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Gartner: Enterprise IT spend cools in 2012
Recession to hurt enterprise IT spending.
Oct 18 2011 6:57AM
IT industry braces for more market turmoil
Can the industry weather another financial crisis?
Aug 10 2011 7:29AM
Infosec pros advised to show their worth to bean counters
Information security professionals must convince budget bosses that they can't operate on a shoestring for much longer.
Jan 31 2011 12:01PM
Survey: IT contractors healthy, wealthy and generous
Monash says IT people are open hearted, quick witted and adaptable.
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Seagate rides waves of choppy recovery
Storage maker is bullish about the economy, cloud.
Jan 21 2010 2:31PM
One in three workers would steal data to help a friend
Global economic downturn increases desperation.
Nov 24 2009 10:16AM
Global recession hurting corporate data security
Reduced spending and increased layoffs having harmful effects.
Aug 11 2009 10:58AM
Recession results in outsourcing inertia
Too hard to change to cheaper provider.
Jun 29 2009 6:00AM
Global recession takes toll on security budgets
Nearly three-quarters of security professionals think the recession has had a somewhat or significant impact on their purchasing of technology, according to new research conducted by security certifications organisation ISC2.
Apr 24 2009 10:31AM
Experts warn of e-commerce meltdown as threats increase
Two-thirds of security and risk professionals believe that the global recession will drive IT professionals out of work and into the online criminal fraternity, according to new research published at the annual e-Crime Congress.
Mar 25 2009 10:21AM
Recession kicks thrifty start-ups into top gear
The brains behind Jamcode are taking a leap of faith, using the worsening economy to plunge full-time into their venture.
Mar 14 2009 1:00AM
Credit crunch means fewer security professionals and growing risks
The gap between security risks and our ability to tackle them is set to rise.
Oct 29 2008 10:20AM
Credit crunch to force revamp of legacy systems
With IT budgets being squeezed many companies will be forced to think about improving the security of their legacy systems, Benjamin Jun, told at the RSA Conference Europe 2008.
Oct 28 2008 10:10AM
As stock markets fall, rogue anti-virus software rises
A combination of the consolidating financial services space and fear over the stock market plunge has prompted malware writers to shift their tactics.
Oct 23 2008 10:09AM
Economic effects on IT strong but mixed, IDC predicts
Hardware will be the main casualty of the Australian economic downturn, while IT services will have most to gain, recent research from IDC predicts.
Oct 17 2008 11:36AM
Economic woes fueling spam malware
The crisis on Wall Street is contributing to the largest rise in email-borne malware since February 2007.
Oct 8 2008 9:43AM
IT survives US economic downturn, for now
Latest figures shows that the IT industry has been surprisingly immune to the US economic slowdown. But analysts warn that this immunity won’t last.
Sep 25 2008 3:33PM
Global mobile sales 'immune to recession'
Predictions of a global economic slowdown have prompted Gartner to suggest that the smart money will be going into mobile phones..
Feb 29 2008 7:22AM
Don't count on China: Gartner
Market researcher Gartner has warned IT enterprises away from dependency on Chinese products and services if Sino-Japanese relations continue to crumble.
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