Global IT spending to hit $2.7tn by 2020

Tom Wright
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Global IT spending to hit $2.7tn by 2020

Weakened consumer spending on PCs, tablets and smartphones will have a 'dampening effect' on overall IT market

Worldwide revenues for IT products and services are set to surpass $2.7tn (£2tn) by 2020, driven by healthcare, manufacturing and financial services, according to IDC. The increase represents a jump...

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