February 10, 2011 – New research from IDC shows that last year’s global expenditure on information technology grew by 8 percent year over year to more than $1.5 trillion, the fastest rate of growth since 2007.

According to the new IDC Worldwide Black Book, the surge was driven by pent-up demand for hardware upgrades and infrastructure investment after the financial crisis and global recession of 2009.

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