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Evolving IT Priorities 3Q

As IT confidence dips in the third quarter of 2005, business-technology managers are feeling uncertain about the U.S. economy and industry prospects. How will this impact business and technology initiatives for the remainder of the year? Will IT spending remain level, or will companies freeze budgets in anticipation of a downturn? Learn what 300 companies plan to do in the coming quarter in this 9-page report.

Key report areas include:

  • IT budget allocations
  • Business priorities
  • Technology and product plans
  • Budgeting strategies

The study features InformationWeek's IT Confidence Index which measures and tracks the business outlook of professionals who control or influence their organization's IT spending.

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