our taxonomy and methodologies to look at how other industries view the role of the chief risk officer (CRO) and the different priorities of risk managers across several vertical markets, including healthcare, energy, retail, manufacturing, and the public sector.
IDC Financial Insights: Worldwide Risk Management Strategies , IDC Financial Insights: Worldwide Risk and IT Infrastructure Strategies
Big Data, Big Data analytics and discovery, Cloud Computing, Financial resource management, Governance, risk and compliance infrastructure, IT Operations and Implementation, Mobile platform, Mobility, Social business, Supply chain management applications