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Finding benefits in higher IT spending

Roy Harris | Oct. 7, 2011
Economic pressures on companies to cut spending aren't impacting information technology outlays severely, according to a new survey that shows half of U.S. companies planning to boost IT spending in 2012. Indeed, more than half of those indicate they are aiming for a 5% or more increase.

The report listed cloud implementations as one of the five categories in which companies can improve their spending regimen for IT. The other categories involve using more commercially-developed applications, rather than costlier custom ones; using fresher data for decision-making with real-time tracking; replacing some custom reports with data based on analytical tools; and installing a more sensible about IT training costs.

 

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