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10 Things To Know About Gartner's 2015 IT Spending Outlook

IT spending in 2015 is expected to grow 2.4 percent to $3.83 billion, with commodification in the smartphone market and cloud competition in the data center and software markets holding prices down.

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9. Software Struggles Expected To Hamper Services Business

Weaker-than-expected enterprise software sales have prompted Gartner to scale back its 2015 IT services growth projections from 4.1 percent to 2.5 percent, or $981 billion. Expected reductions in software support services throughout the globe contributed disproportionately to the lowering of the overall IT spending forecast through 2018. Declining economic conditions and political uncertainty in Russia and Brazil are expected to cause a short-term dip in IT services spending.

 
 
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