Spending on technology products and services in Australia is forecast to total $93.7 billion this year - up 3 percent from 2018 - and to grow 4.6 percent to reach almost $98 billion in 2020, in contrast to a global slowdown in IT spending forecast by Gartner.
Technology spending in Australia is forecast to grow 2.3% to reach A$84.5 billion in 2018, as the latest forecasts for global technology spending have been revised upwards by 1.8% to 6.2% – or US$3.7 trillion for 2018.
The digital transformation of business is gathering pace, with 73% of firms worldwide now digitally enabled to some extent. But, newly published research shows that the rapidly changing ICT environment poses big challenges for chief information officers, with many revealing that they now have less control over IT spending than ever before.
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