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IT Spending in Recessions: 2009-2010 Forecast
IT organizations and technology vendors alike need to keep an eye on the long-range outlook as they grapple with just how intense the current recession will be. Computer Economics IT spending surveys of nearly 20 years provide insight into how organizations changed their IT spending during the two previous recessions. Although the past is not always a precursor of the future, we find evidence that IT spending should rebound more quickly from the current recession than it did during the tech-led recession in 2001, following a pattern more akin to what occurred after the 1990-91 downturn. This special report provides the data behind our forecast and the rationale for our current outlook. (5 pp. 6 figs.)[Executive Summary]
Worldwide IT Spending Projections 2002 to 2004 (May 2002)
Worldwide IT spending, comprised of consumable supplies used by IT staff and departments, facilities used by and overhead associated with IT operations and staff, IT staff, outside services, and software and hardware is projected for 2002, 2003, and 2004.