Most CIOs Planning to Boost IT Investments for 2013

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A majority (albeit by the slightest of margins) of IT leaders say they plan to increase their IT budgets in the coming year, according to a recent survey of 188 top IT executives.

Fifty-one percent of IT leaders plan to increase their IT budgets in the coming year, according to a recent survey of 188 top IT executives conducted recently by CIO magazine.

This figure is up slightly from 47 percent reported in April, 2012 and fairly consistent with levels reported prior to August 2011 when economic events such as the downgrading of the U.S. bond rating and European economic instability caused some IT leaders to pull in spending.

CIOs Planning to Boost IT Investments for 2013
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