Forecast decline in global IT spending will force CIOs to get smart with budgets

Roland Moore-Colyer
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Global spending on hardware is expected to decline by nearly four per cent
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Global spending on hardware is expected to decline by nearly four per cent

Global IT spending will fall to $3.49tn in 2016 due to economic uncertainties

Economic uncertainties are forcing IT leaders to "tighten their belts" when it comes to technology spending in 2016, challenging them to find ways to pursue digital transformation on limited budgets...

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