IT spend will adapt to work with lower budgets, says IDC survey

25 Jul 2012 | Uncategorized

According to IDC's "Continuum" End-User Survey 2012, conducted among IT decision makers in the Asia/Pacific excluding Japan region, 25% of the respondents indicated that dealing with lower/reduced budget was their top IT priority over the next 12 months. Another 18% stated aligning IT to changing business landscape was their top priority, while 12% said their top priority was building better tools that help management make better business decisions.


The IT decision makers surveyed in the region said they expected an increase in IT spending in the following IT Trends in the region: Virtualization and Automation driven needs (39%), Big Data/Analytics (34%), Mobility related (34%) and Datacenter expansion (34%). To support the IT trends growth, respondents also expected hardware related spends to form a large chunk of the IT spends.

Also, the adoption of media tablets in organizations has increased. 22% of respondents showed intention to procure tablets within the next 12 months as opposed to only 12% in 2011.
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