IT spending

Australian and New Zealand businesses are planning for up to three years of COVID disruption. That’s a key finding from the   2020 Beyond Disruption Business Pulse study released by  DXC Technology this morning and Telsyte. The researchers sought the views of  600 Australian and New Zealand business leaders including CEOs, COOs, managers,

Technology spend in Australia is forecast to total $93.7 billion this year, a 3 per cent increase from 2018. The growth will continue, with the figure expected to hit $98 billion by 2020, an increase of 4.6 per cent.  The figures are contained in Gartner’s global IT spending data, which

Compliance, regulation

Spending on regtech platforms will exceed $115 billion by 2023, up from an estimated $18 billion in 2018. The figures are contained in a new report for Juniper Research. The research found that increased regulatory pressures, as demonstrated by the recent GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) implementation, are driving businesses

Australian organisations are tipped to spend more than A$83.1 billion on technology this year, an increase of 3.7 per cent from 2016 and above the global average, according to Gartner. Worldwide IT spending is projected to total US$3.5 trillion in 2017, a 2.4 per cent increase from 2016, according to

Australian IT spending is forecast to reach almost A$87 billion in 2017, an increase of 3.5 per cent from 2016, according to figures from Gartner. Worldwide IT spending is projected to total US$3.5 trillion in 2017, a 1.4 per cent increase from 2016, according to Gartner. This growth rate is

, a 2.7 per cent increase which is lower than the analysts’ earlier prediction of 3 per cent. “2017 was poised to be a rebound year in IT spending. Some major trends have converged, including cloud, blockchain, digital business and artificial intelligence. Normally, this would have pushed IT spending much