Cloud and connectivity top UK IT spending charts during pandemic

Stuart Sumner
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New research from Computing Delta reveals how organisations are intending to spend their IT budgets during the COVID-19 crisis, with most staff continuing to work remotely

As the global pandemic continues, with the ending of restrictions still uncertain, UK-based organisations are largely spending their IT budgets on tools and services to further enable remote workin...

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