Worldwide dollar-valued IT spending growth in 2017 has been revised to 2.4%, up from last quarter's 1.4%, constant currency grow is unchanged at 3.3%. This document, aimed at technology strategic planners, discusses the key highlights and associated assumptions for the fourth-quarter forecast.
- Companion Documents
- Elevated U.S. Dollar Will Continue to Depress 2017 Dollar-Valued IT Spending Growth
- Real Versus Nominal Market Growth Distinctions
- Data Center Systems: Consistent Performance, but Weak Overall
- Enterprise Software: Cloud Adoption Drives Spending Growth
- Devices: Capabilities Are in Evolution Mode
- IT Services: Digital Business Opportunities Not Being Fully Exploited
- Consumer Communications Services: Streaming Live TV Increases Consumer Spending
- Enterprise Communications Services: Significant Updates Change History — Internet Share of Outbound Traffic Grows in Future
- Macroeconomic Factors
- U.S. Dollar Will Remain Strong Against Most Currencies in 2017
- Data Center Systems
- Enterprise Software
- IT Services
- Consumer Communications
- Enterprise Communications
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