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January 12, 2010

IT Spending to Recover This Year, Forrester Says

Lance Whitney

IT spending worldwide will reboot in 2010, rising 8.1 percent after last year’s 8.9 percent freefall, Forrester Research predicts in a report released Tuesday. Businesses and governments are expected to spend $1.6 trillion on information technology throughout 2010, Forrester predicts. In the U.S. alone, IT spending is likely to grow 6.6 percent this year to $568 billion after last year’s drop of 8.2 percent.

Full story at CNET News