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Outlook For 2006

What does 2006 hold for your organization? InformationWeek Research provides an early look of what's on tap for 2006 in its Outlook for 2006 study, part of our quarterly Priorities research. Business-technology professionals are hesitant about the economy and business prospects for the coming year as economic indicators stall in 4Q 2005. Business and technology priorities, IT spending plans, and IT hiring plans are documented in this 12-page report.

Key report areas include:

  • IT budget allocations
  • Business priorities
  • Technology and product plans
  • IT Hiring Plans

Responses are trended with previous InformationWeek Research Outlook and Priorities studies to reveal changing IT and business practices. The study also features InformationWeek's IT Confidence Index which measures and tracks the business outlook of professionals who control or influence their organization's IT spending.

This annual study allows your organization to benchmark its 2006 IT budgeting and technology plans.

Pages: 12
Charts: 28

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