Irish firms to invest increasingly in IT as a service
35% of company expenditure on IT will go towards IT as a service
New research by Deloitte has found that IT as a service will account for 35 per cent of overall IT spend by Irish firms by the end of 2018.
The consulting firm predicts that, by the end of 2018, spending on IT as a service for datacentres, software and services will reach in excess of €520 billion worldwide, up from €344 billion in 2016. Deloitte expects this shift will begin to transform how the IT industry markets,...
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