International Technology Adoption and Workforce Issues

CompTIA’s International Technology Adoption and Workforce Issues study finds that while the global economy remains fragile, the information technology sector is on track to out-perform. Businesses in several countries project solid increases in IT spending, while 4 in 10 businesses expect to hire new IT staff over the next 12 months.

This international study is the result of a survey of more than 1,250 business and IT executives in countries around the world, some with mature economies and others, maturing. The research shows that the large majority of businesses are interested in improving their utilization of IT, as just 15 percent say they are “exactly where they want to be.” Respondents also agree that technology will be vital to achieving strategic priorities, which include reaching new customers; improving staff productivity and capabilities, reducing costs and overhead; and innovating more effectively. Discover the top technology priorities for the next 12 months when you read this study.

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