IT spending by governments around the globe will rise to US$483 billion (A$607 billion) this year, an increase of 5.1% over 2020, the technology analyst company Gartner has forecast.
Gartner expects that by 2020 "Cloud Shift" will "affect more than US$1 trillion in IT spending" with important must-do actions for IT asset managers.
The relative decline of the IT department continues. A growing proportion of IT spend in businesses in Australia is taking place outside the IT department, as end user individuals and departments increasingly run their own show.
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