December 20, 2010 – As 2011 nears, a new study is calling for modest increases in spending on IT, but the one area that has been hit hardest — employment — apparently will remain unchanged.

According to Computer Economics (CE), IT spending will continue to be “restrained,” in the new year, “and IT executives will continue to be asked to deliver more with less.” The researcher adds, however, that organizations “are also receiving the go-ahead to take risks with projects that promise long-term improvements in the ability of IT to support new business initiatives.”

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