Forrsights: Cautious Optimism In 2012 IT Spending Plans
Our Q4 2011 IT Budget Survey Finds Mobile The Top Priority
May 8, 2012
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Forrester's Forrsights Budgets And Priorities Tracker Survey, Q4 2011, provides insight on the 2012 tech buying plans and practices of more than 3,700 IT executives and technology decision-makers at enterprises and small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) in the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Forrsights clients have access to the full data set; this report provides a summary of the results. Key findings from this report are that IT budgets are on the rise, that mobile and analytics are attracting the most IT buying, and that mobile and IT consumerization are changing the relationship of IT to business and employees. These general trends play out differently across geographies and industries.
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Table of Contents
- Globally, Firms Plan Spending Increases In 2012
- Global Spend Increases Will Focus On Mobile And Analytics In 2012
- Mobile And Consumerization Trends Change The Tech Buying Model
- CIOs: Stay On Top Of The Changes
- Supplemental Material
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