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IT spending

IT Spending Remains Steady Despite Pandemic

Market forecasters continue to crunch the numbers to determine precisely how the pandemic will shape IT spending during a period of unprecedented uncertainty. Moreover, the need to adapt in ...Full Article

COVID Hurts Overall IT Spending, Cloud Benefits

The pandemic was expected to slow global IT spending. The only questions being by how much and for how long. Hard numbers for the beginning of this year are ...Full Article

Enterprise Software, AI Driving Global IT Spending

Spending on enterprise software is projected to jump by a healthy 9.5 percent in the coming year as demand is stimulated by software services platforms, according to a new ...Full Article

Cloud Shift, Strong Dollar Slow IT Revenues

Global IT spending faces "headwinds" that include a rising U.S. dollar and a continuing slowdown in the server market as potential customers flock to the cloud. All this is ...Full Article

Despite Uncertainty, Cloud Drives IT Spending

Global IT spending is forecast to increase by 2.7 percent in 2017, a modest increase that might be higher if not for "political uncertainty in global markets," according to ...Full Article

IT ‘Sprawl’ Spawning Security Gaps, Survey Finds

The steady shift toward purchasing IT "as a service" is accelerating the decentralization of infrastructure management, fostering growing security concerns as more enterprises shift operations to the cloud, according ...Full Article

Currency Shifts Erode IT Spending Forecast

The rapid and continuing rise of the U.S. dollar against most currencies will put a dent in global IT spending during 2015, a new forecast concludes. Market researcher Gartner ...Full Article
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