While Most (71%) Businesses Use Technology to Drive Revenue and Stay Competitive, Six in Ten (62%) Say Their IT Staff is Expected to do More With Less in this Economic Downturn

One in Three (31%) Are Investing Fewer Resources into Upgrades and New Technologies, But Most Are Staying the Course (59%) or Investing More Resources (10%)

Monday, March 02, 2009

Toronto, ON — It appears that the economic downturn is putting a strain on many IT departments across the country, with a new Ipsos Reid poll of business managers and executives conducted on behalf of Microsoft indicating that six in ten (62%) ‘agree’ (19% strongly/43% somewhat) that their IT staff is ‘expected to do more...

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While Most (71%) Businesses Use Technology to Drive Revenue and Stay Competitive, Six in Ten (62%) Say Their IT Staff is Expected to do More With Less in this Economic Downturn

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