IT Budgets Up In 2006

Oct. 6, 2005
IT executives at U.S. companies expect to spent more on IT in 2006 than they did in 2005 by 4.3%. According to a study of companies with 20,000 or less employees by Forrester, a Cambridge, Ma.-based research firm, 53% will spend more on IT and 7% will ...

IT executives at U.S. companies expect to spent more on IT in 2006 than they did in 2005 by 4.3%. According to a study of companies with 20,000 or less employees by Forrester, a Cambridge, Ma.-based research firm, 53% will spend more on IT and 7% will decrease expenditures.

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