Governments globally will spend more than $500bn on IT this year - Gartner

The analyst claims XaaS will emerge as new area of investments as governments scale digital transformation initiatives

Kelsey Rees
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Governments globally will spend more than $500bn on IT this year - Gartner

Global government IT spending is predicted to total $565.7bn (€539.5bn) in 2022, an uptick of five per cent from 2021, according to research from Gartner. Spending is forecast to increase across...

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