Monday, November 21, 2005

Security still top spending priority

A recent survey of 100 US IT executives predicts that IT spending will decrease slightly in 2006 as more businesses worry about global economic conditions, but security software and enterprise IT upgrades remain top concerns, according to Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Security software has been a long-running priority among the executives on Goldman's survey panel, and nothing has changed that mindset based on the current results. Spending on antivirus products has eased up after a flurry of activity, but chief information officers (CIOs) continue to focus on improving security in areas like identity management and regulatory compliance, the survey said.

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