Despite most of our survey respondents agreeing that the economy will be worse in 2023 than in 2022, IT spending increases are broad and strong. However, in this annual report of the IT spending and staffing outlook for 2023, we believe there is another major factor at play. We find that IT is no longer seen as a cost center but as a strategic driver of growth. Because of this, business leaders are giving their IT departments greater resources to help plan for the coming recession rather than asking them to tighten their belts. (21 pp., 11 fig.)
Worldwide IT Spending And Staffing Outlook 2023
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