Worldwide IT spending has declined over the past two years. Spending this year will total US$3.4 trillion, a 0.3% decline from 2015, but there will be a return to solid growth in 2017, according to the latest market report from Gartner.
Gartner expects that by 2020 "Cloud Shift" will "affect more than US$1 trillion in IT spending" with important must-do actions for IT asset managers.
Australian IT spending forecasts for 2016 have been revised upwards from $79.9 billion to $83.3 billion by analyst firm Gartner due to currency fluctuations, demonstrating the strength of growth in the market compared to the continuing flat spending forecast globally.
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