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  • Report US Tech Budget Outlooks In A COVID-19 Recession

    A Best-Case Scenario Of A 5% Drop In Tech Spending In 2020 And An Alternative Scenario With Declines Of 9% In 2020 And 5% In 2021
    April 9, 2020 | Andrew Bartels

    CIOs and tech vendors in the US are facing an uncertain and rapidly deteriorating economic outlook as a result of efforts to contain the COVID-19 virus and its life- and health-threatening impacts....

  • Report 2020 To 2021 US Tech Budgets: The Industry Outlook

    CIOs Should Tighten Their 2020 To 2021 Tech Budgets Based On Slowing But Still Positive US Economic Growth
    March 3, 2020 | Andrew Bartels

    The US tech budget outlook for 2020 and 2021 is getting darker, but growth will still be positive with a low risk of an actual downturn. In this report, we provide our 2020 to 2021 forecasts for...

  • Report US Tech Market Outlook For 2019 To 2020

    Slowing Economic Growth And Rising Cloud Will Squeeze CIO Options
    August 20, 2019 | Andrew Bartels

    US CIOs and other tech decision makers will face a more challenging economic environment in 2019 and 2020 as the growth surge in 2018 from the 2017 tax act fades away. While recession remains a...

  • Report 2019 US Tech Budgets: Industry Outlook

    CIOs Should Make Their 2019 Plans With A Solid Understanding Of What's Going On In Their Industry
    February 6, 2019 | Andrew Bartels

    The US tech budget outlook for 2019 is generally positive, with projected growth of 6.1% only slightly slower than its 2018 growth. But in that broad picture, different industries will face very...

  • Report 2019 US Tech Talent Market Outlook

    Low Unemployment And Rising Wages Present New Challenges For CIOs
    January 28, 2019 | Andrew Bartels, Nate Meneer

    Low unemployment and accelerating wages across the US economy are resulting in a shortage of workers and a surplus of jobs. While these overall labor market trends are affecting the market for tech...