Don't Look For A Second Half Recovery

from the keep-on-waiting dept

Some software execs are saying they don’t buy the predictions that corporate IT spending will recover in the second half of 2002. They say that most companies have set their budgets for the year, and are unlikely to adjust them just yet. If anything, growth is expected to come from Asia, and hopefully next year corporate technology budgets will begin to free up.

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