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Where To Adjust Tech Budgets In The Pandemic Recession

Our Checklist For Where Companies With Different Degrees Of Stress Should Look For Tech Savings And Investment Opportunities

May 19, 2020

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Businesses around the world are facing the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s. CIOs and their business partners will be expected to make bigger cuts to tech budgets than they have ever faced in the past. But not all firms face the same dire prospects. While some will struggle for survival, others will face the challenge of cutting in some areas but preserving or expanding in others. And some will have the financial resources and/or increased demand to expand tech budgets. To help companies in each of these situations, Forrester analysts have identified strategies for where and how much to cut (or expand) every part of your tech budget.

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Table of Contents

  • CIOs Face Unprecedented Demands To Cut Tech Spending
  • Where To Adjust Your Tech Budget For The Balance Of 2020
  • Recommendations

  • Have Contingency Plans To Adapt To Changing Modes
  • Supplemental Material
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