Connected News: Digital investment on the up

Investment in new technology is growing at a faster rate than at any time since 2006.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
8th June, 2014
Sonya Curley, managing director of Harvey Nash in Ireland.

Investment in new technology is growing at a faster rate than at any time since 2006, but digital skills shortages still pose a threat, according to new research by Harvey Nash.

The global survey of chief information officers found that 46 per cent of businesses had increased investment in digital technology over the past 12 months. IT projects that are seen as investments rather than cost-saving measures are prioritised by 63 per cent of those surveyed.

The study also...

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