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Posted:  13 Dec 2012
Published:  13 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  14  Page(s)
Type:  IT Briefing
Language:  English


This global study shows CIOs expect total IT expenditure to increase by only 1.8 per cent, and roughly 50 per cent less than they did in 2012.


Operational expenditure will rise to 70 per cent of budgets in 2013  while capital expenditure growth will stay flat.


The IT Budget Benchmark Report is based on CIO forecasts in more than 180 companies across the globe, representing over £32 billion in IT spending.



  • IT capital and operational spending forcasts
  • Operational spending by industry
  • Mandatory v Discretionary spending
  • IT spending priorities
  • Information and collaboration spending
  • Mobile application spending plans
  • Cloud spending plans 


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