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Research Slideshow: Why the Next Six Months Are Looking Up

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 09-24-2010
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48 percent of IT decision makers across all industries plan to increase their IT budgets at some point in the next six months.

The past few years have been wreaking havoc on IT budgets across every industry. Because of this, companies have been loath to spend on new technologies and on new hires. A recent CDW survey finds that the future might not be as worrisome as the past has been. Small businesses, large corporations, and government organizations have shifted to a more positive outlook. This means your company could soon be opening up the coffers to invest in at least some of the new technologies that you've been waiting for. CDW's findings are based on surveys the company conducted with 1,052 IT decision makers between July 26 and August 2, 2010. Here's what they have to say about how the next six months will shape up in terms of spending, employment plans, and IT effectiveness.

 
 
 
 

 

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