Thirty-Nine Percent of IT Pros Report an Increase in Their IT Budgets for 2012, According to New InformationWeek Reports Research

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55% say this increase is between 1% and 9%

SAN FRANCISCO — InformationWeek Reports (http://reports.informationweek.com), a service provider for peer-based IT research and analysis, released the 2012 IT Spending Priorities Survey, a new report featuring results from InformationWeek’s recent poll on IT projects and budgets. The report helps IT professionals identify funding strategies for technology initiatives and offers guidance in balancing IT and business priorities. More than 450 business technology professionals responded to the survey.

Research summary: The 453 respondents to InformationWeek’s 2012 IT Spending Priorities Survey identify improving security and increasing server virtualization as their top two projects for 2012, with enterprise social media dead last. This reveals an obvious focus on operational concerns, sometimes at the expense of embracing transformative technologies.

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