Top-performing companies, on average, spend a much greater share of their IT budgets on digital initiatives than government organizations, according to a global survey of CIOs by Gartner Inc.

According to the new study, leading corporations spend as much as 33 percent of their IT budgets on digital efforts, while that number drops to 21 percent for government agencies. Looking ahead to 2018, top-performing organizations anticipate spending 43 percent of their IT budgets on digitalization, compared with 28 percent for government CIOs, the firm said.

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