CIOs predict IT spending to increase

By CIO.com Staff, CIO |  IT Management, insider, IT spending

More than half of CIOs (53%) plan increases to their overall IT budget in 2014, according to CIO.com's most recent Tech Poll conducted in November 2013 among more than 200 top IT executives.

This figure is up from 48% in a similar poll conducted at the beginning of 2013 but is relatively consistent with the 51% reported roughly a year ago.

CIOs, on average, predict overall budget increases of 5.2%, down slightly from 5.9% in the February, 2013 poll but up from the 3.9% reported in the fall of last year.

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