Just like music hits, the surveys offering forecasts on information technology spending just keep on coming.

This time the soothsayer is the Aberdeen Group which projects that U.S. spending on IT will grow from $462 billion in 2001 to $640 billion by 2005. Overall, the North American market accounts for 41 percent of global IT spending, which is expected to drop to 39 percent by 2005.

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