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Evolving IT Priorities: 3Q 2003

Economic indicators are ticking up again. Will this translate into looser purse strings for IT budgets? Will IT initiatives, long on hold, finally move forward?

InformationWeek Research's Evolving IT Priorities: 3Q 2003 research provides a look at IT budget plans and spending priorities. This quarterly study of 300 business-technology executives also features InformationWeek's IT Confidence Index, tracking five key areas that can impact purchases: a macro-economic view, industry outlooks, business prospects, IT budgets and IT project starts. The report also outlines key business and technology initiatives for the rest of 2003.

Use this report to evaluate where your organization currently stands regarding key business and technology priorities. In addition, use this report to begin the budgeting process for 2004.

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