Leadership roles are the best paid, but developers are seeing the biggest salary growth.
The support functions of IT had slightly lower maximum salaries; support managers made between £39,500 and £51,250, while applications and production support managers made between £62,500 and £77,250.
Showing the value placed on security in enterprises, information security managers made between £63,250 and £97,500. Senior IT auditors were paid up to £75,500 and information security officers up to £68,250.
Finally, senior web developers and mobile applications developers were paid up to £66,750 and up to £61,500 respectively.
The fastest growing salaries were in the digital, e-commerce and mobile sphere. Mobile applications developers saw a 7.4 percent salary increase between 2015 and 2016, while web developers saw salaries up 7.3 percent and senior web developers and web designers 7.2 percent.
Security and compliance personnel also saw growth far ahead of the other sectors of IT, with IT auditors seeing salary growth of 6.2 percent and information security managers seeing 6.6 percent. Security network engineers saw growth of 5.8 percent and senior IT auditors saw 5.5 percent.