Worldwide dollar-valued IT spending growth in 2018 is revised to 6.2%, up 1.8% from last quarter, but constant-currency growth is virtually unchanged at 3.0%, making currency tailwinds key in 2018 revisions. This research for technology strategic planners discusses key highlights and assumptions.
- Companion Documents
- Data Center Systems: Strong End to 2017 and Positive Demand Improve Near-Term Outlook
- Enterprise Software: Enterprise Applications Driving Growth
- Application Software
- Infrastructure Software
- Devices: Prices Up and Units Down
- IT Services: Revenue Cannibalization From Intelligent Automation Services Can Be Managed by IT Services Providers
- Communications Services: Moves to Annual Updates
- Data Center Systems
- Enterprise Network Equipment
- Application Requirement
- Enterprise Software
- Modern BI Platforms
- Operating Systems
- Server Virtualization Buyer Behavior
- IT Services
- Consumer Communications
- Enterprise Communications
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