End-user spending will decline for the first time despite a rise in global device shipments, according to a new report. The worrying new trend is a reflection of changing market conditions in various geographic regions.
Australia and New Zealand standout in a positive light as worldwide IT spending is forecast to total $3.54 trillion dollars in 2016, just a 0.6% increase over spending of $3.52 trillion dollars in 2015.
The business year in 2015 ended on a sour note for PC vendors, with global shipments of PCs declining by 8% over 2014, and there’s little comfort for vendors from the forecast for this year.
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