CIOs shift spending to automation amid talent war - Gartner

The analyst house sees global IT spend on the rise but does not view generative AI as significantly impacting spending levels yet

Kelsey Rees
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CIOs shift spending to automation amid talent war - Gartner

Chief information officers are switching strategies and focusing IT spend on automation to drive growth at scale with fewer employees. That is according to Gartner, which claims CIOs continue to...

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