IT spending has not deviated proportionally from overall corporate spending as the economy slows, according to new research.
Analyst Giga, which has surveyed its 1300 clients in recent months, has found that little of the global slowdown in spending is IT specific.
Will Cappelli, director at Giga, said: "Clients' budgets have been reduced, but in line with overall figures. Although the current recession may be somewhat IT-led, budgets have not been affected more so than general corporate expenditure. As overall spending picks up, so will IT spending in line."
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