Gartner predicts that global IT spending will rise this year and cloud services will increase by four times. International report on July 1: Despite the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March this year, why did market research make this research continue for 20 years? According to Wang Xianhong, Gartner expects the global IT expenditure to increase by 7.1% this year, and the growth rate of cloud service expenditure is four times that of the industry
gartner re estimated the global IT expenditure expectation on June 30, higher than the 5.6% expected in the first quarter. This shows that the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March this year will have some impact on the scientific and technological community, but the overall impact is not as bad as some people estimated
on June 21, market research companies Gartner and IHS iSuppli released an independent report, both of which believed that the impact of the earthquake and tsunami was not as bad as expected
related introduction to the use steps of IHS ISU metallographic microscope and the calibration steps of the equipment Dale Ford, senior vice president of PPLI, issued a statement after the release of the report, saying: "due to the strong global electronic supply chain, the semiconductor industry will grow steadily in 2011. Neither the earthquake in Japan nor the weak economic environment can stop the market expansion."
Richard Gordon, an analyst at Gartner, said in a statement: "compact structure: modular interface design. The Japanese earthquake and tsunami have not had a significant impact on global IT spending. In 2011, it spending in Japan is expected to decrease, but there will be an increasing trend in the second half of this year, which will continue until 2012."
Gartner predicts that it expenditure in 2011 will increase from $3.4 trillion in 2010 to $3.7 trillion, of which the expenditure in hardware and computing increased by 11.7% to $419billion; Public cloud service expenditure will grow the fastest, from $74billion in 2010 to $177billion. The growth of cloud service market is four times that of overall it expenditure
gerton pointed out: "cloud service is a major development trend. The expenditure of software as a service (SaaS) currently accounts for 10% of the expenditure of enterprise application software; in 2015, its share is expected to increase to nearly 15%, and the annual expenditure will exceed $20billion for the next experiment."According to Gartner expenditure report, enterprise software sales will increase by 9.5% to $268billion this year; It services will increase by 6.6% to US $846billion; Telecommunication technology expenditure will reach US $2.1 trillion, an increase of 6.9% over 2010. CNET technology information ()