Information technology (IT) has changed dramatically the way how society and organizations function and has been employed in a variety of situations, especially to support the business. Despite the widespread IT use, much remains to be investigated and understood regarding the IT impacts on society and organizations. Such questions include identifying all benefits one can extract from IT, figuring out how to measure IT benefits more precisely, understanding the process of IT adoption by users and enterprises and the interaction between people and IT artifacts in the Brazilian context, and dealing with ethical issues concerning data. Such topics comprise what we call administration, analysis, and IT (AATI) research. We have been reviewing the recent findings of the AATI studies at the Fundação Getulio Vargas’s Department of Technology and Data Science and they are partially discussed in this paper. Some practical implications and suggestions for future research are addressed as well.