IT Forecast 2017

| February 20, 2017

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Looking ahead to 2017, the IT industry is collectively picking its foot up and taking a step forward, with an optimistic yet cautious outlook about technology in the upcoming year. Overall, IT leaders are reporting a rebound from last year, with increased funding and a push for IT to support the growth of their organizations. New development will see a more hands-on approach, while IT leaders continue their efforts in aligning their priorities and goals with that of the business. And as always, the search for exceptional IT talent continues to be challenging across IT skill sets.

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