The disastrous events of September 11 will cause corporate spending on information technology to go flat in the fourth quarter, but the future looks brighter, suggests a new research brief from the Aberdeen Group.
Aberdeen projects that technology spending will dip by as much as 12 percent in the fourth quarter and could grow between five percent and seven percent in 2002.
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