"While still positive, the growth rate is slowing from the rate of improvement over the previous four years," say the researchers. "Yet our outlook study also finds that IT capital spending appears ready to stage a comeback from its recessionary doldrums." Yes, but the dynamics at work behind that comeback staging is a little peculiar.
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