Mobile, BI and Cloud Drive Increased IT Spending

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CIO Tech Priorities research shows that top IT decision-makers plan to increase spending over the next 12 months. The largest chunk is expected to go to mobile technology, cloud computing services, and business intelligence and analytics. CIOs offer their insight into the findings. (Download the full report.)

The latest CIO Magazine Tech Poll/Tech Priorities survey indicates that IT budgets will rise over the next 12 months and investment in mobile technology will garner the largest chunk of increasing IT budgets. IT executives are also targeting spending initiatives on cloud computing services and business intelligence and analytics (BI&A) among their top three areas of interest.

According to the latest CIO surveyalmost half, or 48 percent, of 269 top IT decision-makers report that IT spending will increase over the next year, 39 percent expect budgets to remain flat, and 13 percent anticipate IT budget cuts.

These figures align closely with a similar survey taken six months prior, in January 2012, when 46 percent of respondents reported increased spending, 38 percent said budgets would remain flat, and 16 percent reported less spending.

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