Small and medium-sized businesses form a critical segment of the United States economy, making up 99.7% of the six million employer firms and creating more than half the nonfarm private GDP (according to the Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration). These firms have limited access to capital, but they often prioritize technology spending as a way to elevate their capabilities. The data from CompTIA’s 3rd Small and Medium Business Technology Adoption Trends study gives insight into successfully navigating the SMB IT purchase process. This four-part study examines the trends in technology usage among U.S. SMBs, including device usage, budget plans and familiarity with emerging technologies.
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