Automation has emerged as the number one top new initiative planned this year among IT leaders, and a major reason could be to offset restricted budgets and limited hiring power.
By a significant margin, IT leaders say they have the greatest confidence in their ability to manage, automation projects (cited by 57 percent) versus five other new technology initiatives surveyed by TEKsystems, the IT staffing and services arm of Allegis Group.
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