December 3, 2007 Timothy Prickett Morgan
It’s that time of the year again. All of the pundits, pollsters, and analysts are trying to pick the brains of IT managers to try to figure out where their budgets are going–up, down, or the same–in 2008. Computer Economics has been tracking systems and storage equipment pricing and IT budget trends since 1990, and has just put out a report that suggests IT budget growth will not be spectacular in the coming year.
The recently released IT budget report is a subset of a larger study from Computer Economics called 2007/2008 IT Spending, Staffing, and Technology Trends, and