CIOs Should Plan for a Second Recession

Monday Jul 26th 2010 by Staff

Research firm recommends enterprises develop a list of IT projects that could be canceled or put on hold.

Computerworld: Analysts at market research firm Gartner are recommending that CIOs make a list of projects that could be canceled or put on hold if the economy worsens again. "In 2008, most CIOs were forgiven for being unprepared to deal with the global recession, but if another recession unfolds in the next 12 to 18 months, no CIO will be forgiven for being unprepared a second time," the company said.

The firm has also slightly decreased it's predictions for growth in IT spending this year.

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