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    Europe may be a mess, the United States is having a slow recovery, and China is losing steam, but information technology is doing well. Researchers at Gartner project an increase greater than they forecast last quarter, led by cloud computing and new kinds of devices.
    July 9, 2012

    Information Technology Spending to Hit $3.6 Trillion in 2012, Report Says

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    • digitalNow

      Over all, people will spend $3.6 trillion on information technology in 2012, the research firm said. This represents a 3 percent increase from 2011, when $3.5 trillion was spent, Gartner said, and is up from the 2.5 percent increase projected three months ago.

    • Elizabeth Houston - Digital/Social Media

      Information Technology Spending to Hit $3.6 Trillion in 2012, Report Says @NYTimes #IT What an amazing stat & to see how the cloud is affecting biz.

    • Forsythe Technology

      [Article] Information Technology Spending to Hit $3.6 Trillion in 2012, Report Says | New York Times | #information, #technology, #IT, #spend, #money, #article

    • Lynn Scarborough

      Information Technology Spending to Hit $3.6 Trillion in 2012, Report Says - NYTimes.com

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