Byte and Switch – Companies will continue to need lots of compliance help in 2006. AMR Research estimates that companies will spend $6 billion on complying with Sarbanes-Oxley Act requirements next year. Internal staff still sucks up the bulk of SOX expenditures, but AMR says that companies are spending a lot of new technology.
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